Art Galleries in Portreath

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  • Perranuthnoe Village Crafts

    Perranuthnoe Village Crafts sells an extensive range of hand made crafts, jewellery, clothing, cards, prints and gifts, from more than 60 Cornish artists, crafts people, musicians and suppliers many...
  • Penwith Gallery

    Founded by Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson and the many other notable artists in the 1940s. Regularly-changing exhibitions of painting, printmaking sculpture and ceramics by many of the leading...
  • Imagianation Gallery

    The most colourful vibrant gallery in St Ives showing work by local artists. A warm welcome awaits you and many have found the special painting they have been looking for...
  • 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...
  • Lowe-Holland Gallery

    The Lowe-Holland Gallery proudly sits at the top of the high street in Penryn, located on the South Coast of Cornwall. Our aim is to show fresh, original and visually dynamic work from both...
  • The Bridge Gallery

    An Art gallery run by a co-operative of artists and craftspeople local to the Tamar Valley. We sell beautiful, affordable local art and craft in a woodland setting. 1 mile from Cotehele.
  • 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,...
  • Uys Gallery

    Friendly, artist-owned art gallery in St Ives showcasing beautiful stoneware ceramics by Roelof Uys and distinctive mixed-media art and hand-made cards by Melanie Uys. Also showing specially selected...
  • Cofro

    Specialises in contemporary work by over thirty Cornish artists. Pieces include paintings, photography and jewellery.
  • Derek Preece Gallery

    Traditional Watercolours, Prints, Greeting cards, and Tuition. On the West Wharf of the south coast Fishing village Mevagissey.

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