• A Colour Filled Life

    Painting of a rainbow above a yellow field by Cornwall artist Jill Hudson at the Byre Gallery
    Byre Gallery regular, Cornwall artist Jill Hudson updates us on her year since lockdown began and shares some of her artistic experiences, on land and sea.
  • Spring in our step

    Spring in our step
    The days are getting longer and hopefully the weather a little better, and The Byre's first exhibition of 2018 is on its way. Opening on 24th March, Taste features a mix of makers and artists both new and familiar to The Byre's audiences.
  • Northern Exposure

    Northern Exposure
    A Cultivator/Cretative Kernow trip to Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh for four Cornish Galleries: The Byre Gallery, Tregony Gallery, Cornwall Contemporary and Tremenhere Sculpture Gardens.
  • Collect-ed

    Highlights of the 2017 'Collect' international art fair of 'contemporary objects' at the Saatchi gallery in London presented by the Crafts Council.
  • Making a Day of It

    Ceramicist Remon Jephcott in her studio
    A road trip around south Cornwall to meet with some of the makers who exhibit at the Byre Gallery, including ceramicist Remon Jephcott and jeweller Lucy Spink.
  • Up the Garden Path

    Up the Garden Path
    A visit to the magical garden of ceramicist Pauline Lee, in the most beautiful setting on the edge of Dartmoor.
  • Pigs Might Fly

    Pigs Might Fly
    Being told that someone is famous for their pigs, especially when you live in the country, does conjure up imagery of well tended farmyards and bright coloured rosettes at county show prize giving. But when I met Paul Cardew for the first time several years ago I quickly discovered the pigs in his life are more likely to be on a shelf than a pig sty as they're the ceramic kind that you save your pennies in.