Terri Hogan's inspiration comes from many sources, all related to the natural environment, and in particular that of the sea and landscape on the Penwith in Cornwall.
The paintings are an exploration of seascape and the related landscape through the use of mixed media. They are about the ocean, rocks, sand and earth - the essential things that the world is made of. Her work investigates the interaction of the elements upon this environment and also allows her to chronicle the resultant subtle changes.
Future works will include the physical influence of early mankind upon the earth.