Calendar

Due to the current global situation, our planned series of exhibitions have been suspended. In the meantime, we are delighted to be able to share our new Online Gallery where an amazing selection of artworks by talented artists in a wide variety of media can be viewed and purchased.

We are working to be ready to kick off our exhibition calendar again as soon as it is possible to do so. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Gallery in the future! 

 

2020



16th January - 23rd February 
THE LAY OF THE LAND
Landscape paintings by Lorna Brown inspired by the panoramas of heathland and park, and the clutter of allotments. Complemented by ceramics by Trevor Dyer. 






27th February - 5th April 
FACING FORWARD 
Portraits painted by Lorna Brown, Martyn Burdon, Corrina Dunlea, John Farningham, Caroline Lumb and John Sellings, with sculptures by Christy Symington each with a very different approach to portraiture. 



9th April - 17th May 
COLOURS, CURVES AND TEXTURES
This exhibition presents photographs by Lynne Blount and Sylvie Gummery taken at Perry Green over many months with the kind permission of the Henry Moore Foundation. These mainly abstract images are created using multiple exposures. They are complemented here by sculptures by James Copper who worked with the Moore Foundation for most of his life.



21st May - 28th June
LIGHT AND SHADOW

Suman Gujral is a fine artist and printmaker. She finds the interplay between light and shadow in our lives fascinating and explores this through her work. Delicate ceramics by Karen Banks complement the pictures. 




2nd July - 9th August 
ODYSSEYS
The Gallimaufry Collective, namely Caroline Lumb, Jo Howe and Mark L'Argent, present this exhibition of their responses to journeys they have taken be they literal, hypothetical, or personal.  The three artists' work varies from painting and collage to lettering and mixed media resonating together.


3rd August - 24th September
WATCHING THE WAVES
Paintings by Neil Robbins complemented by ceramics by Kathryn Hearn. A painters love for the Cornish coast and sea.