'knitting group.....and more' Thursdays at Treen Chapel Studio
Join Pat and Jenny from ‘the raveled sleave’ on Thursday mornings (10am to 12) in Treen Chapel Studio for stimulating discussion accompanying hands on knitting (crochet and other textile techniques too). Anyone interested is very welcome. All levels of skill can be seen from those who have never knitted before to those who have been at it for years! Sometimes there's more talk than knitting.......
Open Studios Cornwall 2018 19 - 28 May
Janet Midwinter and Sara Bevan will be sharing a studio at Midwinter Studio, Sennen.
Janet will be selling her wonderful jewellery, framed local photographs and mono printed cards. Sara will be selling original framed paintings, mono prints and cards with a botanical theme and new for this year mono printed artist books. Sara will also be doing some mono printing demonstrations throughout the week.
Come and meet the artists Open all week 10am – 5pm
Examples of some of Sara and Janet's work at Midwinter Studio
Lizard Art Fair 25 March – 15 April
Lisa Lucas has been selected to take part in the 2018 Lizard Art Fair at Trelowarren near Helston. She will be showing some of her recent colourful prints – collaged drypoint on Japanese tissue paper.
Lisa Lucas & Sara Bevan Winter Fayre, Mousehole
The Guild's First Autumn Online Exhibition 14 October - 5 November
This is the Guild's first online exhibition. Each of the artists has submitted 4 items of work. All pieces are for sale and have dimensions, media, price etc included with each image. If you are interested in purchasing any of the work on sale please contact the artists directly via their contact details. Dimensions are of the finished piece and include a mount or frame where applicable. Postage and packing is not included in the prices but can be discussed with the individual artists. We hope you enjoy our exhibition.
All six members of Lands End Guild of Artists are taking part in the popular art event Open Studios Cornwall 2017 which takes place from 27 May – 4 June. Established in 2011 the Guild has a growing reputation for original work of quality and subsequently attracts followers interested not only in their work but also the lives of artists living in the far west of Cornwall. With studios in Sennen, Treen and Crean the multi-talented Guild artists and makers will be opening their doors to welcome visitors to view their latest work.
Guild Artists are listed in the Open Studios handbook as: –
9 - Janet Midwinter – Jewellery & Photography 13 - Pat Furley – Mixed Media/Textiles 14 - Jenny Annely – Mixed Media/ Painting 15 - Sara Bevan – Painting/Printmaking 21 - Lisa Lucas – Printmaking 22 - Hugh Lucas – Furniture/Woodwork
Studios are open daily throughout the event.
Lisa Lucas"Artist on the Wall" at Morvah Schoolhouse May 2017
Lisa Lucas is ‘Artist of the Month’ during November In the sofa room at The Gurnard's Head The Gurnard's Head Near Zennor St. Ives, TR26 3DE
01736 796928 – firstname.lastname@example.org
"Allsorts" Saturday 22 October - Sunday 6 November Morvah Schoolhouse Gallery Hugh & Lisa Lucas together with Katy Hughes, Jane McAlwane, Carol Page Davies & Melanie Stokes
orvah Schoolhouse Gallery show their latest exhibition - "Allsorts" featuring six local artists From 22 October to 6 November Open Tuesday to Sunday 10:30-4:30pm Exhibition Party Sunday 23 October 1-3pm - All welcome
Jenny Annely, Pat Furley, Janet Midwinter and Sara Bevan along with Nicky Huxham
Escalls Chapel will play host to a collective of artists over the half term break.
Jenny Annely, Nicky Huxham, Pat Furley, Janet Midwinter and Sara Bevan have joined forces to put on an exhibition entitled ‘Coastal impressions’. As the title suggests the exhibition promises a host of colourful artworks inspired by the local coastline.
Escalls Methodist Chapel, ‘the one with the surfboard cross’ situated less than a mile from the glorious beaches of Sennen and Gwenver is still a fully functioning Chapel and its impressive interior makes it a perfect space to host this exhibition.
The show runs from Wednesday 26 to Friday 28 October, 11am – 5 pm.
Open Doors Saturday 10 - Sunday 18 September
Lisa Lucas Cave Cottage Studios - Studio door open
"I will be making printing plates...Collagraphs - using collected ‘flotsam and jetsam’; lino cuts; etched plates (non- toxic) and creating templates and stencils for monotypes. I’ll be printing these by hand and on the press.
I’ll demonstrate how I start a painting and show work in progress’’
Open Studios Cornwall 28 May - 5 June 2016
............it’s great to have people visit you and show them your work and talk about it and hopefully have people who appreciate the work listen to you and discuss your methods with you and then maybe even buy something!!!" Anthony Frost (from his Welcome to Open Studios 2016)
For the second year Lands End Guild of Artists throw open their doors............
