With the fresh New Year now upon us, we wanted to kickstart our blog again and what better way to start than a look back at all of our most liked Instagram posts from both Beside the Wave Cornwall and Beside The Wave London from 2016 – catching us up to today and celebrating some of our favourite work from the year.
Painting of the Day• We love how Erin Ward captures a stormy winter scene in the glorious ‘Storm Sweeping Over’ / oil on canvas/ £700
•Painting of the Day• The magnificent ‘Porthcothan Cliffs’ Oil on canvas / 110 cm x 120 cm / £4,750 by Paul Lewin has been attracting a lot of attention in the gallery this week already.
Paintings by Amy Albirght (left) and Kerry Harding (middle and right) in our newly opened show ‘Krowji’, with ceramics by Louisa Taylor. Find out more about the show on our website.
•Painting of the Day• Nancy Crewe’s ‘Say Goodbye to Charlie’/£1,200/ Acrylic on canvas. Focusing on the relationship between painter and place , Nancy depicts a memory of what has been seen or experienced. You can See more of Nancys work on our website or in the gallery.
From left to right: ‘Tower Bridge and Barges, Late Afternoon’ and ‘Barges on the Thames, East of Tower Bridge’, both acrylic on board, by Alasdair Lindsay.
We love being immersed in this atmospheric corner with the poetic, semi-abstract paintings of Elisa McLeod and the striking stoneware pots of Norman Yap.
•Painting of the Day• to celebrate the official first day of winter here we have Sarah Wimperis’ atmospheric scene of the Helford River ‘Dusk and Mist, January 12th’ | £450 | oil on board
‘Storm,Trethias Island’ by Nigel Chamberlain is featured in our new show ‘Start a Collection’ where we are offering lower gallery prices on selected artworks and the chance for you to build your own art collection at a more affordable price. See more works in the gallery now!
We generally need no encouragement when it comes to coffee – especially with us being situated right beside a fantastic french cafe that knows our orders off by heart and these exquisite original handmade espresso cups, mugs and coffee cups by Sue Binns.
Detail of ‘Early Evening, Primrose Hill’, oil on canvas, 90 x 103 cm, by Benjamin Warner. A view we are especially fond of, masterfully captured at that time of day that the park’s lights are just starting to glow.
‘Lines of Flight’, oil on linen, 100 X 100cm, by Amy Albright, on display with ceramics by Ali Tomlin and jewellery by Nicola Bottono.
•Artist of the day• We love Erin Ward’s energetic landscapes. Working from memory Erin lets the process of painting take over and uses thin washes to thick impasto paint to play with texture and depth.
It’s the final week of our current show ‘The Art School’ and we have been so pleased by the response to this impressive mix of talent from past students of the Falmouth School of Art/Falmouth University. In our window for the final week are the paintings of Jon Doran, one of our most recent graduates from the University but fast becoming one of our most sought after artists.
‘I love to paint, to push the pigments around the canvas, to smudge them together or to lay clean blocks of colour on top of each other until my impression of land, sea and sky looks and feels how I know it to be’ Imogen Bone Such an exquisite new collection of paintings by Imogen Bone, inspired by recent travels to Iceland.
Painting of the Day• The amazing ‘Cornish Seas Hold Their Own Secrets’ by Amanda Hoskin / £3,900/ Oil on canvas.
Painting of the day • Myles Oxenford’s ‘Kynance’ is bringing colour to this grey day in Falmouth.