27th May – 4th June 2023 Creative Kernow

David CP Harrison

Information

Large Cornish granite and steel sculptures that explore feelings and emotions found in Cornish heritage, landscape, and personal experiences.

The dynamic geological movement that is locked within the rocks of West Cornwall, as well as the wild coastline, severe weather, and mining heritage, all influence my work.

Carving directly on ‘characterful’ boulders, through a process of reciprocity, each cut or strike of the chisel is carefully considered. Capitalising on the emotional bond that develops between sculptor and stone, the stories and shapes held within are creativity revealed. Often removing a large percentage of the original stone to reveal a sensitive, tactile, and curvaceous form.

My larger work is open to the public on Trew Green 24/7. Smaller sculptures can be seen in my private gallery at Trelawney House adjacent to the green on the days and times stated or by prior arrangement.

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



Opening Times
10:30am - 5pm

Opening Days
Sat 27th May
Sun 28th May
Mon 29th May
Tue 30th May
Wed 31st May
Thu 1st Jun


Directions
From the A394 Helston/Penzance road, at Breage follow the sign to Carleen. Trew is ¾ mile to the North. Trew Green is on your right, and Trelawney House is in front of you. The gallery is accessible from the road down the side of Trelawney House.
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Accessibility
The venue has on site parking
The venue has toilet facilities
The venue is accessible to people with mobility difficulties
The venue is family friendly
The venue is open all year round by appointment


Accessibility Information
The green and gallery are accessible by wheelchair, over relatively level but uneven grass.
- Parking on the road or in front of Trelawney house.
-There is a small toilet in the gallery, (not wheelchair friendly)