Delpha interprets and translates artistic meanings in various formats, working with arts organisations to facilitate creative behaviours - for people of all ages.  There are several interesting entries for her on the web, related to her 'free-lance artist projects' and her abilities to teach in the creative context. Much of her work relates to a concentrated interest in 'the feminine' and what women value in terms of philosophy as well as objects. She is linked with KEAP, the Kernow Education Arts Partnership, and participates in various exhibitions and shows. Her work for the Art Now Cornwall exhibition at the Tate St Ives survey show of 2007 was about Barbara Hepworth, and the 'Miss-readings' of the sculptor's work and person, conducted as a tour around the Hepworth Museum as part of an artist performance.

Delpha is an engaging personality who is a great pleasure to meet: she exudes enthusiasm and positivity. This also comes through in her work. She works also as one-half of the arts partnership

Her work, entitled I is mentioned by Ruhrmund in his 2011 review of the NSA exhibition, 'Uncharted Landscapes', held at the Mariners Chapel, St Ives.


Visual and installation artist, multi-media, video, archival work, performance, teacher

works and access

Small illustration on NSA Membership list:

Works incl: I (2011)


2007: Selected for Art Now Cornwall Exhibition, Tate St Ives 3 Feb-13 May

2023: CAMP Under/Over, G12 Gallery, Krowji, Redruth (7-22 Oct)


NSA 2009 list; 2011 list


Art Surgery


Cornishman (11 Aug 2011) 'When two societies collide', p33, by F Ruhrmund