Galleries - April 2016

a CIRCLE CONTEMPORARY Hawksfield Cornwall, A39 Atlantic Highway Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7LR Centred around the John O’Carroll studio our gallery exhibits a core group ofselected artists including Peter Hayes, Simon Gaiger and Adam Halls who are inspired by the environment ofCornwall. Mon–Sat 10–4 or by appt t 01208 816899 m 07919 003165 t @circlecontemporary f CircleContemporaryGallery b KESTLE BARTON Manaccan, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6HU Paul Chaney: Lizard Exit Plan – Kestle Barton Sector. Until May 8. *ad 10.30–5, clo Mon except BHols t 01326 231811 c LEMON STREET GALLERY 13 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LS Neil Canning: Luminosa. Until Apr 16. New paintings spanning all three floors of the gallery. David Roberts: Black is a Colour. Apr 23–May 14. Amelia Humber: Viewpoint. May 21–Jun 18. Modern Masters: Original Prints. May 21–Jun 18. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01872 275757 d THE NEW GALLERY Portscatho, Cornwall TR2 5HW An artists’ run showroom and studios est 1985. Subject of the book ‘Portscatho Portrait ofa Cornish Art Colony’. Artists include Chris Insoll, Trevor Felcey, Eric Ward, the Late Grace Gardner, Andrea Insoll, David Shutt, Philippa Savage, Howard Milton, Alice Mumford, Sue Davis, Jenny Shaw- Browne and visiting artists associated with Portscatho. Usually Thu, Fri, Sat 10–12.30, 2–5 or appt t 01872 580 445 e THE PADSTOW STUDIO 30 Duke Street, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8AB Contemporary drawings and paintings by Sarah Adams, Kim Bentley, Rachel Budd, MarkCazalet, Lynn Golden, Phil Naylor, Alison Pullen, Kit Surrey, Anita Taylor, Chris Thomas and Paul Thomas. Sculpture by 12 GALLERIES APRIL 2016 MAP 1 ENGLAND CORNWALL A 3 9 A 3 0 A 3 0 A 3 9 A 3 9 0 ST MAWES TREGONY ST AUSTELL BODMIN NEWQUAY TINTAGEL LIZARD SENNEN PORTSCATHO ST AGNES F ST JUST TRURO MARAZION MANACCAN MOUSEHOLE WADEBRIDGE FALMOUTH ST IVES PENZANCE PADSTOW g h b c e f d a Mo Farquharson and ceramics by James Campbell. Thu–Sat 11–1, 2–5 or by appt t 01841 533777 f THE SUMMERHOUSE GALLERY Market Place, Marazion, Cornwall TR17 0AR First Light. Apr 2–30. *ad A celebration ofthe beginning ofspring in beautiful Cornwall, with both celebrated and emerging artists including Mike Hindle, Martin Sadler, Neil Pinkett, Mike Praed, Michael Strang, Imogen Bone, Iona Sanders. Tue–Sat 11–4, Sun during & Bhols t 01736 711400 t @summerhouse–art f summerhousegallery g TREGONY GALLERY 58 Fore Street, Tregony, Cornwall TR2 5RW New Light. Until Apr 2. Echoes and Scenes. Apr 12–Jun 25. Featuring John Brenton, David Rust and Amanda Hoskin to newly represented gallery artists Daniel Preece, Judith Green, Meg Buick, David Woodall, Karen McEndoo, Adele Wagstaff, Dana Finch, Charlie O’Sullivan and Sara Lee Roberts. Tue–Sat 10–4 & by appt t 01872 530505 m 07496 953471 f tregonygallery h YEW TREE GALLERY Keigwin, nr Morvah & Pendeen, Cornwall TR19 7TS Kaleidoscope. Apr 3–May 21. David Kemp – watercolours, Peter Layton – studio glass, Chris Barnes – pottery, Duibhne Gough – jewellery. Curated by Gilly Wyatt Smith. Lore of the Land. Apr 3–May 21. James Campbell – drawings and ceramics, Carry Akroyd – paintings and prints, Meri Wells – sculpture, with Helen Nock, Kim Donaldson, Stuart Neale and Dennis Mulcahy. Curated by Miranda Leonard. Mon–Sat 10.30–5, on B3306 coast road t 01736 786425 i THE ALVERTON GALLERY 5 Alverton Street, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 2QW An eclectic mix ofthe best contemporary fine art and crafts from across the West Country situated in a bright gallery between The Exchange and Penlee House. The gallery stages rotating exhibitions oflocal and national artists. Member ofthe Own Art Scheme. *own art Mon–Sat 9.30–5 t 01736 351668 j CORNWALL CONTEMPORARY 1 Parade Street, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 4BU top ofChapel Street Emma Dunbar: Colourful Corners. Apr 20–May 14. New collection ofcontemporary still life and landscape paintings by one ofthe country’s most widely collected artists. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01736 874749 t @sarah–cornwall f Cornwall-Contemporary k REDWING GALLERY 36A Market Jew Street, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 2HT entrance on Wood Street Changing exhibitions by artists united by a strong voice and freedom ofexpression outside ofconvention. daily 11–5 t 01736 711458 PENZANCE R I V E Q U E E N S T R E N E W S T R E E T C H A P E L S T R E E H I G H S T S E W A Y H E A D P A R A D E S T T H W H A R F R D M O R R A B R T A R O V E O R R M A R K E T J E W S T R E E O N S T j PENZANCE i k