Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Cornish Coast


St.ives!

The obsession with the seagulls start.




St Ives....

A Beautiful fishing town with masses of surfers, visitors, art gallerys and cornish pastys!!












Lonny possing for the bump blog


Charlie co founder of Artist Residence finally out the office!




Tate St Ives...

Shaped like a shell with amazing views onto the beach.




View from the top cafe, where we had a cheeky cornish scone...mmm clotted cream.







Performance art in the rotunda of the gallery





St.Ives was the loading centre for British Abstract art, following the 2nd WW. The galleryprovides a unique opportunity to view work in the surroundings in which, in many cases, it was actually created.



Here are a few that we thought were interesting, especially as the surrealistic nature ties in with the wave like vibe that artists down in Cornwall are influenced by.



John Tunnard

Tol Pedn 1942

Oil and drawing on board





Yves Tanguy

Azure Day 1937
La Journée Bleue

Oil on canvas





Paul Feiler

Inclined Oval Brown 1964-5

Oil on canvas






Jackson Pollock

Yellow Islands





Bob Law

Untitled 29.8.87 1987

Watercolour on paper







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