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.
Internationally acclaimed local artist John Dyer has been appointed as the Falmouth Artist in Residence for the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta in 2014
The Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust in Truro have just acquired three John Dyer original paintings to add to their permanent art collection.
The three new paintings will be hung in the Sunrise Centre in Truro and will join a collection of John Miller originals that the hospital already owns and displays there.
John Dyer and Joanne Short have been selected by Falmouth Art Gallery to exhibit paintings as part of the Splash Festival in Falmouth.
The Tall Ships are returning to Falmouth at the end of August 2014 and will then sail to Greenwich in London in September. For exact Dates see Sail Training International.
The August/September 2013 issue of MyCornwall magazine features an exclusive interview with artist John Dyer.
CHILDREN throughout Cornwall are obviously a budding bunch of artists if the entries for an art competition run by Newquay Zoo and The John Dyer Gallery are anything to go by.
John Dyer attended the Truro and Roseland Learning Community Awards Ceremony at Truro Cathedral as their guest of honour and inspirational speaker.
Artists John Dyer and Joanne Short joined around thirty other artists for a special painting day 'Artscatho' at Portscatho on 9th June 2013.
The Gyllyngdune Gardens in Falmouth have just purchased one of John Dyer's paintings from his residency at the gardens to join their public art collection.
Artist John Dyer visited children at Wendron Primary School during a fortnight of art-based activities.
Pupils chose a painting by John Dyer to base their work around.
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