Cornwall Art Galleries Ltd is a small family run business selling affordable pictures and gifts from our shop based in Falmouth, and also online.
Our aim is to offer superb value art work in a variety of forms either ready to hang straight onto your walls or left for you to frame yourselves, according to your own personal tastes. We pride ourselves on our large selection of art work, with a growing number of local artists working alongside us.
We also stock a host of pretty little gifts, souvenirs and cards.
Cornwall provides a strong influence on many of the pieces we currently stock due to the striking beauty of our coastlines and abundance of countryside, filled with quirky ports and fishing villages.
We hope you enjoy visiting Cornwall Art Galleries, Falmouth in person at some time in the future, if you haven't already! But for now we hope you enjoy visiting our website.
Natalie and Martin
Serena's inspiration comes from happy childhood memories of bucket and spade, ice-cream and laughter, and overall activities of times past. As such, she has often been referred to as a 'Happy Lowry!'
Hence the collection of 24 paintings have come to be known as the 'Salad Days Collection'.
From an early age she has developed a great love of drawing little houses and people and was incomplete without felt tip, biro and sketchpad.
Her paintings are intended to be just a memory of the town and not an accurate photographic record. The scene gives the impression of encompassing the whole town as if painted from above from a seagulls view. The end result is intended to be more interesting and attractive without losing the atmosphere and essence of the town.
Artist, Simon Clarke was born in 1966 and lives and works in Devon. He is a self taught artist which has given him the freedom to explore his art and develop his own style in his prefered medium of acrylic, which has made him the versatile painter he is today.
Finding inspiration from many forms he enjoys seeking to develop new techniques and the continuous challenges that painting gives him.
In his quest for mystique, accuracy, and a true sense of history, Chase
does extensive research. His travels have led him from New York and
Washington, D.C. to Colorado and California and finally to Italy in a
never-ending search to obtain materials and photography for new
paintings. The artist says, "Being a photorealist, I am dependent on
finding accurate reference material for each painting.” Chase works with
acrylics on canvas, spending hundreds of hours on each painting with
the ultimate goal of presenting a fresh, unique, and elegant approach to
familiar subjects. The detail in each painting is remarkable, but the
mood each is equally impressive.