17th March 2024

Some fantastic pieces have just arrived. Lizzie Black is local to the Tyler Gallery in the village. She paints en plein air: her unmistakable depictions consistently feature Mousehole and West Penwith.

Julia Cooper paints still life work from her studio, further along the south coast at Fowey. Her recent series are apt to include wonderful shades of blue. 

Please contact us if you have any queries.

15th February 2024

An offering of the most uplifting colours and movement through paintings and sculptures at the Tyler Gallery. We hope you enjoy this (non-exhaustive) selection of work by Mike Hindle, Michael Chaikin, John Piper and Tom Rickman.

February 2024

Harold Harvey (1874 - 1941) was a Cornish born, en plein-air painter. He was notable for his influential role in the artist colony; the Newlyn School. Between 1st May - 28th September, a remarkable 50-piece assemblage of Harvey’s paintings will be on display in celebration of the 150th anniversary of his birth.

Link to Penlee House 

Some fantastic new works have arrived at the gallery by Neil Pinkett and Jill Eisele. 

Both artists taking inspiration from the Cornish Landscape. 

If you require any more information about the work then please do contact us

January 2024

Jill Eisele is a Cornwall artist that loves to paint in oils.  Jill says "I am always trying to use it in different ways…thin, thick, with collage or with sand and raw pigment. Paintings are typically on Canvas, but some are on paper and therefore under glass. Colour is enormously important, and I hope all my pieces resonate in some colourful way. I always have several pieces on the go at any one time. Paintings are finished when they say something beyond the obvious".

Having painted and drawn for most of her life, She has been influenced by countless artists. such as...

March 2023

Andrew Lanyon is an artist son of the esteemed St Ives and Newlyn artist of the St Ives and Newlyn’s artist George Peter Lanyon, and grandson of Herbert Lanyon, the important photographer-recorder of the St Ives colony of artists from the earliest days. Andrew wears this family mantel with great wit and charm, creating pithy and witty works of art in sculpture, found objects and collages, and tells their stories in fiction laced with allegory. 

His work, both in books and in various media forms, is eagerly sought by collectors and museums. “Von Ribbentrop” in St Ives was an...

The St Ives School

Although they did not see themselves as part of a group or school, the term St Ives School is often used to refer to the artists associated with the fishing town of St Ives in West Cornwall, which became a centre for modern and abstract developments in British art from the 1940s to the 1960s

With its special quality of light, artists have been drawn to the small fishing town of St Ives in west Cornwall since the beginning of the 19th century. After the extension of the railway in 1877 it made access to the remote town an even more appealing destination for them.

In 1928...