Cornish Chough art print. Palores Kernewek is the Cornish language translation of Cornish Chough.
The Cornish Chough is a traditional symbol of Cornwall in the United Kingdom, even though the birds themselves were extinct in Cornwall until 2001 when they reappeared to nest on the clifftops. You can now see them on the cliffs of The Lizard, and some parts of North Cornwall.
We recently spotted a pair of Choughs nesting on West Pentire, a few miles from Newquay along the coast. It is so exciting that the Chough population in Cornwall is growing each year.
The name “Palores” means Digger in Cornish, because the Choughs dig around the earth on the clifftops looking for tasty snacks.
Printed with fine art prints onto archival paper.
Size: Please select your size option :
A4 size paper, which is 210 × 297 millimeters or 8.27 × 11.69 inches
A3 size paper, which is 29.7 x 42.0cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches
All images, design and illustration Copyright Alison Bick 2015-2019.