New Film for Jason Wason's Inside Out exhibition
Posted November 21, 2016
Withiel continues to blossom
Posted September 15, 2016
A gentle stroll through the six -acre plot offers an eclectic journey of sculptural and spiritual delight. There’s something around every corner - along the paths and borders, on the formal lawns, and even among the fruit, vegetables, ﬂowers and herbs of the kitchen garden.
This is our most successful year to date as this romantic and healing garden set within an ancient landscape has been enjoyed by an increasing number of our most discerning members.
Please contact the gallery to make an appointment before the end of September when the garden will close in order to begin preparations for 2017!
Reflection exhibition at Salisbury Cathedral
Posted August 18, 2016
Reflection, is a spectacular exhibition featuring specially made pieces by nine internationally known artists working with glass now open at Salisbury Cathedral.
The exhibition explores the theme of reflection both as a visual response to the Cathedral’s beautiful medieval building and as a stimulus for meditative reflection.
The exhibition is curated by Jacquiline Creswell, the Cathedral’s Visual Arts Advisor, and Rebecca Newnham, a sculptor who works with glass. Other artists featured in this superb exhibition are Galia Amsel, Sabrina Cant, Amy Cushing, Sally Fawkes, Olivia Fink, Richard Jackson, Louis Thompson and Sylvie Vandenhoucke.
Lemon Street Gallery is working in collaboration with gallery artists Sally Fawkes , Richard Jackson and Salisbury Cathedral Exhibitions to bring this exhibition to our members. Exhibitions like Reflection…Find out more
Sunday Night Sessions with Simon Latarche Quartet
Posted July 10, 2016
This fresh new line-up will be playing some brand new original compositions, a few jazz standards, plus music from the internationally recognised ‘Cornish Preludes’ CDs.
Latarche’s compositions are a near perfect combination of lyricism and improvisation and the ensemble provides finely knit support to Latarche’s considerable talents as a pianist. Karl Ackermann…….AllAboutJazz.com.
Tickets are £7 each, booking for this event is essential in our intimate Gallery venue. Contact LSG on 01872 275757 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more
The 2016 sculpture exhibition at Withiel opens in May
Posted March 18, 2016
This year’s eagerly anticipated exhibition opens in May. Please contact the gallery to arrange a visit.
Marrying contemporary art with landscape in a unique and spectacular way.
Nestled in an ancient Cornish village, a handful of miles from the Atlantic coast, the Withiel sculpture garden marries contemporary art with landscape in a unique and spectacular way.
Works large and small by a rich mix of respected artists currently occupy the gardens, orchard and woodland of this 17th century estate, where Lemon Street Gallery owner Louise Jones is fulfilling her dream to create a beautiful, organic outdoor exhibition space, open by appointment.
Developed over five years with the guidance…Find out more
A short film featuring Neil Canning discussing his new exhibition “Luminosa”
Posted March 18, 2016
“I still think abstraction is the most exciting thing in terms of painting and it allows the painter to bring something of themselves to the work.” - Neil Canning
The exhibition is an exploration of radiant light: seen in Hong Kong where the air is very humid and the buildings appear as silhouettes, in New York where the views tend to be more gritty and in expansive seascapes and coastal views which capture the sense of space in Cornwall which is so important to the artist.
Read more about Luminosa, Neil Canning’s latest LSG exhibition.Find out more
Lemon Street Gallery to exhibit at London Art Fair 2016
Posted December 13, 2015
2016 will be Lemon Street Gallery’s 15th year exhibiting at the London Art Fair, the UK’s premier art fair at the Business Design Centre, Angel, Islington. Meet us at stand G18.
As ever, we will be showcasing an outstanding collection of Modern British and contemporary art, including work by John Bellany, Sandra Blow, Marj Bond, John Byrne, Neil Canning, Doug Cocker, Alan Davie, Gareth Edwards, John Hoyland, Hamish MacDonald, David Martin and other gallery artists. In addition we will be exhibiting sculpture and ceramics by Fawkes Jackson, Sophie Marsham, David Roberts and Jason Wason.
Now in its’ 28th year, the London Art Fair launches the art world’s calendar of events each January, offering world class works of art from the early 20th century to the present day. The Fair attracts buyers…Find out more
Tate Gallery Membership
Posted December 12, 2015
In the run-up to Christmas, here at LSG we would like to share a special gift from our friends at Tate St Ives...
Are you in full Christmas mode or just starting your list? Thinking of creative gift ideas at this time of year can be tricky but Tate St Ives have it all wrapped up. A gift membership means you’re treating someone to a year of amazing art experiences, and by adding the St Ives Extra Card also supporting the arts here in St Ives. Benefits include:
Free, unlimited exhibition entry at all four Tate galleries (London, Liverpool and of course St Ives), no need to book in advance or queue Free entry for you and three guests at Tate St Ives…Find out more
Sunday Night Sessions on Saturday 5th December
Posted November 3, 2015
From the outset, it’s clear that Marilyn Crispell and Raymond MacDonald – glistening with delicate melodies, textural intricacies, and soaring, passionate, freewheeling adventures – are two superior musicians at the very height of their powers.
Tickets for the event are £10 each, please contact the Gallery on 01872275757 ASAP as spaces are limited in LSG’s intimate venue.
There’s a palpable sense of real-time exploration and discovery running through many of these pieces.
On the aptly named ‘Conversation’, Crispell’s oblique, ruminative motifs set a meditative tone. MacDonald comments with long, searching breaths, leaving space enough for the two to circle and sound each other’s mood. As they enter an energetic exchange of views, Crispell’s chords become more angular, caustic in their urgency, as MacDonald responds and counters with peppery brays and stabs, mocking flutters and tweets.…Find out more