New Work by Lynn Muir
Lynn uses mainly driftwood collected from local beaches. She lets the shape and form of the wood suggest figurative forms to her and then works on it with machine saws, a powered sander wheel and hand tools.
Her incredible work has been exhibited in the UK, America, Germany and Japan and in 1993 she won the British Toymaker of the Year Award.
In 1995 Lynn was the subject of a television program called Mastercraft.
New Paintings by Amanda Hoskin
Amanda has given us some gorgeous new original paintings to brighten these grey autumn days.
Locations include, Charlestown, Bodinnick, Polruan, Lerryn and the River Fowey (pictured).
Amanda has been an exhibitor here for over two decades and we never cease to be amazed by her incredible work.
And don't forget that we also stock her beautiful limited edition prints and books!
New Paintings by Lucy Almey Bird
Three more exquisite paintings are now available!
Lucy grew up in rural Somerset. She was always encouraged to draw and paint from an early age and was taken on regular trips to galleries and museums, which ignited her passion for art.
She paints mostly in acrylics and takes inspiration from everyday life - especially her three daughters. Domestic scenes feature regularly in her paintings, depicting a romanticised, gentler look at life.
New Jewellery by Helen Shere
Helen's jewellery is inspired by illustration and is based on natural themes. Her quirky style is instantly recognisable.
From her studio in Nottingham, she works mainly in silver, with accents of copper and brass for colour and texture. Helen creates detailed patterns on the surface of the silver using techniques such as stamping and oxidising.
New Paintings by Andrew Jago
Andrew grew up in St Mabyn, a small village in North Cornwall, nestled neatly in between the moors and the coast. He loved to sketch and explore woodlands, the parish valleys and rugged coastline around Polzeath and Camel Estuary.
Painting in the open air over many years has helped him to develop the tonal subtleties of his colour palette; which aim to express the nuances of atmosphere and a sense of place. He uses loose and dynamic brushwork, conveying the immediacy and freshness of a sketch in a finished painting
New Paintings by Paula Sharples
It's always a delight to get new paintings from Paula.
She works on gesso prepared board with acrylics, ink and graphite in layers and uses a combination of still life with landscape background. Her use of colour and pattern is evidence of her past in textile and ceramic design.
The coast is a constant inspiration and Cornwall and Devon feature heavily in her paintings.
New Paintings by Lucy Young
Don't miss Lucy's wonderful new collection!
Her paintings are inspired by the joy of coastal living with all its treasures from its bobbing boats to its cheeky seagulls. She loves to capture those special moments we all cherish when by the seaside like eating chips or ice cream, building sandcastles or dipping your toes in the surf.
"I want to uplift you with my naive style and if I can bring a smile to your face then I’m happy."
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