Art Galleries

Cornwall Gallery Listings

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  • Belgrave Gallery / St Ives

    Twentieth century British art, Post-war abstract - especially associated with the St Ives modern movement, and contemporary artists working in a wide range of approaches and media
  • Dreamtime Gallery / Looe

    Art gallery exhibiting spiritual and psychic artwork by internationally well-respected psychic artist Patrick Gamble. Also quality crystals, jewellery and gifts.
  • Porthminster Gallery, St Ives / St Ives

    One of the largest art galleries in St Ives, housed in a historic quayside pilchard press building. Showing curated exhibitions of original works by emerging and leading southwest and invited British Artists, along with collectable works by investment names.
  • Essex Tyler Gallery / Mousehole

    A gallery which mainly features ornamental raku pottery, which is based on an old Japanese technique.
  • Starboard Gallery / St Ives

    An interesting fusion of jewellery, paintings, prints and cards of the local area with colourful original oil paintings by local artist Jan Rogers. We have a unique range of silver, bronze and copper jewellery hand crafted by Kevin on the premises.
  • Tregony Gallery / Tregony

    A constantly changing display of art work including paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and glassware, created predominantly by Cornish artists.
  • Cry of the Gulls Gallery / Fowey

    Holds contemporary fine art and craft. Also houses a collection of photography and classical music.
  • The Old Press Gallery / St Austell

    The Old Press is a 'for more than profit' social enterprise championing the power of the arts from the heart of Cornwall's Clay Country. Our Work We're passionate about art and determined to make it happen right here in St Austell. We support local art
  • Atishoo Designs Gallery / Charlestown

    Atishoo Gallery is located in the World Heritage Site village of Charlestown. Run by artist couple Liz Hackney and Paul Clark, it has gained a reputation for showing original art and crafts with a strong quirky coastal theme.
  • The New Craftsman / St Ives

    The oldest established Gallery in St Ives. It has a continuous exhibition of work by the late John Miller. Also shows paintings, sculpture, and contemporary crafts including glass, automata, papier mache, wood, jewellery, ceramic sculptures and metalwork.

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