Bea Duxbury holds a lino cut workshop for Guild members
On February 21 Bea held a wonderful workshop that enthused and inspired.
The Great Annual Studio Sale
Hugh and Lisa Lucas show their work at The Morvah Schoolhouse , 28 January to 6 March.
The raveled sleave at Treen
Jenny Annely and Pat Furley, mixed media artists of 'raveled sleave' now have their studio in the Methodist Chapel at Treen, TR19 6LF. They are holding Open Studio days so contact them on 07720848332 or email email@example.com to find out opening times and how to get there.' Look on Facebook.com/the raveled sleave, for latest news of their work.
Studio sale at Midwinter Studio
Lands End Guild of Artists presents a sale of art, tools and materials, in Sennen, open to all with an emphasis on artists and art lovers.
Channel View, Sennen TR19 7AD Take A30 towards Land's End - studio is on the right - 150yds past First & Last Inn
Guild at Treen Chapel Studio
Treen Chapel Studio, in the clifftop hamlet of Treen, is the venue for the latest exhibition of the Lands End Guild of Artists, taking place between Friday 3 and Sunday 12 July.
Each artist has recently taken part in Open Studios Cornwall; they now come together under one roof at Treen Chapel Studio. Take the opportunity to meet all the Guild artists and view their latest work in this unique venue.
The Guild artists and makers are; Jenny Annely – painting and textiles, Pat Furley – textiles, Sara Bevan – painting, Hugh Lucas – woodwork, Lisa Lucas – painting and Janet Midwinter – jewellery.
Visitors and locals remember Treen Chapel when it was an active and supportive place of worship. Now that it is closed for worship it is a temporary working studio for Jenny Annely and Pat Furley, a peaceful, stimulating place in which to work, retaining an air of calmness and joy. Passers-by and art lovers enjoy seeing creations in textiles and paint, whilst others remember the Chapel from the past and stop by to talk about their memories and its history.
The exhibition is open daily from 10am to 5pm - Friday 3 to Sunday 12 July 2015.
Treen Chapel Studio, Treen, St Levan TR19 6LF
Studios Open for Lands End Guild of Artists
“Open Studios represents a feast of creativity and ingenuity, an unofficial network flung across one of England’s most dramatic counties” Patrick Gale (novelist and screenwriter).
At Treen Chapel, Sara Bevan works on her land and seascape paintings and drawings, Jenny Annely shows her paintings and textiles inspired by our past industrial landscape while raveled sleave (Pat Furley) creates textile art in various forms; vessels, wall hangings, bags and much more.
Taking place at Cave Cottage Studios, Lisa Lucas shares her semi-abstract bird paintings and examples of printmaking and “Kismet” jewellery, while Hugh Lucas reveals techniques used in his woodwork and furniture making.
In Channel View Studio, Janet Midwinter, of Midwinter Silver, throws light on her jewellery practice; pieces of her hand crafted sterling silver and copper jewellery will be available.
The artists’ work is on sale at their studios.
Studios open from 11 daily from Saturday 23 until Sunday 31 May 2015.
December 13th (Saturday) and 14th (Sunday) 11 – 4pm. Pop in and see us if you’re having a walk, out for lunch or just fancy joining us in the chapel for a yarn or two! Treen Chapel is in the village of Treen opposite the car park entrance. Take the Treen turn between Penberth and Porthcurno, past the Logan Rock Inn and park in the car park. TR19 6LF.
The Guild "go to town"
“go to town” is our Christmas Exhibition in Penzance, it will be held upstairs at Circa 21, a new, successful and quirky establishment selling artisan gifts and retro finds, found at 21 Market Jew Street, Penzance. Exhibition runs from Monday 8 to Saturday 13 December between 10am and 5pm every day.
The Guild’s Annual festive get-together, our “Winter Warmer” will be held at The Apple Tree Café, Trevescan, Sennen (just off the A30), on Sunday 7 December between 4 and 6pm.
Our work will include; textiles, woodwork, jewellery, painting, prints, handmade cards and Christmas decorations.
We will be accompanied by “The Purls” - ukulele players. Do join us for mulled wine and mince pies.
Four Penwith artists have come together as 'Atelier Arts' to show a variety of approaches to the subject 'Evidence'. Both two and three dimensional works in paint, ceramics and textiles engage with the concept of the persistence of place as well as showing evidence of the process of making, as demonstrated in the elegant pottery of ceramic artist Serena Gwynn and the vibrant textile vessels of Pat Furley.
Paintings by Jenny Annely and Carole Ann Grace are concerned with the traces of past industrial heritage and the significant marks left on the landscape, expressed as lingering memories and presences.
