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Discover Portscatho’s Artist’s Retreat

January 24, 2020

The New Gallery’s homely vibe might throw some visitors when they soon discover that the work is by some of the most established artists in the country.

Meet the Maker – Printmaker Trevor Price

January 7, 2020

There’s something wonderfully nostalgic about the work of award-winning printmaker Trevor Price, from his post-modernism colour palettes to Picasso-esque compositions, alongside his love for the former stomping ground of Hepworth and Nicholson that is St Ives.

Penlee’s Largest Ever Photographic Exhibition Celebrating the people of West Cornwall

January 3, 2020

Penlee House Gallery & Museum is kicking off the new year with a spectacular photographic exhibition the celebrates the lives of the people of West Cornwall.

Made to Last: Truro’s Textile Treasure Trove

December 6, 2019

Whether it’s macrame, crochet, sewing, dressmaking, cushion making, knitting or any other kind of textile creativity, here’s why Truro Fabrics needs to be your point of call. 

A Homage to Frenchman’s Creek – with Kurt Jackson

November 7, 2019

Kurt Jackson and nature often go hand in hand. The renowned artist, based in Cornwall, is no stranger to dedicating and submerging himself into nature to achieve the desired effect in his work, and his latest exhibition, Frenchman’s Creek, see’s this iconic location come to life through Kurt’s unique and captivating style.

A Quest to Interview Some of Cornwall and Beyond’s Most Influential Modern Artists…

November 5, 2019

Discover the story behind one photographer’s quest to capture the minds and inspirations of some of today’s most influential modern artists in print.

But What Is It? A Guide to Abstract Art.

October 22, 2019

A realistic and approachable look on abstract art, fine art guru Mercedes Smith is here to tell you why abstract art is something to fall in love with.

Feature: From Bottle to Root; the Gin Company Giving Back to Their Local Environment.

October 22, 2019

Did you know that when you buy a bottle of gin from the St Ives Liquor Company, a tree gets planted? Well, it does! Thanks to a new collaboration, this family-run gin business is giving back to their local environment.

A Q&A with Maker Emma Joyce

September 10, 2019

Emma Joyce first started making jewellery on her 50th birthday when she was given a class for a gift. Today, she is a successful jewellery maker with a passion for exploration. Here, she chats to myCornwall about inspirations, taking risks and her unique material style.

A Walk Through – Yew Tree Gallery

August 29, 2019

Enveloped in the wild pastures of West Penwith, Yew Tree Gallery has proudly stood in this windy part of Cornwall for the last twenty years, combining nature and art to create some fascinating exhibitions that are worth the journey to see.