Anne-Cecile de Bruyne spent childhood holidays on the Lizard Peninsula. She studied art in Florence and was a student at Chelsea Art School in the early 1960s. She lives in Cadgwith with her husband, the artist Peter FLUCK and, having raised a family, is able to devote more time nowadays to painting abstracts in acrylics, inspired by the dramatic coastline of the Lizard Peninsula.
Painting in acrylics
2017: Imagine Falmouth, Falmouth Art Gallery (11 Nov-20 Jan)
Cornwall Today (Nov. 2014) 'The Right Attitude' by Alex Wade