25th May – 2nd June 2024 Creative Kernow

David CP Harrison – Trew Green Sculpture

Information

Abstract Cornish granite and metal sculptures that explores feelings and emotions found in Cornish heritage, landscape, and personal experiences.

Dynamic geological movement found within the rocks of West Cornwall, as well as the wild coastline, severe weather, and our mining heritage all influence my work.

Stone carving is a process of discovery working directly on ‘characterful’ boulders. Driven by the original shape of the boulder and with an idea in mind, perhaps a maquette, a journey is initiated. It is through a process of reciprocity, that the final work emerges, guided by a dialogue that develops with the stone. Often a large percentage of the original stone is removed, creatively revealing the stories and shapes held within.
Metal, on the other hand requires a more systematic approach of design and implementation. However, working entirely by hand and avoiding exacting standards, affords an opportunity for further creativity and interpretation during construction. This helps create unique, individual works of art. Larger, slenderer, and colourful forms are explored.

Many of my larger sculptures are on permanent display at “Trew Green Sculpture” (a Google Maps destination). Smaller sculptures can be seen in my private gallery/studio at Trelawney House, along with paintings by Richard Horner RSMA

In Trew you can also find the studios of:- Cornish Spoons; Anthea Bowen Ceramics, and Richard Horner RSMA Paintings.



Opening Times
11am - 5pm

Opening Days
Sat 25th May
Sun 26th May
Mon 27th May
Tue 28th May
Wed 29th May
Thu 30th May
Fri 31st May
Sat 1st Jun
Sun 2nd Jun


Directions
Simply enter Trew Green Sculpture on Google Maps. Or, from the A394 Helston-Penzance road, at Breage follow the sign to Carleen. Trew is ¾ mile to the North of Breage. Trew green is on your right, and Trelawney house is in front of you.
The map used on this profile is powered by Google maps and the pin use postcodes rather than very specific locations, in some cases this may not be accurate and it is always worth checking the venue directions on the participants page.

Accessibility
The venue has on site parking
The venue has toilet facilities
The venue is family friendly
The venue is open all year round by appointment


Accessibility Information
Trew green is easily accessible next to the road, over relatively level, but uneven grass. The gallery/studio is situated behind Trelawney House adjacent to the green.

- Parking on the road or in front of Trelawney house.
- There is a small toilet in the gallery.