It’s Christmas again!!!!! I cannot believe how fast this year has passed! She has been a year of healing and finding the new balance between rest and work which can be tricky when you are self employed but with the help of my wonderful husband I am back in the gallery and studio and enjoying work once more. In the gallery we have some beautiful work in stock to accompany my silver smithing and Garys paintings and prints, from little ceramic blue tits to the most amazing hand blow glass vases, gorgeous scented handmade candles and the best selection of sparkly ornaments for the tree and house. Just a perfect mix of nature inspired beauty with a touch of magic. So, if you are passing do pop in but if you cannot get here do have a browse now, relax, enjoy and maybe treat your self xxx



Gary has added a new page, ‘New work updates’, which can be found in the menu under ‘Gary Hall Art’, here you will be able to follow Gary’s new Paintings as & when they progress at various stages. Gary has now completed his new Painting “Hawthron Bloom, Wicca” & “Low Tide at Moonlight, Mousehole” you can find more info on these Paintings by clicking on the image above or in his Originals section. Recent works also include, “Tidal Retreat, Trevaunance Cove” (also above) “First Light, Zawn Trevilley” & “Last light, towards Bosigran” as well as “Evening retreat, Chapel Porth”, “Bluebell Twilight, Stippy Stappy”, “Evening Reflections, Chapel Porth” & “Towards Carn Gulver, Porthmeor”, you can view them by going to the Originals section for more info. Prints of it will be available once it is back from the printers. Upcoming works will include,Trevauance Cove, St.Agnes Beacon, St.Agnes, West Penwith, Bodmin Moor & Mousehole. You can also follow on Gary’s Facebook page “Gary Hall Art” & Instagram @garyhallartist.


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