On a rainy day visit to Tate St Ives we were surrounded by the colours of wishes from hundreds of strangers and allowed our own quiet hopes to be taken by the wind...Read More
Our blog champions exceptional creative work connected to Cornwall. It is a curated showcase which we have personally selected.
This June three artists based in Cornwall particularly caught my attention: Susanna Bauer, Leah Jensen and Shannon Bartlett-Smith. Each is at a different stage in their career, each uses different materials but all employ meticulous cutting and construction techniques to striking effect.Read More
Among the May madness, I’m spending a beautiful sunny afternoon meeting Tom Raffield and Paul Chaney in nearby Helston. Both create completely different but equally extraordinary work using bent wood.Read More
I've been to more than my fair share of Open Studios and it was clear from the outset that Foam was going to be a little different. Foam is a cultural laboratory re-imagining possible futures at the interstices of art, science, nature and everyday life.Read More
I'm off to see a private view of work by Joe Morris, a long lost friend who I haven't seen for ten years. Joe creates quiet and compelling carvings using Tadelakt, a form of lime plaster from Morocco, which is traditionally used as a wall covering.Read More
It was pure serendipity that I stumbled upon this beautiful art intervention by Chris Howarth while enjoying a Sunday walk on Gwithian Towans beach.Read More
I'm moving to Cornwall! The captivating work of Katharine Morling feels like the perfect fit for this first blog post. Her three-dimensional ceramic sketches, hint at a story in the making and let your imagination do the rest.Read More