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Exhibition change-over

19 May - 22 May 2015

Please be aware: we will be changing shows from Tuesday 19 – Friday 22 May.

Kestle Barton will remain open and you are welcome to enjoy the garden, along with our light refreshments; and also to wonder the grounds to enjoy the wild flower meadow in bloom and to view the progress of Paul Chaney’s Encampment Supreme, but viewing in the gallery will be compromised. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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Encampment Supreme with Paul Chaney

2 May - 30 May 2015

A temporary pavilion designed by artist Paul Chaney.

This structure, a continuation of Paul’s ongoing research into low impact ‘grass roots’ architecture, promises to be unprecedented exploration of building with bent hazel and found waste.

Made using only traditional vernacular building techniques and post-consumer waste, and built during a series of public workshops, the pavilion will house some of Kestle Barton’s summer events.

Kestle Barton is looking for volunteers who might be interested to work with Paul on this project. Please contact us if you are interested.

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Coming Up

Testing Tropes: Group Show

23 May - 12 July 2015

Double Brass 2015

21 June 2015

Moos / Moss: Andrea Büttner

18 July - 6 September 2015

Jollytown, Etchings 1968 – 1978: Bryan Ingham

12 September - 31 October 2015

Archive

Exhibition change-over

Roger Ackling: Sun Histories

2015 Season Starts Soon

In Memory of Ray Exworth

End of Season Cream Tea Party

Turning Seasons

Hannah Woodman: Garden Drawings

Off-Grid Weekend with Paul Chaney

Lizard Exit Plan

Double Brass with Abigail Reynolds and St Keverne Band

Box A: Accidents

Encampment #1 Workshop with Paul Chaney

Artist talk with Lucy Willow

Lucy Willow: Fallen

Anthony Bryant

At the still point: Anthony Bryant and Kaori Homma

Tallys an Tir – Traditions and Stories of the Land

This Land – Tallys An Tir at Kestle Barton

The Tom Cross Archive

Tom Cross: Early Paintings

Saffy Setohy: Soliloquy

Fixtures and Fittings: Jessica Cooper and Jennie Hancox

Site – Non – Site: NSA at Kestle Barton

Richard Cook: With Closed Eyes

Greenhouse: Matt Durran and Max Jacquard

A Bouquet for Bill: A Collector’s Celebration of William Marshall

Louise McClary: Your Green Voice

Outdoor Sculpture 2012 – Fertile Landscapes

Use and Ornament: Kestle Barton Christmas Show

Ray Exworth: A Shutter Came Down

Sensing Earth – Art and Environment

In Abundance: Kestle Barton’s Flower and Vegetable Show

Juliette Paull: Elemental Truths

Outdoor Sculpture 2011 – Peter Fluck: Mobiles

Frenchman’s Creek: A participatory programme of photography, projections, performance walks, artists’ talks and gallery meals.

Andrew Lanyon: Von Ribbentrop in St. Ives

Mike McInnerney: Routes and Branches

Michael Chaikin: Undulate

Patrick Shanahan: Rupture

Open 28 March - 31 October 2015, Tuesday - Sunday 10:30am - 5pm