The Heart of the Matter

14 July - 19 August

The Heart of the Matter is an exhibition that brings together art and medicine to reflect on the human heart. The heart can symbolise romantic love and the centre of human emotion, but it is also the engine room of our body and an intricate piece of machinery. Through artworks inspired by patients with heart […]

Abstract Artfulness – Perceptions of Portugal

August 23 - 29

  In June 2018 South West based artist Becky Buchanan spent a month at the artist residency ‘Foundation Obras’ in Estremoz, Portugal. This exhibition is a collection of the bold large scale works that Becky painted during that time, along with subsequent artwork that has been informed by her experience. Becky is an artist who […]

Lost Ways

August 31 - September 05

New Sculpture by Harriet Aston In the modern, urban world, there are confused borderlands, mid-way between organised town and organised countryside. These edge-lands resist definition – and that vagueness can be desolate, even menacing. A gallery space is also a space of dislocation that can dissolve clear boundaries. But, out of the unease and disturbance, […]

The Ten

Harriet Eagle, Helen Falconar, Annie Farrer, Lucia Jones, Lynette Kay, Kay Lynn, Brian MacShane, Jane Overbury, Lesley Plumridge and Mary Trapp September 14 - 23

THE TEN is a collective of ten artists formed in St Ives in 2016. Based across the UK, their work covers a multitude of disciplines ranging from painting and sculpture to installation. Their eponymous exhibition will showcase a broad range of contemporary art and marks their second exhibition as a collective.    

Carbon Prints – Jack Everett

Jack Everett 29 September - 03 October

Having not exhibited in the UK for some years Jack Everett has arrived at printing geometrical solid wooden blocks onto paper. With the sculptors urge to tell the narrative deep within the tree, these prints form a large body of work that explore how grain patterning exposes structure in surprising ways. By burning and brushing out his […]