Tomorrow I travel over to Guernsey, and on to the beautiful island of Lihou, the most westerly point in the Channel Islands with a group of eight artists from the Sarnia Arts Group who are based in Guernsey. Lihou was recognised as a ‘site of Nature Conservation Importance’ in 1989, and purchased by The States of Guernsey in 1995. Like Sark, Lihou is also abundant in bird and marine life and is an unspoiled site for nesting birds and many interesting and rare plants. I will be teaching and sketching on the island tomorrow and then staying overnight, the results of which will be posted here on my return.
Posted by: rosanneguille | June 16, 2010
Sarnia Arts visit to Lihou
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