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Chris Insoll founded the Portscatho Art Society in April 1984. In February 1985 The Gallery Portscatho was opened at 3 River Street. It wasn’t until August 2000 that The New Gallery at 5 the Square opened.
Work by Chris Insoll is in many collections, including the Royal Cornwall museum and Falmouth Art gallery.
Lives in Devon and has his studio based in Devon.
Felcey is prepared to spend his life struggling to capture the elusive nature of reality – and particularly how forms exist in space.
(constellations : landscape and memory. by Andrew Lambirth, London, September 2001)
Eric Ward lives in St.Ives.
He has been showing his work at The New Gallery in Portscatho for well over twenty years. During this time he has painted ‘en plein air’ extensively, both in the village and harbour and also around the Roseland. He always looks forward to his visits and being involved with the gallery, which is a source of great pleasure.
( In the collection of the Royal Cornwall Museum.)
Andrea studied at Newcastle, Chelsea and finally Hereford collage of art. Andrea’s studio is in Gerrans Bay House, Portscatho, Cornwall.
Over the years she has worked in many media including textiles, ceramics and glass. Now concentrating on her paintings based on a combination of flora (observed both at home and on her travels), still life and geometric patterns. She is also working on collages made from her beach combings
Howard Milton studied painting under Ruskin Spear but it was Graphic Design which shaped his career. Milton came to international prominence during the 80s design boom, recognised for a lifetime’s contribution to British design in the Design Council’s Prince Philip award.
But he never stopped painting and the observational skills developed as a designer form the framework of his work, which is evident in his still life and landscape subjects.
Howard was elected as a member to the St Ives Society of Artists in 2020. He is currently exhibiting at the Osborn Studio Gallery, London and the Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire.
Rosalind is a figurative painter. Her work ranges from large studio interiors to small en plein air coastal studies. She has recently moved back to her home town of Portscatho. Rosalind is a Brand Marketing assistant manager at Seasalt Cornwall, a well known clothing company.
Nina studied at London Guildhall, graduating in 2001.
She works from her studio on the edge of the Roseland in Cornwall.
Her passion lies in mark making and colour, “I love to draw, whether that is with a charcoal stick, Alizarin Crimson oil paint, or scribing into a metal surface, inking it up and running it through an etching press”.
John Birch studied Fine Art at the West of England College of Art (now part of the University of the West of England). After graduating he remained in Bristol continuing to paint and had one man exhibitions at the Axis Gallery, Clifton and at the Bristol Arts Centre. He also took part in group exhibitions at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol and the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
He then spent the rest of his career as a graphic designer and only started painting seriously again after moving to Portscatho in 2013.
Danny Holmes-Adams works ‘en plein air’ around the Roseland or in his studio in Devon.
His paintings are known for their luminous expressive quality. Art that celebrates the human response to the astonishing beauty and surprises of nature around us.
Danny has gained a reputation with a number of his paintings in private and public collections.
Ann is an avid pen and ink and watercolour artist.Ann started her drawing career in the Drawing office for British Rail in the late 1950s, drawing plans.
But in 1976 Ann moved to Cornwall and opened a restaurant at The Count House at Botallack. Her cooking and artwork grew with confidence. So much so she earned a Michelin Red M, an Egon Ronny Star and became one of the top 3 female Master chefs in Great Britain.
Ann went on to publish a book, Ann long’s Dinner Party Book which was published in 1986. All the illustrations within the book were done by herself.
Now retired she has time to concentrate on her painting and LOVES doing so.
Michael lives and works in St Austell and is well known for his closely observed landscape paintings