The Main Gallery showcases the strength of the Penwith Society’s Members with a powerful exhibition of two and three dimensional work displayed together with ceramics and pottery of the highest order. New hangings are invariably met with excited anticipation and, once again the spacious area, graced with superb natural lighting, does not disappoint with this second exhibition of the year.
Showing in the Studio Gallery until 3rd May is Strepitus Crepitus Fragor (Snap, Crackle, Pop), the work of four emerging artists curated by Penwith Society of Arts member Naomi Frears.
In the New Gallery can be found ’NSA 293', the presentation of an ongoing series of Newlyn Society members’ exhibitions that go back well over 100 years. The Newlyn Society has a membership of some 90 artists with the aim of embracing an inclusive approach to subject and medium. This particular exhibition offers diversity of practice to include painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography and video. The exhibition closes on the 18th May.