Art Galleries in Roseland

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  • Dreamtime Gallery

    Art gallery exhibiting spiritual and psychic artwork by internationally well-respected psychic artist Patrick Gamble. Also quality crystals, jewellery and gifts.
  • Kestle Barton

    Kestle Barton: Rural Centre for Contemporary Arts is a new venue in Manaccan, Cornwall. Offers seasonal programme of exhibitions, workshops, and other activities. Please see our website for more...
  • Fish Factory Art Space

    The Fish Factory Art Space is the radical new art venue on Falmouth's spectacular waterfront. With artist's studios, gallery and multi-purpose art space and housed in an abandoned scallop...
  • Gallery on the Square

    Standing in Island Square just along from the still active Porthmeor artists’ studios and fishermen’s cellars, the gallery shows and promotes quality contemporary art in a crisp, light and...
  • 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...
  • Atishoo Designs Gallery

    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...
  • The Guild of Ten

    The shop is staffed by members of the Guild, and sells their original work which includes glass, jewellery, wood, painted silk, cards and accessories and women’s and children’s clothes.
  • 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...
  • Malcolm Sutcliffe Glass Gallery & Studio

    Malcolm’s beautiful hand blown glass is sold widely in the uk and overseas and is also represented in various art galleries, museums and private collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum...
  • Trelissick Gallery

    The National Trust show pictures in the upper gallery. There is also a restaurant, shop and extensive walks through the woodlands and park.

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