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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. 

  • New Working Partners for the John Dyer Gallery in 2009

    12/3/2008

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

    Posted on Art Projects

  • John Dyer is Resident Artist for Cornish Darwin 200 project at Newquay Zoo

    11/26/2008

    John Dyer the celebrated Cornish painter will go back to his roots in many ways when painting at Newquay Zoo for the Darwin200 celebrations in 2009. 

    John grew up near Newquay at Holywell Bay and has spent time overseas painting plants and animals in many places linked to the zoo’s overseas projects including the Philippines, an area the zoo will be representing in its new Philippine exhibit in 2009. 

  • John Dyer - Artist in Residence for Darwin 200 Project

    10/2/2008

    A successful application to the Heritage Lottery Fund has led the Falmouth Art Gallery to receive an award of £50,000 to undertake a year long project to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin (1809-1882).

  • John Dyer - Press Support for Tall Ships Residency 2008

    09/21/2008

    The Press in Cornwall have shown enormous support of The John Dyer Gallery and its working partners during the Tall Ships Regatta.

    Posted on Gallery & Artist News Blog Cornwall, Artist John Dyer's Blog

  • John Dyer - Official opening of Devoran School

    09/15/2008

    Devoran School celebrated its First Birthday with a special ceremony including the official unveiling of the school’s new two metre ceramic mural, dance, poetry and musical performances by pupils and cream teas for guests. Staff, pupils and governors from the school moved into their new £3 million building in September last year. Now, twelve months on, they staged an Open Afternoon to celebrate the move and enable local residents and invited guests to look around their new school. Guests included former headteachers, staff and governors, members of local scouts, guides and brownie groups, members of Feock parish council and the local Parochial Church Council.

  • John Dyer Tall Ships 2008 Exhibition sells out in 15 minutes

    09/14/2008

    “Every day I look at and enjoy my two John Dyer paintings, although lately I look at them with an extra warmth - your kind and generous personality which is evident in all you do.”

  • TALL SHIPS AND SMALL SHIPS AN INSPIRATION FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

    09/12/2008

    The Waterside Café at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall has come to life during the Tall Ships regatta with an exhibition of children’s artwork inspired by Tall Ships and Small Ships.

  • John Dyer Gallery Displays around Falmouth for Tall Ships 2008

    09/10/2008

    With 100,000 people due in the town the gallery has partnered with Carrick Council and the Falmouth Tall Ships to enable 5 point of displays to be set up around the town and by the Tall Ships to display the official Limited Edition Print and Official Programme.

  • National Trust Feature John Dyer Glendurgan Art

    09/4/2008

    The National Trust have again chosen to feature Glendurgan Garden in their “Enjoy a great day out in Cornwall” leaflet by featuring a painting by Artist John Dyer rather than a traditional photograph.

  • John Dyer - An artist guaranteed to appreciate over time

    08/29/2008

    Gallery featured on three new sites

    Buy It. You can still pick up a piece by an artist guaranteed to appreciate over time, like Kurt Jackson, for example, or John Dyer.”

    The Visit Cornwall web site run by the Cornish Tourist Board has a web page dedicated to Cornish art with two of the counties best known artists mentioned; Kurt Jackson and John Dyer.

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