Solo show opens in Chapel Arts, Cheltenham

Nov 18, 2017

Chapel Arts, superbly developed into a centre for the visual and performing arts from a deconsecrated chapel, is ideally located in the heart of Cheltenham. The current exhibition and showing into early December, is "Dyworth Pow Gwyrven" comprising a body of work that continues to explore the long-held theme of landscape conditioned by geology and the mining and quarrying activity Cornwall has witnessed over many centuries.


St Ives Rotary 'Spot the Artist' sale is a continuing success story

Sep 27, 2017

During this year's September Festival, the Rotary Club of St Ives held, for the eleventh year running, their annual 'Spot the Artist' Exhibition and Sale. On Friday 15th and Saturday 16th prior viewing of the works for sale was possible at the St Ives School of Painting, Porthmeor Studios. It raised considerable attention from local enthusiasts and festival goers alike.


South West Academicians show in the Penwith Gallery

Sep 20, 2017

Three exhibitions open simultaneously in the Penwith Gallery to coincide with the St Ives Festival. In addition to the customary September exhibition of the Penwith Society members in the Main Gallery, the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts is showing in the New Gallery for the first time. These are further enhanced with a combined ceramics and photographic show from Paula Downing and Antony Hosking in the Studio Gallery


Penwith Society opens for the new 2017 season

Feb 20, 2017

Following the closed period of January the Penwith Society opened its doors for the start of the 2017 season with a blockbuster show of three distinct exhibitions launching simultaneously on 10 February, an exhilarating evening worthy of the gallery’s undoubted reputation.


Land and Water: Plymouth Society of Artists exhibition at the Council House, Plymouth, Saturday 21 January - Saturday 4 March

Jan 28, 2017

Plymouth’s latest offsite exhibition is now open and features works by selected members of the Plymouth Society of Artists. This is the first in a series of exhibitions that will be staged on the ground floor of the Council House while the Museum and Art Gallery building is closed for redevelopment.