Based in Penzance and Treen, all four artists have a strong affinity to the Cornish landscape and its people, celebrating the diversity to be found in this locality with a joyous collection; evidence of their creativity and skills.
Saturday 3 - Friday 9 May 10.30 am - 5.30 pm daily.
Lisa Lucas is exhibiting at Morvah Schoolhouse Gallery as their featured artist for the month of March. The newly refurbished café space will host the exhibition entitled ‘Hope Springs Eternal’. Birds, butterflies and plants are just some of the delicate images that appear in Lisa’s paintings and prints. Also inspired by her travels in Morocco she has created a series of warm red paintings to cheer us as we move from Winter into Spring. 'I hope the fresh lightness of my work will be a like a breath of Spring air to all who visit Morvah Schoolhouse. I really enjoyed exhibiting in the unique gallery space last summer with fellow members of the Lands End Guild of Artists so when I was invited back for a solo ‘mini’ show in the café I was delighted!’ The show runs until April 30. The gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday and all Bank Holidays 10.30am to 4.30pm
An exhibition of work by Lisa Lucas Sara Bevan Claire Lucas
'There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the earth' at The Bay Restaurant, Hotel Penzance
Saturday 7 September to Saturday 5 October
Lisa Lucas - Solo exhibition Gulval 23 June to 20 July
June 9 to 21 A Guild exhibition"Colouring the Land" at The Morvah Schoolhouse
The Lands End Guild of Artists will be exhibiting their work in the beautiful setting of Morvah Schoolhouse Gallery. The Guild, now in its third year, is building a reputation for originality and diversity – “We all feel a strong draw to the land and sea – which inspires a stunning natural collection” Showing their work will be Basma Ashworth, Claire Lucas, Sara Bevan, Amanda Richardson, Hugh Lucas, Janet Midwinter, Lisa Lucas, Felt at Sea and the raveled sleave. The exhibition, “Colouring the Land”, is an exciting mix of painting, textiles, woodwork and jewellery.
The Morvah School House Gallery, Morvah, Pendeen, Penzance TR208YN
Open Studios - May 25 to June 2
The raveled sleave
We will be open from Saturday 25 May to Saturday 1 June (excluding Thursday 30) from 11am to 5pm. Come and see us in Treen, car parking, cafe and glorious coastal walks a bonus! In particular we are offering the chance to have the following: Spinning - demonstration and opportunity to have a go.....spinning wheel and drop spindle Sunday 26th May from 12noon Monday 27th May from 12noon Friday 31st May from 1.30pm Weaving – large basic loom for anyone to have a go - also demonstration of peg and table looms using sheep fleece and mixed yarns Knitting – we are passionate about knitting - come and talk to us and have a look at what we do – have a go yourself! Hand Felting – sheep fleece for rugs and mats; wet felting for small items. Have a go. Small charge for materials and take away what you make Weaving, Knitting and Hand Felting – opportunities throughout the week
Street-an-Nowan (2 doors from cafe) and in Treen Chapel Treen St Levan Penzance TR19 6LF
Sarah Bevan at The Bank Square Gallery
"The north wind doth blow" Sara will be showing with three other local artists from 1 to 24 December
5 Bank Square, St. Just-in-Penwith, Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7HH Tel. 01736 788222
An acclaimed success over the first two weeks of September at Amanda Richardson's studio "An Vellan" Crean Bottoms St Buryan Penzance
“Great artistic experience.” J,A,M&Z.E. “Going home to knit, felt and paint.” J.L. “An absolutely lovely show. What talent!” B&J.M. “Lovely work by each an’ all! I leave feeling very inspired.” H.P. “Lovely exhibition – great variety of work.” W.M. “Thank you for a lovely visit, with wonderful art, chat and information!” V.W. “Lovely – Especially the textile work and wood!” M&S.C. “Stunning. Lovely mix of fantastic skills.” A.G. “Reflects the area.” S.A.L. “Very impressed.” S.M. “Lovely collection of arts and crafts as well as extremely friendly folk!” C&S. “A truly stunning exhibition of the first rate. Of course, we made the journey to find you (all the way from Penzance!) but I would be so bold as to suggest that an exhibition of this quality deserves to be seen by as wide an audience as possible. Perhaps this might be an option next time. However this is a great space, beautifully curated.” C.A.&D.G. “Artwork – Wonderful. Coffee – Excellent.” R&G.H. “Good to see mixed media – excellent textile work.” “A very inspirational exhibition and a bonus to meet three of the artists and try out one of the bog chairs!” D.E. “Beautiful, cohesive exhibition.” E.K. “Lovely fresh friendly feel.”