Terri Hogan is a painter of landscapes and seascapes and the effects that the weather has upon them. Her work takes her to the rugged, untamed coastline of the Penwith and the Lizard in Cornwall, with their huge expanses of sky, sea and land. Walking the cliffs is central to Terri's practice; she works directly from the cliff tops and beaches that she encounters, making drawings and observations in her sketchbooks. Terri strives to capture a sense of place and so sights, sounds, changing light and weather are recorded. These experiences that impinge upon her consciousness, be it the land, the sea, the changing light and weather, mewing buzzards high in the sky or choughs dancing on the fringes of a cliff become majorly influential in the completed paintings.