Ralph Freeman and Alice Freeman
21 October to 25 November
This collaborative father and daughter exhibition features sculptures, etchings, watercolours and works on paper which present two views of the natural world, one in monochrome and the other in colour, one exploring the intricacies and complexities of organic form, the other exploring the broader concept of landscape. Respected artist and musician Ralph Freeman combines musical and aesthetic influences with the immediacy of watercolour to respond to the landscape, while Alice Freeman explores the textural qualities of natural and biological forms, through both sculpture and exquisitely detailed metal plate etchings.
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New Craftsman [is] one of [St Ives] finest galleries, offering a delightful mix of paintings, pots, jewellery and glass by famous artists and affordable newcomers.
Jonathan Lorie. The Independent, Wednesday 24 June 2015
Our 2017 season opens with a 50th birthday exhibition by St Ives artist Emma Jeffryes, ceramicist Sarah Purvey and jewellery maker Nina Bukvic, followed by exhibitions of new work by artists Neil Pinkett, Emma Williams, Neil Davies, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Ralph and Alice Freeman and makers Hilary Mayo, Jin Eui Kim, Rebecca Polyblank, Guy Royle and more, with a September Festival exhibition of work by celebrated 20th Century artist Breon O’Casey.
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New Craftsman continues to be the Leach Pottery’s nominated town centre stockist of the new Leach Tableware. Handmade and fired in St Ives, each piece is made with local clay and is designed for function and beauty. Available throughout the year.
Throughout his career John Miller was closely identified with the New Craftsman gallery. His lifetime partner Michael Truscott kindly allowed this association to continue following John's death in 2002, and we are therefore proud to exhibit remaining works from John’s Cornwall studio. Please see our John Miller page for further information.