Lesa’s love for horses and dogs started from a very young age. With no formal training, but with a huge passion for art, her talent for capturing animals on paper developed later in life.
Lesa and her family live in the Blackdown Hills in Devon. Creating portraits from within her home studio, she finds producing the images of her clients special pets so rewarding.
Lesa prefers to meet and photograph the pets at their home as they are more relaxed, however it is not always possible, so a commission can be produced from a quality photograph.
Event Type: Exhibition
Disciplines: Mixed Media
Parish: Waterrow and Chipstable
Visit the Festival from 11th-19th September 2021
Remembering the 2019 Festival, what a blast we all had!
The Festival including the Street Market and Carnival returns this September 2021.
Address of venue:
Waterrow and Chipstable Village Hall
Directions: From Wiveliscombe follow B3227 in direction of Bampton. At Rock Inn turn right. Village Hall is 200m on left.
Venue contact: Heather Rabbage
Phone: 07581 413934
Disabled Access: Full Disabled Access from side entrance
Toilets: Toilets with disabled access
Dogs: Dogs allowed
Refreshments: Tea, coffee and biscuits
Parking: Roadside Parking
Exhibiting at this venue: Tommy Acock (Handcrafted Bags), John Howells (Photography), Lesa Morley (Painting and Drawing), Heather Rabbage (Weaver & Spinner), Kay Waite (Ceramics). Jan Tillett (Textile Artist)