YEW TREE GALLERY, on the West coast of Cornwall, is set among fields and gardens facing the Atlantic, against a backdrop of the ancient moors of Penwith. The village of Morvah lies about a mile away, with the erstwhile mining community of Pendeen and Botallack to the south-west.
The gallery buildings nestle into the landscape at Keigwin, a farming hamlet on the B3306 coast road between St Ives and St Just. Exhibitions are held from Easter to October, curated by Gilly Wyatt Smith who previously ran Yew Tree Gallery in Derbyshire then Gloucestershire for 30 years.
Several exhibitions follow a theme that links us to our environment - both particular to this place but also embracing the wider realm of the planet. Exhibitors are selected for the individual quality of their work, whether it be painting, sculpture, ceramics, glass, textiles or jewellery. Many, but not all, the artists work in Cornwall. Overall, the gallery aims to show work of the highest calibre which expresses the true soul of the artist.
For enquiries about events, call Gilly Wyatt Smith on 01736 786425 (e/mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) and look up the website www.yewtreegallery.com, which shows images of work currently on exhibition.
Visitors to the gallery are invited to wander through the sculpture gardens, through the organic potager with its wildlife pond, and enjoy the views as well as the works of art and plants, herbs and saladings, which are also for sale when crops are abundant.
See our website www.yewtreegallery.com for details of past, current and future exhibitions, or ring Gilly on 01736 786425, or e-mail email@example.com
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Yew Tree Gallery
Yew Tree Gallery