After spending two years at Blackpool College of Art, Stephanie Sandercock spent her twenties working between Tokyo and London. A musician and songwriter, she released three albums in her thirties under her maiden name 'Stephanie Kirkham'. Moving from Lancashire to Cornwall in 2014, she married and began painting full-time.
Inspired by the rock faces of west Cornwall, she creates 3-D works and paintings which corporate different types of plaster such as Italian limestone and marble, and sometimes mica, which catches the light and flashes like a seam of quartz. She also uses found broken pottery from the streams and ploughed fields around Godolphin.
Painting in acrylic, mixed media, sculpture
2016: Gwithian Rocks, Penwith Gallery, St Ives (Aug)
2018: From Godolphin to the Sea, Penwith Gallery, St Ives (15 Dec-5 Jan)
2019: Open Studios Cornwall
2019: STISA Christmas Open Exhibition (16 Nov-2 Jan)