Carol Lander Exhibition – April 2015
Carol Lander must be one of this country’s leading exponents of the art of linocut printmaking. From reduction and multiblock prints she evokes the wonderful tones and shapes of our landscapes by producing crisp multi- layered prints.
Having always wanted to be an artist it took the trauma of the necessity and receiving of a kidney transplant 21 years ago to bounce her into turning her aspirations into reality.
“Keith’s Farm” – Keith Bennett Exhibition October 2014
Keith wanders across the north coast of West Cornwall and particularly at Porthmeor Farm to meet his subjects. He then brings a particular facility to representing the way light catches the wool on his sheep or the eyelashes of his lonesome cows – the results are very lovable.Read More
“In the West” – Laura Hodgson Exhibition – August 2014
Laura Hodgson returns to The Alverton Gallery for an August showing of her atmospheric paintings of the cliffs and moors near Botallack.
‘I love how the world continually forms, dissolves and reforms as we watch. I am driven to recapture this entrancing play of detail, texture and colour – I love to create a surface that moves and changes with the viewers’ eye, where both deliberate detail and spontaneous impression are united by the natural evolution of media on canvas.’Read More
“The Other Side of Strange” – Janet Groves Exhibition November 2013
The Other Side of Strange Janet Groves brings her individual visual language to The Alverton Gallery this November. Whether it is the continuing saga of the life of Edgar Nevermore, the Raven, rendered in jewel-like colours or the re-visioning of impressionist masterpieces, Janet demonstrates the skill that had her voted into membership of the […]Read More
“Fizzing Dreams” – Rachel Henson Exhibition July 2013
Rachel has been painting for over twenty years now and the driving force behind her inspiration is nature, from the first shoot appearing in spring time, to the magnificently vibrant colours of summer flowers. Having been born in Cornwall and living here for most of her life, apart from a short spell away at college, […]Read More