Art Galleries in Camborne

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  • The Cowhouse Gallery

    Run entirely by local artists and craftspeople a little gem of a gallery situated in the picturesque village of Perranuthnoe between Marazion and Helston. Painting,Sculpture,Ceramics,Printmaking,...
  • TAYT Morden

    A rural art and craft gallery just a mile or so from Cotehele House. Our regularly changing display of exciting, contemporary and affordable art includes paintings, ceramics, glass, wood carving...
  • Cry of the Gulls Gallery

    Holds contemporary fine art and craft. Also houses a collection of photography and classical music.
  • Waterside Gallery

    Original oil and water-colour paintings by local artists Terry Bailey and James Wood. Also exhibits glass, wood, ceramics, framed prints and cards by other local artists.
  • Lemon Street Gallery

    Modern and contemporary works of fine art, from both up and coming and established painters. Site has details of regular exhibitions.
  • Yew Tree Gallery - Morvah

    Located in the hamlet of Keigwin near Morvah on the B3306 coast road, the gallery blends sympathetically into the landscape. Exhibitions of contemporary fine and applied art during the season by...
  • The Great Atlantic Falmouth Gallery

    Well known and emerging artists are shown here as well as recent graduates from Falmouth College of Art. The spacious building itself can be dated back to the 1700’s.
  • St Ives Ceramics

    On display is a collection of 20th century master potters such as Bernard Leach, Lucie Rie, Hans Coper, William Marshall, Richard Batterham. There are also high quality contemporary ceramics...
  • The Mariners Gallery

    The Old Mariners Church is home to the historic Crypt Gallery & Mariners Gallery. Hosting exhibitions throughout the year including two Open exhibitions and 4 members shows.
  • Alexandra Dickens Studio Gallery

    A narrow passageway leads to this long established bright and airy gallery offering stunning, original, vibrantly exciting abstract paintings and evocatively colourful seascapes in a variety of...

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