Meet the maker Tina Cunningham

I have always been fascinated by the the natural world. The changes in the seasons, growth, decay and how it effects the landscape and all that is within it.

For me sustainability is important that is why I use natural materials and reclaimed items in my work. Each type of material has a character of it's own affected by the weather it grow in and, where it grew this effects each individual piece of work.

After recently acquiring an untouched ancient woodland in South West Wales on the edge of the Pembrokeshire National Park, I am striving to build upon traditional rural skills that are part of our heritage and bringing them back to life in contemporary designs for our modern way of living. I believe the creation of my art should have as little impact on the environment as possible.

For over 15 years I have been working as an Artist. I also create site Specific Sculpture, Environmental Art, run workshops, Project Manage Art Residencies, and I am a qualified Teacher of Design Technology/Art.

I hope you enjoy the pieces I have made as much as I have enjoyed making them. Each have there own story.