Volunteer Denise Stracey has been keeping a sketch diary of exhibition locations she’s been visiting as part of her work with Groundwork.
Pictured here is the view over Helston from CAST.
“A view I have never noted before and a new take on Helston”, Denise writes, noted in her time invigilating the “staggeringly beautiful and brutal” Steve McQueen exhibition.
A scene from National Trust Godolphin, where Christina Mackie’s installation Judges II is displayed.
Denise describes this moment of calm in a busy day – “a beautiful warm spring day at Godolphin house with the heavy scent of abundant bluebells wafting in the air. Peering through the window from the Kings Room and Christina Mackie’s exhibition, my eyes traced the bold branches of the magnolia now having shed their waxy blooms and heavily hung with stout, fresh green foliage.”