25th May – 2nd June 2024 Creative Kernow

Denise Stracey

  • Artform
    Painting, Textiles
  • Website
  • Email
  • Telephone
    07958 931 573
  • Address

    3 Church Hill
    3 Church Hill
    TR13 8NN

Obsession with colour, expressed through canvas and paint, silks and dyes.
Sale of sample silk garments created for Liberty and Cornwall Crafts.

A long career in textiles and fashion creating collections for Cornwall Crafts, Liberty London, Brown Thomas Dublin and small boutiques, but mostly bespoke outfits and hats for special occasions like Buckingham Palace, Mansion House, Ascot and weddings. Samples are on sale at a fraction of the price! Plus a sale of silks, trimmings and equipment bringing an end to this side of my career.

Still with a passion for working with colour my engagement and joy is with canvas and paint.

I am a member of Penwith Gallery, The St Ives Arts Club and Prime Women. Exhibiting variously around Cornwall including the Oyster Catcher Falmouth, The Albatross Porthleven, Summerhouse Marazion.

I would be delighted to welcome you into my space inviting you to quietly browse or engage in the full force and energy that has been present in my creative life, now expressed through the magic of paint and canvas .

Opening Times
11am - 5pm

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

Parking is by St Michaels Church or Parc Eglos. Both a couple of minutes from the house. The House is above the narrow intersection. There is a blue and white cottage in my grounds. Walk up the cobbled ramp lined with blue pots to the blue door.
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.

The venue has toilet facilities
The venue is family friendly
The venue is open all year round by appointment

Accessibility Information
You can hold on to the railings whist walking up the cobbles. There are two steps into the main area. Most of the work is displayed on the ground floor .