Insoll who also run the gallery. A great stopping place after a long walk on the Roseland Peninsula. A trip to Yew Tree Gallery in another idyllic setting along the coast from St Ives is always a must in July, but time is limited as Sally MacCabe’s solo show is for two weeks only. Delving into her hoard of vintage papers and ephemera she has created mixed media objects of exquisite beauty on the theme of ‘Time and Tide’. Book sculptures, concertina hangings, papier mâché vessels and nostalgic ‘art dolls’ are shown with new paintings in her signature blue/- grey palette. Padstow – famous for Rick Stein’s fish and chips (and more) is a popular visitors’ destination. Food aside the art is also high on the must see list, with The Padstow Studio , now in its ninth year, curated by artist Sarah Adams and showing a diverse range of work. This summer includes drawings of the Scilly Isles by Phil Naylor as well as his series of etchings reconstructing the landscape through contour lines. Travel a little way south east out of Padstow where you meet the A39 and you arrive at the dynamic new space Circle Contemporary who showcase a lively programme of national and international artists’ work. JULY 2015 GALLERIES CORNWALL AND WEST COUNTRY C3 4 clockwise from top S arah MacCabe papier mâché bowls at Yew Tree Gallery. P hilip Wakeham ‘Frayed Angel’ at The Roundhouse and Capstan Gallery. Pat Bowley ‘View from the Promenade’ at The Little Picture Gallery. Tanya Gomez ‘Autumn’ porcelain at New Craftsman Gallery. Phil Naylor ‘Stratamatic’ etching at The Padstow Studio Eric Ward ‘Barbara Hepworth Garden, Sunday May 10th 2015’ oil on board at Belgrave St Ives below Michael Strang 'Manns Head Porthmeor St Ives' (Tate Project) at The Summerhouse Gallery Galleries in August: artScotland with all the best shows for the festival season and more.