Public Art Gallery
Situated in the World Heritage village of Charlestown in Cornwall, Atishoo Gallery celebrates ten years at this location in 2013. Atishoo is owned and run by artist couple Liz Hackney and Paul Clark along with their youngest member of staff, their little daughter Eileen. Liz founded Atishoo in 1997 as a studio to sell her own >> read more
ornwall Contemporary Gallery is situated at the top of Chapel Street in Penzance and is within five minutes walking distance of both Penlee House Gallery and also The Exchange Gallery.
Our collection allows you to discover masterpieces by Thomas Gainsborough, Laura Knight, Alfred Munnings, John Singer Sargent, Henry Scott Tuke, Charles Napier Hemy and George Frederick Watts alongside pictures by contemporary artists such as Naomi Frears and Trevor Bell. The Art Gallery’s most famous painting is The Lady of Shalott by John William Waterhouse, which >> read more
The Fernlea Gallery in St Ives shows a vast eclectic range of both retro and modern works.
The Jane Adams Gallery has a reputation for being a showcase for Jane’s handmade, humorous and quirky animals, which she makes in her ceramics studio in the garden behind the gallery. The gallery itself is housed in a 200-year-old granite building, which is flooded with light, on the main road into St Just. The gallery is known for its wonderful selection of greetings cards and a fantastic array of contemporary work.
Jo Downs is one of the world’s most prominent fused glass designers. Her advanced fusion techniques allow for the creation of abstract designs of great individuality and depth. Based in Cornwall, Jo Downs’ art draws inspiration from the natural world around her. Cornwall has a unique light that gently bathes the environment and has inspired >> read more
Kestle Barton is an ancient Cornish farmstead situated above the Helford River. Having undergone an award winning conservation and conversion project, old barns were converted into a gallery and garden. The gallery has a changing programme of exhibitions, events and workshops, as well as a wild garden and tea hut.
The Leach Pottery, founded in 1920 by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, is among the most respected and influential studio potteries in the world. Over the last hundred years scores of potters, students and apprentices from across the world have come to the Leach Pottery to work and train, creating a uniquely international environment on the Cornish coast.
Lemon Street Gallery is one of the country’s leading contemporary galleries. Situated on Lemon Street, Truro, it has an enviable reputation for offering a vibrant eclectic programme of exhibitions and quality publications. The gallery features a wide range of up-and-coming and established British artists.
Established in 1996, The Millennium Gallery, based in St Ives, showcases a unique collection of modern fine art and ceramics. Their aim has been to develop a strong non-urban space that can provide much needed representation of an alternative viewpoint.
The New Craftsman Gallery is the oldest gallery in St Ives and was originally established by Janet Leach, wife of Bernard Leach. The gallery has gained an international reputation amongst artists and showcases contemporary art as well as original paintings by emerging Cornish artists. It also displays a selection of fine pottery and sculptures.
For almost 120 years, Newlyn Art Gallery has been bringing the best in contemporary art to audiences in the south west. The focus at Newlyn Art Gallery is on painting and drawing. Artists working in other areas continue to be a part of the programme on occasions, but the majority of work on display is two-dimensional.
The award-winning Penlee House Gallery & Museum, Penzance, is the only Cornish public gallery specialising in the world famous Newlyn School artists (c.1880 – 1940) including Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Walter Langley, Harold Harvey and Laura Knight. Set in an elegant Victorian house and park, Penlee House also covers West Cornwall’s archaeology and social history, and offers an excellent café and shop, with full wheelchair access throughout.
Penlee House, Penzance, is the only Cornish public gallery specialising in the Newlyn School artists (c.1880 – c.1940) including Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Frank Bramley, Walter Langley and Laura Knight. Set in an elegant Victorian house and park, Penlee House also covers West Cornwall’s archaeology and social history, and offers an excellent café and shop. As well as >> read more
Situated just a stone’s throw away from the sea in the ancient charter town of Marazion, The Summerhouse Gallery is a thriving, beautiful space that exhibits a diverse collection of paintings, sculpture, jewellery and glass. The Summerhouse features both established and up and coming painters. The gallery prides itself on being an inviting and friendly space that is both child and dog friendly and looks forward to welcoming you to Marazion.
The Exchange is a major contemporary art space that opened in 2007 in conjunction with renovations to Newlyn Art Gallery.
The huge space retains the industrial feel of the original telephone exchange and features a large T-shaped gallery showing national and international contemporary art, plus work by some of the best local artists.
The Lander Gallery in Truro exhibits fine art from across four centuries with rich Cornish flavour and it also boasts a licensed café. Living artists are selected for the quality of their work and they regularly show both popular favourites and artists who are exhibiting for the first time. The gallery café is fully licensed and serves cooked breakfasts and lunches. It also sells tasty cakes and scones to have with your tea or coffee.
The Malcolm Sutcliffe Glass Gallery & Studio is a unique gallery situated in the center of the historic town of Penryn. Formally a bakers it now showcases the distinctive contemporary blown glass of Malcolm Sutcliffe and his daughter Rosie Sutcliffe, the gallery opened in 2002 and is a light sunny space perfect for displaying glass. >> read more