New Work by Lynn Muir
Lynn was born in East Anglia and trained at Colchester School of Art where she gained her degree in illustration and design. She moved to Cornwall with her husband and three children and in 1986 set up her workshop.
Combining her interest, skills and her graphic training, Lynn began working on her wooden figures.
She uses mainly driftwood which she collects from the local beaches and lets the shape and form of the wood suggest figurative forms to her and then works on it with machine saws, powered sander wheel and hand tools. She then ‘illustrates’ the shaped wood with paint and pen.
New Prints by Amanda Hoskin
Amanda has added nine gorgeous new prints to her collection, featuring locations such as Fowey, St Mawes, Mylor Creek, Polly Joke Beach and the Isles of Scilly.
They are limited to editions of twenty-five and are available exclusively at Mid Cornwall Galleries.
Each print has been numbered, titled and signed by Amanda to indicate she is happy with both the colour and the quality.
New Work by Helen Rondell
Helen established her studio in 2001 after studying at North Staffordshire University, gaining a BA (Hons) in Ceramics.
In 2014 she was accepted as a member of the Craft Potters Association and in the same year began teaching ceramics part-time at The Ceramic Studio, Kent.
"I want to create pieces that flow and curve, leading the viewer around and through the piece. I build them slowly over a few days - the forms can often change and evolve during the process, almost like I’m drawing with clay."
New Paintings by Lucy Davies
Including two beautiful woodland scenes and one gorgeous still life featuring summer wild flowers.
Lucy trained at St Martins and Brighton and has a BA (Hons) in graphic design, specialising in illustration. She paints full time, either at her studio in London or in North Cornwall where she spends her summers.
A keen walker, Lucy will always take her camera and sketchbook with her on trips to record new images so she has plenty of inspiration in the cold winter months when she’s tucked away in her studio.
New Paintings by Michael Hill
Michael was born in Plymouth, 1951. There he studied Graphic Art and Design at the College of Art.
He has worked as a freelance illustrator, but now concentrates on painting full time. He is a tutor of watercolour painting in the Adult Education Service and does numerous workshops for various art societies.
Michael is a member of the Plymouth Society of Artists and is the President of the Plymouth Watercolour Society.
New Work by CJ Van Dop
CJ creates wonderful boxes using different metals - silver, gold, nickel, copper, bronze etc are used for colour where appropriate. Pieces are cut, soldered, textured, assembled and polished.
Each box is a unique study of nature and/or wildlife. His work is greatly influenced by the Japanese metal tradition.
Visit his page to enjoy the complete collection.
New Paintings by Chris Forsey RI
The incredible Chris Forsey has just delivered a new collection of paintings.
Locations include - Fowey, Polperro, Gweek, St Clement, Portloe and St Michael's Mount.
Chris is exhilarated by colour and enjoys creating textured layers that allow hints of complementary hue to glow through, thus creating an exciting surface of scattered, broken colour.
He is an elected member of The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI) and The Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA).
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