New Working Partners for the John Dyer Gallery in 2009

Published on 12/3/2008

The John Dyer Gallery is now well established as probably Cornwall’s leading independent online art gallery.

One of the great strengths of the gallery are the links it forges between major organisations, the community and the artists it represents and the way that this results in cutting edge exhibitions beyond traditional gallery walls.

The John Dyer Gallery is very proud to have St Michael’s Mount, The National Trust, The Eden Project, Banrock Station Wine, Falmouth Tall Ships, The Sail Training Association, Carrick Council and The National Maritime Museum as organisations who have worked with us and in 2009 we can announce we have some exciting new partners.

Falmouth Art Gallery and Newquay Zoo will be working with The John Dyer Gallery on the Darwin 200 exhibition and celebrations. 

Artist John Dyer has been appointed as the Resident Artist for Darwin 200 and his work produced during the residency will be showcased by The Falmouth Art Gallery and also in a major exhibition in September 2009 that will also include the exquisite paintings by artist Joanne Short.

Full Details of the new project on this link.

left: John Dyer’s painting “Happy Bird Day at the Zoo” features on promotional items by Falmouth Art Gallery and The John Dyer Gallery also features as a working partner of the project.