Art blog from Cornwall featuring Cornish artists John Dyer, Joanne Short and Ted Dyer. Our artists are some of Cornwall's leading and most acclaimed contemporary painters and have exhibited in Cornwall, London, Monaco and Japan for many decades. Our art blog brings you all the latest art gallery news from Cornwall and the Côte d'Azur and the latest news from all of our artists.
John Dyer was invited by the director of Falmouth Art Gallery, Brian Stewart, to give a ‘lunchtime talk’ about his recent visit to Banrock Station in South Australia.
"The new puzzle that has been created of my 'Garden of Eden' painting that hangs in the Eden Project's permanent collection, is an amazing piece of engineering, It is beautifully produced and includes a fantastic set of 'drawings' interpreted into puzzle pieces, I have even sneaked in a drawing of Tim Smit in!"
Eden supports John Dyer web widget
Available now a new 'Widget' for Apple's Mac OS X Tiger 'Dashboard'. Developed by Andrew Hedges in the USA the widget offers an exhibition of 40 of John's best paintings and their associated stories. The widget opens up with a splash screen featuring John's Seagull and can be 'flipped' over to reveal a series of links to John's work. The widget links to Eden and Alan Titchmarsh's web sites as well as
Brunel celebrations with John Dyer Painting
Heritage Lottery funding has enabled Falmouth Art Gallery to commission a work by the distinguished Falmouth artist, John Dyer, to mark the Brunel 200 celebrations.
John Dyer and Tony Sharley presented John Dyer’s Banrock Station paintings to a live audience of over 600 people at the Eden Project on May 30th 2006.
During May 2006 John Dyer and Joanne Short were the Artists in Residence for St. Michael's Mount. Working with the island Manager and the St. Aubyn family the two artists have realised an exciting and unique new set of work which will be exhibited on the Mount at the end of the year.
Seeing is believing! And never have truer words been used to describe the artworks of famous UK artist John Dyer. The Artist-in-Residence at the Eden Project, in Cornwall in the United Kingdom.
Welcome home Dame Ellen
John's painting of Ellen MacArthur's historic return to Falmouth sold within 30 minutes of release. Ellen can be seen on the front of 'B&Q', while crowds of people watch from the shore, the air and the many many boats that took to the water.
IRRI, The International Rice Research Institute are launching 'The Art of John Dyer, Rice is Life' Calendar for 2006.
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