New Paintings by Jo March
Jo has just been in to deliver two amazing new paintings so be sure to check out her page!
The daughter of a farmer and a district nurse, Jo grew up in the small moorland village of Darite, South East Cornwall.
Her paintings are remarkably individual in outlook and style, drawing inspiration from the surrounding countryside and the people that she met whilst accompanying her parents on their daily rounds.
New Boxes by CJ Van Dop
Cornelius moved to Cornwall and set up his own workshop in 1973 where he began to create exquisite 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.
New Paintings by Lucy Davies
Don't miss Lucy's wonderful new collection!
A keen walker, Lucy always takes her camera and sketchbook with her on trips to record new images.
The beautiful and sometimes wild coastal scenery is an inspiration - the dramatic sea, rugged cliffs and stunning, golden beaches all inform her work and provide the reference for her colourful, mixed media paintings.
New Exhibitor - Lucy Almey Bird
We're absolutely thrilled to welcome Lucy to the gallery. Her gorgeous paintings are not to be missed.
Born in 1973, 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.
Lucy is completely self-taught, having not taken the conventional route through education.
New Paintings by Chris Forsey
We've just received five fantastic new paintings from Chris.
He loves to explore the theme of the man-made alongside the organic: buildings by water; structure emerging from a rocky cliff. He tries to capture the sense of a place at a specific moment, season or time of day.
Chris is an elected member of The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI) and The Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA).
New Work by Lynn Muir
We were almost sold out of Lynn's whimsical figures but fear not....she's given us a brand new collection!
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 Paintings by Daniel Cole
We've just added ten of Dan's stunning oil paintings to the website.
"My inspiration comes from my lifelong love of natural history. I think it essential to draw from life - for me this is the only way to capture the movement and shapes of these creatures as they are rarely still. Sketches made in the field and accumulated in my numerous books are the starting point for all my work."
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