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Porthminster Gallery

3 Fernlea Terrace
St. Ives
Cornwall
TR26 2BH
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Porthminster Gallery is one of St Ives' leading privately owned galleries and specialises in showing original collectable Modern and Contemporary Art, by established and emerging St Ives and South West artists- including Tate Gallery artists. The gallery artists currently represented in collection include:
Chris Hankey, Matthew Lanyon, Gary Long, Margaret Lovell, Margo Maeckleberghe, Carole McDowall, Iain Robertson, Tony Scrivener, Mark Stoddart, Clare Wardman, Linda Weir.

Porthminster Gallery also shows work by invited British painters, printmakers, sculptors and potters and has a good reputation for dealing in post-war St. Ives and Modern British Art, including: Sandra Blow RA, Bryan Pearce, Terry Frost and David Hockney. Contact gallery for current stock-list.

Situated a short way down the hill into St Ives town from the bus and rail stations, the gallery enjoys breathtaking views over St. Ives harbour. Friendly and knowledgeable staff will welcome your visit.

OPEN: Mon-Sat, 11am-5.00pm, (March to October). Phone for winter hours. Free admission.

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