April/May: ‘Character and Setting’ – an exhibition of etchings by John Howard RE – from his time as artist in residence at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and Hugo Jones – whose portraits capture expression through line, finding movement in the contours of the face.
June/July: Contemporary still-life paintings by Si Hamling who studied painting and printmaking at Falmouth School of Art.
Join us for another fun-filled, fact-finding day focusing on Food and Resilience.
Featuring The Big Village Lunch in the Tolmen Centre Marquee from 1:00 – 2:00 pm.
Everyone welcome – bring food to share.
Plus an all-day programme of varied displays, information and activities at the Tolmen Centre and Constantine Church.
The full programme can be downloaded here.
Two medics – one retired, the other at the start of her career – are showing paintings inspired by their travels.
From January: Figurative paintings by Jo King celebrating film noir, pop art, portraiture and life studies. His work is exhibited, published and collected internationally.
From February 24th: Drawings by Lynne Treloar, which focus on the artist’s passion for rural life, are shown alongside photographs documenting local history. Much of the work was made at Carwythenack Farm.
In April and May, Patrick Thomas and Daniel Kerrison Stock, currently studying Illustration and Painting respectively at Camberwell School of Art will show paintings and some collaborative works.
From June we have a ‘Secret Postcard’ exhibition, with some well known names, raising money for the pre-school.
The Female Experience. A solo exhibition of 15 works by figurative artist Tracey Miles BA(hons) PGCE.
Participating in Open Studios.