Our special Lucy Almey Bird exhibition runs until the 11th of December and thanks to some very gracious new owners, even sold paintings will remain on display for the duration so everyone can enjoy them.
New Painting by Lucy Davies
Her wonderful Charlestown Harbour painting has been framed and is now available for purchase.
The beautiful coastal scenery is a constant source of inspiration for Lucy - wild flowers, rugged cliffs and stunning beaches all inform her work and provide the reference for her colourful, mixed media paintings.
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 Amanda Hoskin
We have an incredible new selection of paintings from Amanda - not only the coastal scenes for which she is renowned but some beautiful still lifes as well!
Sizes range from huge canvasses to smaller works on paper. We even have some stunning panoramic seascapes.
For those who live too far away, all paintings have been added to the website and we'll endeavour to help with any questions you might have.
New Paintings by Ian Pethers
Some exquisite new Winter Lane and Summer Meadow paintings have been added to Ian's page.
Born in the Thames Valley in 1956, Ian took to painting at an early age, studying at the local school in Slough and later on at night school under artist Jenny Riley at Marlow Community College.
He moved to Cornwall in 1990 and has since illustrated several national hotel guides, designed book covers and painted two murals in Callington.
In 2001 Ian was elected an associate of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Engravers.
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 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.
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