We have very beautiful art pieces that promises to keep you magnetized in awe to our collection. You can easily make a go for it by placing an order and it will be delivered right at your doorstep.
All you get to do is visit our online shop and then select any artwork that catches your fancy. That’s as simple as it gets! The price of all the artworks is stipulated on it, so you can just go right ahead and do payment online or pay on delivery.
If you are not comfortable with making purchase online, you could place an order by making a call through to our office after viewing our gallery online; stating the particular work of art that catches your fancy. You can rest, assured that our customer care will complete all the details of your request and your order will be delivered to you in record time.
Depending on location, we could either charge you on delivery or leave out delivery fees. It’s also possible for you to place an order for an artwork online and then walk into our office to pick it up. Whichever option is best for you, we have got you covered.
There are times that after placing an order for an artwork, you feel you aren’t quite ready for the purchase, kindly feel free to instantly cancel the order. That way, the order will not be processed.
Albeit, if you place order for an artwork and it has been delivered to you, and you find out it isn’t the exact price of art you want, you can ask for a change of the art.
If you however feel that you don’t want the artwork altogether, do not hesitate to send it back to us, and as long as it is in good condition we would receive it back, and give you a refund. But your delivery price will not be refunded to you.
Now, all these are possible if it occurs over a particular time period; else your request may be declined.
Kindly do well to go through our terms of service before placing an order; this way, we can better serve you.
Batik Robin Paris Wildlife, marine and abstract art
Environmental Art Yurt Works Makers of traditional yurts from sustainably managed woodlands in Cornwall and Devon
Furniture Dan Miles Is it furniture or is it art?
Cornish Willow Rustic garden furniture and traditional willow and green wood products including baskets
Rawnsley Woodland Products Traditional and original designs from locally harvested, sustainably produced natural materials
Glass Alan Endacott Specialist in architectural stained glass and leaded lights - traditional and contemporary designs
Green Glass UK Distinctive glassware fashioned through the ingenious inversion of reclaimed bottles
Gregg Anston-Race Glass fusion - landscape inspired bowls, mirrors, coasters, tiles, jewellery and panels
Potter Morgan Glass Production and one-off pieces - hand-blown, colourful contemporary designs, and
Metal Melanie Guy 2D, 3D and reliefs - interpretations of natural experiences, with a Zen-like philosophy
Mixed Media Liz Gregory Landscape collages combining pastels, acrylics and gouache with natural found materials like leaves, lichens and minerals
Jeanne Hampshire Chi energy images - prints from mixed media originals
Brian Hanscomb Zen, moor, alchemy... archetypal symbols using pastel and gold leaf
Melanie McDonald Mixed media paintings - landscapes, still life, families, abstracts
Painting and Drawing Saul Cathcart Seascapes and moorscapes - power and energy created by coast and weather
Martyn Dempsey Landscapes including of Cornwall and abstracts
Linda Garland Visionary art, modern symbolism and Tolkien illustration
Roger Garland Tolkien illustrations, symbolist and fantasy art
Liz Gregory Moorland and seascape imagery with archaeological and wildlife influences
Melanie Guy Realist life drawing - chalk and charcoal
Gerry Hillman Enchanted by colour and magical effects of light - landscapes and human interest in oils
Linda Irwin Oils and watercolours - landscapes inspired by natural phenomena
Dan Miles Acrylics - sensuous forms rooted in dream-state visions
Danka Napiorkowska Vibrant soft pastels - fish and flowers
Nicholas St John Rosse Captured moments of people in the landscape
Janet Shearer Paintings and murals vibrant with colour and movement. Trompe l'oeil specialist
Dugald Stark Landscapes and seascapes characterised by different effects of weather, time and tide
Chris Thomas Sea and landscapes in oils, hospital paintings and drawings
Photography Adrian Langdon Wildlife and environmental
Bob McClelland Abstract, textural photography, and urban landscapes
Julie Routley Colour, shapes and textures inspired by mystery in our natural world
Pottery and Ceramics Barbara Bell Hand-built stoneware, sometimes with paper-fibre additions, and paperclay flat wall pieces. Inspired by the rocks and landscape around her studio
Barbara and Michael Hawkins Handthrown stoneware with inspiration for form and decoration taken from Port Isaac's small harbour, fish and local fauna and flora
Paul Jackson Pots of individual character and strength - inspired by nudes, Barcelona, Cornwall and Tresco
Ben McManigan Hand thrown studio pottery in porcelain and stoneware clays - subtle colour and metallic raku
Nicky May Sculptural terracotta and stoneware with roots in Africa and inspired by Cornish landscape and bronze and iron age pottery
Danka Napiorkowska Decorated tiles for any situation - commercial, domestic or public
Chris Prindl Small pots with delicacy, large pots with power
Heather Swain Colourful tableware and handbuilt toastracks - animal themes
Katrina Trinick Garden ceramics inspired by organic forms, includes water features
Printmaking Liz Gregory Collagraphs, etching, aquatint and unhumble potato prints of Cornwall and astronomical moments
Brian Hanscomb Simple lines and intensely detailed atmospheric work
Sculpture Richard Austin Sculptures of character influenced by real life
Liz Gregory Relief sculptures inspired by souls
Sheila Holland Garden sculptures
Dan Miles Organic sculpture in wood
Textiles Wai-Yuk Kennedy Textile wall reliefs - rich, complex surfaces
Robin Paris Batik - wildlife and nature interpretations
Jane Pasquill Constructive art pieces for the home or to wear, including Mandala wall hangings
Wearable Art Wai-Yuk Kennedy Textile jewellery - fresh, surprising 3D forms inspired by plant forms and North Cornwall's rugged coast
Jane Pasquill Colourful clothing in silk, hemp and cotton
Willow Cornish Willow Traditional willow baskets in a range of colour combinations. Living willow structures to commission