Friday, 28 July 2017 22:08

'Nanven'. fine art print.

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'Porth Nanven'. 2016
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Wednesday, 10 May 2017 10:56

Andrew Palmer at The Mowhay Gallery 2017

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I am glad to be showing these paintings at the MOWHAY GALLERY, Trebetherwick, Cornwall. 2017.

1. 'Window Sill.' 2016. Oil on canvas. 20 x 30 inches.

Friday, 03 March 2017 23:57

Andrew Palmer @ Ply Gallery March 9-14 2017

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The Poster for my forthcoming exhibition at The Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall. London N8. 9-14th March 2017. Private View Thursday 9th March 6-9pm. All welcome.

Friday, 03 March 2017 23:37

Exhibition preview in Ham and High newspaper.

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A lovely preview of my forthcoming exhibition at the PLY GALLERY, Hornsey Town Hall, London N8.

9-14th March 2017, 10-5pm. Private View Thursday 9th March 6-9pm. All welcome.

Thanks to Bridget Galton, Arts Editor, Ham and High.

Friday, 13 January 2017 17:53

Andrew Palmer @plygallery

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Paintings by Andrew Palmer.

Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall, The Broadway, Crouch End, London N8 9JJ.

9th - 14th March 2017. 10am- 5pm.

Private View Thursday 9th March 6 - 9 pm.

All welcome.

Sunday, 23 October 2016 16:04

Cot Valley and the Brisons 2016

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Cot Valley and the Brisons, 2016. Oil on Canvas. Framed. 140 x 110 cms. £2750.00. The large, smooth boulders which populate the beaches of Porth Nanven Cove have led to its being referred to by some as ‘Dinosaur Egg Beach’. The black boulders were used to line the vaults of the Bank of England. Cape Cornwall has an ancient and elemental atmosphere about it which is especially encapsulated by Cot Valley and the magnetic beach at Nanven which lies at its mouth. Celtic settlements, stone circles and quoits abound along with the abandoned tin mines which draw me back to explore and interpret the power of nature, especially where the land meets the sea. In this painting I was inspired by the particular way in which the waves broke over the egg shaped rocks and the dramatic but smooth and sensuous emotion that that meeting provoked in me. I spent some time camping near Zennor and made many 'plein air' studies on the spot encapsulating the varied moods that the sea, the land and the weather created. My spiritual interaction with them guided the interaction of - oil paint, linseed oil and paste, turpentine, coarse brushes, squeegies, sand, seaweed and all the elements, to create images which I then worked with in my studio in Port Gaverne, to produce this painting 'Cot Valley and the Brisons'
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 16:28

Andrew Palmer at the Mowhay Gallery 2016

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Andrew Palmer.

The Mowhay Gallery. Trebetherwick. Cornwall.



Port Gaverne Tractor. Oil on canvas. 78 x 78 cms.

Port Gaverne Tractor is used to tow the boats into and from the sea at all tides. It is parked overlooking Port Gaverne bay. I set up the canvas in the undergrowth behind the tractor, with      a view of the Fish Cellars and my cottage and studio beyond. That’s my chimney on the left.   Early summer. ‘Padstows Pride’ flowers in full bloom. The tractor has a very distinct personality. The ‘Guardian Angel’ of Port Gaverne.

Geevor Tin Sand
Geevor Tin Sand

Geevor Tin Sand 2. Oil on board. 90 x 60 cms.

Red sand at Geevor Tin Mine, Penwith Cornwall. The mine penetrating the  rock, the sea weighing down upon it and the metal ores staining the sand. The power of the sea and the land. A sense of the perils facing the tin miners. Abstract/Expressionist . Broad brushstrokes. Raw Sienna. Burnt Sienna. Turquoise.

 Delabole Slate 2. Oil on canvas.. 60 x 75 cms.


Painted on the coast near Delabole , Cornwall, famed for its slate quarry. The jagged outcrops of slate and its underlying strata meet the turbulent turquoise sea. This is the view from the end of the road which was cut through the rock to enable the slate from Delabole to be transported, on horse and cart, to ships moored in Port Gaverne, which then delivered the slate internationally. Deep dark slate. Emerald sea. Bright Cornish light.

Thursday, 21 August 2014 00:07

Andrew Palmer. Giclee Prints.

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Giclee prints of all paintings are available on request,

or by visiting my portfolio at

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