Heather Howe

Heather Howe


Heather Howe spent her childhood in the Lizard Peninsula, located near Cadgwith, and was surrounded by the beauty of nature. After school she went on to complete a Foundation year and a B.A in Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art and Exeter University.

She was able to put her creative skills to use and develop her passion for art, while also being inspired by the stunning landscape of her childhood home. Heather has gone on to become a successful artist, and her work is often influenced by her time in the Lizard Peninsula.


After Heather left art school, she was determined to make a career of her passion for art. She worked as a practicing artist in the South East of the U.K, and at the age of 22, she had one of her first solo shows at the Century Galleries in Henley-on-Thames.

Since then, Heather has had a successful and varied career in art. She has taken on commercial design work, private commissions, and has exhibited her work in galleries in the U.K and overseas. Her passion for art has taken her on an exciting journey, and she has no intention of stopping anytime soon.


Heather is an artist who is renowned for her work that conveys an intense emotional connection to the changing landscape and weather. Her artwork is characterised by its ability to capture the beauty and complexity of nature, and her unique approach has made her a sought-after artist amongst collectors.

Heather’s passion for her work is evident in her pieces, which reflect her strong emotional bond with the natural environment. Her artworks are a testament to her dedication to capturing the beauty of the landscape, as well as her profound appreciation for the ever-changing weather.