I wanted to reblog tis post from SGFA Journal that show cases the work of Peter Baker. I am so impressed by the pen and ink drawing. I have never seen anything quite like it using what I had thought to be a fairly limited media. It just shows what you can achieve with experimentation, hard works and skill. Beautiful work, very inspiring.
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When Peter Baker moved to the village of Meeth in 2012 he found a muse at the bottom of his garden.
The Tarka Trail — part of the Devon Coast-to-Coast Cycle Route — runs alongside Peter’s new house, and beyond the back garden fence lies the 150-hectare Meeth Quarry Nature Reserve. Two large lakes in the reserve were once massive stone and clay quarries. Its numerous ponds originally allowed china clay to ‘settle’ out…
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