Canonteign Falls, a stunning natural attraction on the edge of Dartmoor, reopened recently just in time for Easter and is now unveiling an exhibition of work from local artist, Rachel Z Garner at the Canonteign Kitchen.

Rachel’s artistic journey is characterised with layering, light and subtle texturing. Though experimentation with varnish, oil and resin, she has cultivated an abstract style that draws inspiration from the majestic British coastline and Devon’s rugged moors. You can see Rachel’s captivating art at the Canonteign Kitchen, where they are available to view and purchase until 16th June 2024.

For art enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, this collaboration promises an enriching experience that celebrates the beauty of Devon’s landscapes and the talent of its local artists.

Canonteign Falls is home to the highest waterfall in Dartmoor National Park and features 90 acres of park and woodland, offering walks and activities for all ages and abilities. The Canonteign Kitchen serves exceptional homemade food which champions local produce, as well as local artists.

Fancy picking up some art to remind you of your day out at Canonteign Falls? Rachel Garner’s art is available to purchase until 16th June.


Header image - Rachel's rendition of Teignmouth and Shaldon 

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