8 June 2022 - 2 July 2022


A new group exhibition makes its way to London, celebrating the brilliance of Cornwall's robust creative community. New paintings & sculpture unveil by names known and new to Thompson's London.


From 1-25 June 2022, at 3 Seymour Place.

Register interest or request information - enquiries@thompsonsgallery.co.uk



Wheal Coates and Botallack Churn

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Instagram: Cornwallchurnart

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Around Cornwall in 38 Churns is a passionately created art project by Sue Dennett to raise funds for Cornwall Hospice Care whilst showcasing Cornwall’s very talented artists and also high lighting various stunning locations across the county.

Each one of the artists involved have donated their time and talent to this project.

These very beautiful milk churns were kindly donated by Rodda’s Cornish Clotted Cream and the logo for the project was created by Blumin Creative.

Once all the painted churns are completed they will be on display either in the artists’ gallery or placed around Cornwall in places of interest or famous attractions. The idea is to create a fun and inspiring trail and donate along the way… if you so wish.

Each churn will be auctioned off in September with the auction being facilitated by David Lay Auctions where all the proceeds will go to Cornwall Hospice Care.

I love Cornwall Visit Cornwall is also kindly assisting, making this an impressive and interesting exercise. There will be either an interactive map plus printed leaflets explaining which artists are kindly donating their time and where the completed churns will be displayed. So look out for the trail and make sure you follow and share our social media pages and stay tuned for all the latest updates and beautiful churn pictures.


An exhibition at Enys Gardens, Penryn (near Falmouth), Cornwall. Cubist inspired landscape and seascape paintings looking at the history and heritage of Cornwall.
Plein air paintings specific to Cornwall's dramatic coastlines. A day out with an easel, canvas, brushes and paint from the cliffs at Polzeath.

Market House gallery – Marazion, Cornwall

Market House Gallery, Marazion, Cornwall for St Ives Post-War and Contemporary Cornish Art. We are also one of the Countries leading stockists of Cornish Potteries including Troika and Studio Ceramics of yesteryear. Specialists in Terry Frost.

Contact – Paul Longthorne
Phone – 01736 710252

Email - markethousegall@btconnect.com


Karensa Art - Padstow, Cornwall

Karensa art gallery is located in Market Street, near to the harbour in Padstow and is owned and run by Cornish-born Mary Hamilton.
The firm has been established as a main street shop in Padstow, North Cornwall. The words 'Kara' and 'Kerensa' have meanings in the Cornish language connected with love and fellowship. It is appropriate as a name for the business which effectively 
means 'Love Art'.
We like to say "Love Art : Love the Artist" as we know each of the artists and who exhibit in the gallery on a personal level and enjoy their regular visits to the shop. I often paint in the gallery during gallery opening times. The customers can meet me and watch how my painting develops throughout the day.

Please feel free to call the gallery for details: 
Phone: 01841 534944
Email: info@karensaart.com

Galleria St.Ives, Cornwall

Contemporary and traditional art - St.Ives, Cornwall

5 Tregenna Hill, St. Ives, TR26 1SE

Phone: 01736 448040

Email: galleriastives@btinternet.com