He lived at The Fort, Newquay, contributing to a number of STISA shows. In 1937 he exhibited three paintings at the NAG Exhibition.
Francis Fairfax Ivimey and his wife, Julia Beatrice IVIMEY, had been at The Fort some six years when he purchased the cannon from the Quay Yard and placed it in his own grounds in 1906. The Quay Yard closed that year with the death of Thomas Clemens II, grandson and namesake of the founder of the local Shipbuilding family.
A self-taught painter in watercolours who exhibited in London and Paris from 1893, when her sending-in address was Richmond Hill, Richmond, Surrey. From 1904 this changed to Newquay, Cornwall. In 1912 she was elected to the Royal Institute of Painters in Water-Colour (RI), where she exhibited 22 paintings. She also showed work at the RA and Liverpool amongst other venues.
A painting by her of a woman in the role of Carmen displeased Ezra Pound in April 1918 (Mod Journals Project). She was the wife of Francis Fairfax IVIMEY, exhibiting at NAG at the same time in 1937.
Mrs Izard was a student at the FORBES SCHOOL in 1937, and later at Leonard John FULLER's St Ives School of Painting. She specialised in flower paintings and portraits.
She exhibited at the summer exhibition of STISA in 1956, with the titles Tulips and Freesia. She lived at Moor Cottage, Rosewall, St Ives.