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The Byre Collection

Welcome to The Byre collection – a small selection of stunning work from some of the gallery’s regular makers. If you’ve spotted something in the gallery that isn’t here or you haven’t been able to find your perfect object of desire, please do get in touch as work can be commissioned or we might just know of the ideal piece for you.

  • This beautiful painting of the river Lyhner in south east Cornwall is by Jill Hudson, a graduate of Falmouth College of Arts who continues to live and work in Cornwall. Since her studies, Jill has travelled to and painted in Peru and Mexico, and in 2005 was the Expedition Artist with Raleigh International in Chile. Jill regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters, and many of her seascape paintings come from these experiences. More recent adventures have been working on the first International Arts festival in Bhutan, and sailing and painting in Greenland. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms – its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. Jill’s work can be seen in galleries in Cornwall and London On the Lyhner is framed in a white wooden frame and measures 28.5cm x 33.5cm (actual painting is 13cm x17cm)
  • This beautiful painting of salt marshes on the river Lyhner in south east Cornwall is by Jill Hudson, a graduate of Falmouth College of Arts who continues to live and work in Cornwall. Since her studies, Jill has travelled to and painted in Peru and Mexico, and in 2005 was the Expedition Artist with Raleigh International in Chile. Jill regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters, and many of her seascape paintings come from these experiences. More recent adventures have been working on the first International Arts festival in Bhutan, and sailing and painting in Greenland. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms – its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. Jill’s work can be seen in galleries in Cornwall and London Salt Marshes is framed in a white wooden frame and measures 28.5cm x 33.5cm (actual painting is 13cm x17cm)
  • A graduate of Falmouth College of Arts, Jill Hudson continues to live and work in Cornwall. During her degree she studied for three months at the Accademia di Belli Arti, Venice. Since her studies, Jill has travelled to and painted in Peru and Mexico, and in 2005 was the Expedition Artist with Raleigh International in Chile. Jill regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters, and many of her seascape paintings come from these experiences. More recent adventures have been working on the first International Arts festival in Bhutan, and sailing and painting in Greenland. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms – its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. Jill’s work can be seen in galleries in Cornwall and London Cherry Blossom I is 50cmx50cm unframed and 56cmx56cm in its white wooden frame
  • A graduate of Falmouth College of Arts, Jill Hudson continues to live and work in Cornwall. During her degree she studied for three months at the Accademia di Belli Arti, Venice. Since her studies, Jill has travelled to and painted in Peru and Mexico, and in 2005 was the Expedition Artist with Raleigh International in Chile. Jill regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters, and many of her seascape paintings come from these experiences. More recent adventures have been working on the first International Arts festival in Bhutan, and sailing and painting in Greenland. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms – its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. Jill’s work can be seen in galleries in Cornwall and London Cherry Blossom II is 50cmx50cm unframed and 56cmx56cm in its white wooden frame
  • Phil is inspired by the coast. His pewter homewares are hand cast from shells he finds on beach combing trips to Cornwall, New England and the Mediterranean. Phil carefully selects each shell for its unique qualities, and the moment of discovery for each shell remains fresh in his mind. He turns the shells into works of art using a low-tech and traditional pewter casting process. For each piece, Phil hand pours molten pewter into handmade rubber moulds. The piece is then finished by hand and polished to a warm lustrous glow. They are food-safe and easy to care for. Phil Atkin's Starfish is a fantastic statement pieces:  displayed on its own or alongside other favourite pieces it adds a hint of elegant seashore to any setting. Approx 8cm across (at widest point)  
  • A graduate of Falmouth College of Arts, Jill Hudson continues to live and work in Cornwall. During her degree she studied for three months at the Accademia di Belli Arti, Venice. Since her studies, Jill has travelled to and painted in Peru and Mexico, and in 2005 was the Expedition Artist with Raleigh International in Chile. Jill regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters, and many of her seascape paintings come from these experiences. More recent adventures have been working on the first International Arts festival in Bhutan, and sailing and painting in Greenland. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms – its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. Jill’s work can be seen in galleries in Cornwall and London
  • Phil is inspired by the coast, and his pewter homewares are hand cast from shells he finds on Cornish beaches. Phil carefully selects each shell for its unique qualities, and the moment of discovery for each shell remains fresh in his mind. He turns the shells into works of art using a low-tech and traditional pewter casting process. For each piece, Phil hand pours molten pewter into handmade rubber moulds. The piece is then finished by hand and polished to a warm lustrous glow. They are food-safe and easy to care for. Phil Atkin's pewter salt and pepper sets are highly desirable and add an elegant touch of the seashore to any dining table. Average size- 8cm (l) x 4cm (w)
  • Phil is inspired by the coast. His pewter homewares are hand cast from shells he finds on beach combing trips to Cornwall, New England and the Mediterranean. Phil carefully selects each shell for its unique qualities, and the moment of discovery for each shell remains fresh in his mind. He turns the shells into works of art using a low-tech and traditional pewter casting process. For each piece, Phil hand pours molten pewter into handmade rubber moulds. The piece is then finished by hand and polished to a warm lustrous glow. They are food-safe and easy to care for. Phil Atkin's pewter Corsican candle holder is a highly desirable piece and adds an elegant touch of the seashore to any dining table. Size: 3.3cm (h) x 7.5cm (diameter at base)  
  • Phil is inspired by the coast. His pewter homewares are hand cast from shells he finds on beach combing trips to Cornwall, New England and the Mediterranean. Phil carefully selects each shell for its unique qualities, and the moment of discovery for each shell remains fresh in his mind. He turns the shells into works of art using a low-tech and traditional pewter casting process. For each piece, Phil hand pours molten pewter into handmade rubber moulds. The piece is then finished by hand and polished to a warm lustrous glow. They are food-safe and easy to care for. Phil Atkin's Cornish pewter salt and pepper set are highly desirable and add an elegant touch of the seashore to any dining table. Size: scallop = 5.5cm x 5.8cm x 1.8cm, mussel = 7cm x 3.5cm x 1.6cm. Set includes one scallop, one mussel and two spoons.
  •   Remon's Golden Apple is a fantastic statement pieces:  displayed on its own or alongside other favourite pieces it adds a sense of mischievous drama to any setting.  Each apple is unique so your apple may differ slightly in detail or size - but that's the beauty of handcrafted ceramics! 7.5cm (h) x 5.5cm
  • Remon’s Golden Apple is a fantastic statement pieces:  displayed on its own or alongside other favourite pieces it adds a sense of mischievous drama to any setting.  Each apple is unique so yours might differ slightly in size or some of the details - but that's the beauty of buying a wonderful handcrafted object. 7.5cm (h) x 5.5cm Remon Jephcott uses slip-casting and hand-building techniques to build her ceramics. With the use of earthenware clay, glazes, decals and lustres, a layered surface is developed to give a depth to her pieces. The additional use of silver and textiles gives an extra dimension to some of the objects.