Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Chagford Three Hares Boss

This is a copy in oil paint and gold leaf of the painted wooden Three Hares Boss that is found in the ceiling above the alter in St Michael's Church in Chagford. It can now be seen in my Three Hares Gallery here in Chagford or on my website

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Chagford Three Hares Boss

This is a tiny oil painting I have just done of the wooden Three Hares Boss which can be found in the ceiling of St Michael's Church here in Chagford.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017


We have just been back to visit St Mary's church at Kelly. This is the furthest west on my Three Hares Trail and is such a pretty and remote place. The church is predominately a soft green colour the granite being tinged with lichen and the graveyard is a delight being full of wildflowers with snowdrops and masses of wild dafodills just ready to burst into flower! Inside the church you will see two Three Hare carvings, one a new copy of the ancient wooden boss which has darkened with age so much you will need a torch to see it properly. There are several good walks going off from there passing Kelly House with its ancient brick grannary.

Friday, 3 February 2017


Apart from having two fine examples of carved Three Hares ceiling bosses in St Michael's Church here in Chagford there are also some lovely hand made tapestry kneelers of the image, here is a photo I took of one of them.

Friday, 27 January 2017

Three Hares of St Michaels Church, Chagford.

I have just been into St Michael.s Church in Chagford to see the unusual sight of all the bells down on the ground inside the church. They have just been cleaned and are waiting to be placed back in the bell tower. I took this picture of one of the two Three Hares bosses that are in the beautiful church which is well worth a visit!

Monday, 28 November 2016

Hare Pottery

I now have some of Sue Mills beautiful handmade Hare pottery in my Three Hares Gallery in Chagford, just right for all Hare lovers for Xmas!

Friday, 25 November 2016


This is a new watercolour of mine showing a Red Admiral and Comma Butterfly enjoying the late flowering Ivy which is a very good food sourse for insects later on in the year and helps the ones that over winter here. So, please spare a thought for these before you go chopping down to much Ivy!