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Sunday we visited Scotney Castle, which back in the 1300's was built by the Ashburnham family. 🌷🌷🌷
Of course I'm not an Ashburnham but living here has captured my heart so much that it felt like finding a bit of my family's history.
Do you know what I mean? Has Ashburnham Place captured you in the same way?
Well to be precise, East Sussex.
East Sussex is such a beautiful county which has enticed many artists and writers to make their home among its dramatic coastline and countryside, from the sandy beaches of Camber Sands and the chalky hills and cliffs of the South Downs and the famous Seven Sisters. I feel very rooted to this corner of Britain and made it my home over ten years ago and it is a constant source of joy and inspiration to me and my work.
I have enjoyed compiling a Pinterest board with a few of the photographs I have taken in the county so I can share with you some of places I have visited and love in East Sussex. This board includes links to inpsirational bastions of the arts like the De La Warr Pavilion, Charleston and the less well known Farley House, along with some of the most iconic landmarks of Sussex and the South Downs. With these I have also included some of the artworks inspired by the beauty found in Sussex by Vanessa Bell, Eric Ravilious, Duncan Grant, John Buckland-Wright, J.M.W Turner, Roland Collins, Edward Le Bas and Lee Miller to name a few.
I will add more places and landmarks to this board as time goes on and I discover new treasures!
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