Artist John Dyer has a passion for reaching out to the community and inspiring creativity. The John Dyer Gallery works in partnership with some of the UK's leading organisations to create an environment where creativity can be allowed to flourish. We bring all of our knowledge, professionalism, creativity, skill set and passion to these projects and have inspired thousands of children across the UK and beyond with our work. We give the children involved a professional arts journey and celebrate all of them who get involved. We are building the world's best online art gallery of children's work based on the environment.
We are proud to have had support from The Arts Council, The National Trust, Girlguides UK, Darwin 200, Falmouth Art Gallery, Eden Project, Survival International, Sail Training International, Visit Cornwall, Penlee House gallery, Newquay Zoo and Kids in Museums and many others for these projects.
We believe that art can help to change the world and we have big plans to engage children, through art, with climate change and environmental issues. Please find out how you can get involved and sign your school up today.
‘Last Chance to Paint’ will see artist John Dyer painting endangered landscapes, people, plants, and animals around the world. The project aims to make real connections between children and the natural world.
Spirit of the Rainforest
|Venue: The Eden Project|
Tall Ships 2014
|Venue: Falmouth Art Gallery & The National Maritime Museum Cornwall|
Tall Ships Regatta 2008
|Venue: The National Maritime Museum Cornwall|
|Venue: The National Maritime Museum Cornwall & Falmouth Art Gallery|
|Venue: Gyllyngdune Gardens Falmouth & National Trust Trelissick Gardens|