Established in 1962 the gallery continues to be regarded as one of the country's most important and influential galleries.
Historically one of the most important spaces for 20th century artists in St Ives, the gallery supported the early careers of figures such as Peter Lanyon, Bryan Winter, Patrick Heron and Wilhelmina Barns-Graham and continues to show original paintings by both emerging and established Cornish artists alongside a varied range of contemporary crafts including glass, automata, wood, handmade jewellery, ceramic sculptures and metalwork.
Our reputation for quality and excellence is testament to the careful selection of some of the brightest and best artists and craftspeople.
Art of Gathering is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that brings together the work of eight artists and contemporary craft makers working in diverse mediums. Through their individual making processes the artists forge a deep connection to the landscape and share a respect for the materials they work with, gathered, collected and sourced from the land ….
Ceramicist Akiko Hirai is among 29 artists nominated for this year’s LOEWE Foundation Craft Prize. The prize, of 50,000 euros, will be presented to the winner on 25 June at the opening of the 2019 Loewe Craft Prize exhibition in Tokyo.
Forest + Found artists Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth are amongst 12 nominees to receive £8,000 commissions to make new work for the Jerwood Foundation’s 2019 exhibition at the Jerwood Space, London. The show will then tour nationally.