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Until 16th December
The second chapter in an ongoing series of online mixed exhibitions responding to the rhythm of the seasons, also known as ‘the wheel of the year’. Read more here.
Until 5th December
Andrew Hardwick: The Last of the Silence
This is Andrew Hardwick’s fifth solo exhibition at Anima Mundi. His sedimentary paintings display his captivation with ever-decreasing wilderness zones, both natural and man-made, playing with and subverting traditional notions of romantic landscape painting and the sublime. Find out more here
Jonathan Michael Ray: Long Way Home
Much of Jonathan Michael Ray’s art practice, primarily sculptural, utilizing a diverse and ever growing skillset of medium and mode, has become deeply connected to his surroundings. Routine exploration of the landscape, both rural and urban, often leads to a gathering of artefacts that may then become the basis of new works. Find out more here
Anima Mundi | Street-an-Pol, St Ives TR26 2DS | animamundigallery.com/
Belgrave St Ives
Until 7th November
Contemporary Gallery Painters
An exhibition of work by 20 invited artists, including: Virginia Bounds, Jessica Cooper, Henrietts Dubrey, John Emanuel, Anthony Frost, Luke Frost, Jeffrey Harris, Bo Hilton, Liz Hough, Stuart Knowles, Ffiona Lewis, Jason Lilley, Mary Mabbutt, Felicty Mara, Jane Mac Miadhachain, Alice Mumford, Sarah Poland, Brian Rise, Graham Rich, Eric Ward, and Jack Watson.
20th November-9th January
Winter Exhibition 2022
Limited edition prints, works on paper, paintings, and ceramics.
You can view exhibitions on the gallery website, or in person by appointment (call 01736 794888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Belgrave St Ives | Higher Bussow Farm, Towednack TR26 3BB | belgravestives.co.uk/
Until 15th April
Michael Leach Exhibition
Michael Leach (1913-85) was Bernard Leach’s second son. He is well known for establishing and working at Yelland Pottery, in North Cornwall, for the majority of his career. With pots and stories mostly provided by Michael’s family and former students, this exhibition explores his work and ideas in relation to the Leach legacy and his own practice.
Leach Pottery | Higher Stennack, St Ives TR26 2HE | leachpottery.com/
New Craftsman Gallery
19th November-6th January
Anna Calleja: New Collection
New work by Maltese-born artist Anna Calleja will be exhibited at the New Craftsman Gallery throughout the Christmas season. Read our full story.
New Craftsman Gallery | Fore Street, St Ives TR26 1HE | newcraftsmanstives.com/
4th November-8th January
Members’ Winter Exhibition
A diverse exhibition of sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings, and prints from members of the Penwith Society of Arts.
Associates’ Winter Exhibition
Sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings, photographs, and prints from associate members.
Bruce Timson: New Paintings
A selection of semi-abstract landscape and still paintings produced since 2019. “I initially record the environment through observational drawing and watercoour studies,” says Bruce. “Elements of this source material are then artificially collapsed onto board and then abstracted to a lesser or greater degree through the process of paiting.” He is influenced by modernist painters such as Peter Lanyon, Richard Diebenkorn, Ben Nicholson, and Matisse.
Back Road West, St Ives TR26 1NL | penwithgallery.com/
Penwith Gallery | Back Road West, St Ives TR26 1NL | penwithgallery.com/
18th February-18th March
A group show of artists new to the gallery.
25th March-13th May
Nick Bodimeade with select ceramics
A solo exhibition featuring Nick’s large-scale oil paintings, alongside carefully curated ceramics.
St Ives Society of Artists
Until 18th November
Mariners Gallery: Members’ Autumn Show
A diverse range of artwork, printmaking, and sculpture from St Ives Society of Artists’ 75 members.
St Ives Society of Artists | Mariners Gallery, Norway Square, St Ives TR26 1NA | stisa.co.uk/
Tate St Ives
Until 4th December
An installation reflecting upon conditions of disintegration, erasure, and metamorphosis.
Until 15th January
Burçak Bingöl: Minor Vibrations on Earth
An exhibition transforming the gallery into a kiln-like space with ceramic works.
26th November -1st May
Barbara Hepworth: Art and Life
Discover more about Barbara Hepworth, a leading figure in the international art scene, who made St Ives her home after moving here at the outbreak of the second world war.
Porthmeor Beach, St Ives TR26 1TG | tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives
Tate St Ives | Porthmeor Beach, St Ives TR26 1TG | tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives
One-off events and workshops
13th February: Clay Puzzle Workshop at Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives, 10.30am-12.30pm. For all ages, but under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. Find out more here.
16th February: Young Potter’s Wheel Workshops at Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives. 10am-11am (ages 12-18); 1.45pm-2.45pm and 3.15pm-4.15pm (ages 7-11). Find out more here.
17th February: Clay Puzzle Workshop at Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives, 10.30am-12.30pm. For all ages, but under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. Find out more here.
18th February: Knit One, Weave One at St Ives Library, 1pm-4pm. Learn how to use an embroidery hoop as a loom, a simple weaving technique, and how to use a variety of textured yarns to create a piece of colourful woven art. Bring an embroidery hoop — all other materials will be supplied.
25th February: Art Explorers, club for children aged between four and seven, and their parents/carer. At St Ives Library, 10am-11am. Find out more here.
25th February: Young Creatives, club for children aged eight and above, and is a drop-off session. At St Ives Library, 11.15am-12.15pm. Find out more here.
4th March: Art Explorers, club for children aged between four and seven, and their parents/carer. At St Ives Library, 10am-11am. Find out more here.
4th March: Young Creatives, club for children aged eight and above, and is a drop-off session. At St Ives Library, 11.15am-12.15pm. Find out more here.
11th March: Art Explorers, club for children aged between four and seven, and their parents/carer. At St Ives Library, 10am-11am. Find out more here.
11th March: Young Creatives, club for children aged eight and above, and is a drop-off session. At St Ives Library, 11.15am-12.15pm. Find out more here.
17th March: Leach Pottery planning application consultation at the pottery. All welcome. 4pm-6pm.
18th March: St Ives Kite Festival workshops at St Ives Library, 10am-noon and 1pm-3pm.