A collective of inspired painters, sculptors, jewellers, photographers & artisans showing a wide range of work in the barn with café & free parking.
Gail Cooper is a ceramist working from her garden studio in Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes, Cornwall. Gail throws her pieces by hand on the potter’s wheel with only St Agnes Clay, produced less than a mile away from her home.
‘I create both functional and display pieces, minimal in design using my surroundings around the Cove as inspiration, the Engine Houses and chimneys, with their straight lines tapering up, a reminder of Cornwall’s mining heritage, along with the anemones exposed on the rocks at low tide. My glazes further reflect the natural colours around St Agnes, from the North Cornish Sea, seaweeds and ferns, granite, and slate’.
Gail will be showing both her functional ware and display pieces, over the Saturday and Sunday, discussing the making process, with samples of unfired stoneware from St Agnes clay.
11am - 5pm
Sat 27th May
Sun 28th May
From Redruth: follow B3300 to Porthtowan
Turn right onto Chapel Hill & right to the Eco Park. Follow the road past the stables to the gate on the left.
From Truro follow signs to Porthtowan, go up Chapel hill & at top go left to Eco park.
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The venue has on site parking
The venue has toilet facilities
The venue is accessible to people with mobility difficulties
The exhibition space is all on one level. Parking is free and there is disabled parking outside the exhibition Barn. There are accessible toilets and a ramp up to the café.