Saturday, 28 April 2018


This beautiful banner can be found in St Stephen's Church in the heart of Exeter and was made by 'The Perfect Circles' a group of quilters.

Monday, 16 April 2018


This carving originally came from the old Methodist Chapel in Chagford and was rescued from a scip where it had been thrown into during the renovation of the building when it was converted into Helpful Holidays office. So Chagford now has three three hares!

Saturday, 10 February 2018


A new little oil painting of mine, just finished in time for Valentines Day. To see the original do come along to my Three Hares Gallery in Chagford on Dartmoor.

Thursday, 18 January 2018


A new little Hare painting of mine, my first in 2018. It is an oil painting so it is now waiting to dry and be varnished and then framed and hung in my gallery The Three Hares Gallery in Chagford on Dartmoor.

Thursday, 14 December 2017

Three Hares Stained Glass

This is a beautiful new stained glass window by Sadie Covenrty using my Three Hares design she has cleverly converted it to glass for a customer who wanted a green background for it instead of blue and I think it looks really good. If you would like Sadie to make one for you then please look at her website  It was framed by my husband.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017


The Bridford Inn has a lovely new sign using the Three Hares as there is one carved in the church in Bridford. We had an excellent Sunday lunch there with the tastiest lamb ever!

Monday, 18 September 2017

CHAGFORD Three Hares Logo

This watercolour of the Three Hares shows one hare made out of wood to represent the wooden church bosses that we have in Chagford. One hare made of tin to represent the 'Tinners Rabbits' of Chagford and the third hare made of granite to represent Chagford today. The poem I have written around it reads:-
Once Tinners Rabbits
Now hares of granite
Their meaning a mystery
Obscured by history
Some carved in wood
Some made of clay
Some easy to find
Others hidden away
The three hares of Chagford
Are there to be found
Ears joined together
Going round and around.