Evelyn Wiliams’ Intinmate Whispers show. Photograph: Anima Mundi
Anima Mundi, based in St Ives’ Street-an-Pol, is endeavouring to make viewing its latest exhibitions as easy as possible online.
A spokesperson said: “In an attempt to offer our online followers a more holistic online experience, we have introduced the ability to view works in scale for our current exhibitions.
“When you click on the thumbnail images on the exhibition pages you can now view the work in a room setting and enquire about the work from the same page. We hope this gives a greater context of the works, especially in light of not being able to currently view in person.”
There are two current exhibitions: Sacred Book, by Carlos Zapata, and Intimate Whispers, by Evelyn Williams.
Of the former, the gallery says: “Simultaneously sophisticated yet folkesque carvings deriving from a pan-cultural pollination, coalesce with fragrant pieces of rough uncarved wood in Carlos Zapata’s quiet and contemplative studio, a former farm building on the outskirts of Falmouth.” The exhibition pieces can be viewed here.
Of Evelyn Williams, Anima Mundi says: “Arguably less known that many of her male contemporaries, despite winning the John Moores Prize for sculpture, Williams produced an unrivalled body of work, unguardedly expressing the wide ranging complexities of the human condition.” Her exhibition pieces can be viewed here.