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Cornwall art exhibitions
JACKSON FOUNDATION GALLERY
LEMON STREET GALLERY
THE NEW GALLERY
THE PADSTOW STUDIO
YEW TREE GALLERY
Hawksfield, Atlantic Highway, A39, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7LR
The gallery's ethos is rooted in the environment and nature and has an ongoing selection of art works by a core group of artists including John O’Carroll, Resident Artist with on-site studio, Peter Hayes, Simon Gaiger and Adam Halls.
Mon-Sat 10-4 or by appt
t 01208 816899
North Row, St Just, Cornwall TR19 7LB
Kurt Jackson: Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in My Bonnet. From Mar 25.
Leading contemporary artist Kurt Jackson spent years exploring the world of pollinators to produce this collection informed by his academic background in the sciences and experience as a beekeeper.
t 01736 787638
13 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LS
David Martin: Rhythm and Harmony. Until Mar 25.
t 01872 275757
Portscatho, Cornwall TR2 5HW
An artists' run showroom and studios established 1985. Subject of the book 'Portscatho Portrait of a Cornish Art Colony'.
Artists include Chris Insoll, Trevor Felcey, Eric Ward, the Late Grace Gardner, Andrea Insoll, David Shutt, Philippa Savage, Alice Mumford, Sue Davis, Jenny Shaw-Browne, Rob Carter, Andrew Tozer and visiting artists associated with Portscatho.
Usually Thu, Fri, Sat 10-12.30, 2-5 or by appt
t 01872 580 445
30 Duke Street, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8AB
Contemporary drawings and paintings by Sarah Adams, Kim Bentley, Rachel Budd, Mark Cazalet, Lynn Golden, Phil Naylor, Alison Pullen, Kit Surrey, Anita Taylor, Chris Thomas and Paul Thomas. Sculpture by Mo Farquharson and ceramics by James Campbell.
Thu-Sat 11-1, 2-5 or by appt
t 01841 533777
36A Market Jew Street, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 2HT
entrance on Wood Street
Changing exhibitions by artists united by a strong voice and freedom of expression outside of convention.
t 01736 711458
58 Fore Street, Tregony, Cornwall TR2 5RW
Tales in Light. Mar 7-Apr 29.
A mixed exhibition exploring the ways artists use light to shape the sensory narrative of a work. Showing new paintings by Dana Finch, Kay Vinson and Daniel Preece the scope of exhibits reveals how artists become collectors of innumerable hues and luminosities, for which an ardent sensitivity is required.
Tue-Sat 10-4 & by appt
t 01872 530505 m 07496 953471
Keigwin, nr Morvah & Pendeen, Cornwall TR19 7TS
t 01736 786425