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‘A LIGHT TOUCH’

23 rd July – 23rd August
(except 9 – 13th when a Dance Workshop takes place in the gallery)


This exhibition brings together 5 painters, 2 potters, a sculptor and 2 glassmakers from Cornwall and beyond. Continuing to show through the summer are jewellers GUY ROYLE and GINA COWEN, and ANNE WOODROW adds a collection of silver necklaces and bangles.


Laurel Keeley ceramics and paintings by Janet Lynch.
LAUREL KEELEY’s ceramics are handbuilt in stoneware, often square bowl forms and wrapped cylinders. Deep turquoise glaze and bronze-gold add to the sense of sea and rocks in her imagery, although this is merely suggested.
Laurel Keeley - ceramic dish
'Ammonite Plate' Laurel Keeley
13ins diam. stoneware  
'June 6th 2005' Janet Lynch
19 x 19 ins
acrylic
 
JANET LYNCH’s abstracts in acrylic are based on the ever changing colours and forms she sees from her house on the beach at Lelant, near St Ives.
Momentum - Janet Lynch
'Momentum' Janet Lynch
20 x 15
acrylic
 
Summer - Janet Lynch
'Summer' Janet Lynch
acrylic  
Four Seasons in One Day - Saul Cathcart
'Four Seasons in One Day' Saul Cathcart
31 x 41 cm
mixed media
 
Young SAUL CATHCART (a recent Fine Arts graduate) comes from North Cornwall. His lively watercolours show weather in all its aspects in his local landscape.
Bright Light - Saul Cathcart
'Bright Light' Saul Cathcart
20 x 32.5cm
watercolour
 
Bright Light - Saul Cathcart
'High in the Light' Saul Cathcart
40 x 50cm
mixed media
 

A mystical quality in SUE JAMIESON’S oil paintings is enhanced by her emotive use of colour.

Small raku sculptures add further insight to her work.

Woman Feeding Birds - Sue Jamieson
Woman Feeding Birds
Sue Jamieson
17 x 21 ins
oil
 


Sue Jamieson
Guardian with Red Bird
Sue Jamieson
18x14 ins
oil
 
Sculpture - Sue Jamieson
Sculpture
Sue Jamieson
Shadows with Red - Sue Jamieson
Shadow Figures and Red
Sue Jamieson
14x12 ins
oil
 

Autumn Music - Robin Richmond
'Autumn Music' Robin Richmond
collage  
ROBIN RICHMOND (from London) lives part of each year in rural France. Her mixed media paintings are semi-abstract and can be read at several levels.

FRANK PHILLIPS (now living permanently in France) depicts happy memories of many years in Cornwall in a stylized interpretation of harbours, coves and moors.
Penwith Patchwork - Frank Philips
'Penwith Patchwork' Frank Philips
10 x 10 ins
watercolour
 
ALISON PROCTOR’S striking Ripple Pots are made in white earthenware, with clear- cut bands of colour.
Undulating Ripple Vase by Alison Proctor
'Undulating Ripple Vase' Alison Proctor
12 ins high
 

Giclee prints of FRANCES MARSH’s paintings of pure light complete the wall-hung works.

Further images and information available from Gilly on 01736 786425 or click here to email



Please contact us if you would like to see images of other works in this exhibition.
01736 786425

Yew Tree Gallery