‘Colours of Salcombe and Hope’
by Becci Hey
We have collaborated with Local Artist, Becci Hey, to present her collection of work depicting the unique colours and light found in the ever-changing seascapes of Salcombe.
Exploring new horizons of abstract impressionism in photography, she creates images that not only show the different range of colours but also show how the ocean and sky change and develop with the weather that Mother Nature delivers.
These images have been printed onto crushed marbled velvet and used to make our signature products.
Since graduating from West Surrey College of Art and Design (WSCAD), Farnham in the early ‘80’s, Becci became a Design and Technology Teacher, specialising in special needs education.
Life sadly changed forever in April 2012 when Becci’s eldest son, Josh, was tragically killed in a car crash. Her artwork has since become a huge source of therapy and healing.
“Losing Josh made life very dark for quite some time and in 2016 I realised I needed some colour back into my life. I find so much solace being by the sea with its unique, ever changing colours and this is now reflected in my work”
In 2017 Becci returned to live in her childhood home of Salcombe, South Devon. A beautiful part of the world that is very special to both herself and her family.
A portion of the proceeds from this collection is donated to ‘A Child of Mine’ Charity.