Land and Water: Plymouth Society of Artists exhibition at the Council House, Plymouth, Saturday 21 January - Saturday 4 March

Jan 28, 2017

Plymouth’s latest offsite exhibition is now open and features works by selected members of the Plymouth Society of Artists. This is the first in a series of exhibitions that will be staged on the ground floor of the Council House while the Museum and Art Gallery building is closed for redevelopment.


Thelma Hulbert Gallery hosts the South West Academy for the Second Year

Jan 24, 2017

Artists of the South West Academy, together with new Academicians and Associates, bring together a body of work for its second successive Winter Exhibition at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Honiton. The show celebrates a wide selection of work, giving an insight into the expertise and technical skills of established members and new appointments alike, focusing on painting, photography, printmaking and ceramics. The Gallery looks to become a regular in the calendar of Academy shows.


'Spot the Artist' postcard sale raises £13000

Oct 1, 2016

Now in its 10th year the St Ives Rotary Club held another highly successful exhibition of postcard paintings to coincide with the 2016 St Ives September Festival, raising a record sum for local arts charities and Rotary Club good causes alike.


'Affordable August 2016' opens in the Penwith Gallery

Aug 15, 2016

Throughout the month Members and Associate Members of the Penwith Society are showing a range of paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics. With all works priced below £500 it offers an excellent opportunity for the astute buyer.


Thousands turn out for the Man Engine visit

Aug 13, 2016

Intriguing news for many local to Cornwall and to some nationally, even internationally, has been the staged journey of the tallest puppet ever built in the UK. Despite uncharacteristic summer weather, huge numbers invaded the village of Minions to see the visit of the Man Engine on its journey through Cornwall. It was  probably the greatest number of people ever to gather in this tiny village. The narrow approach roads on the high moor were clogged with traffic well in advance of its appearance to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the ten distinct Cornish mining districts being made a UNESCO World Heritage Site.