Peerless Land. Woodcut. Peter Fox
Redwing is a not-for-profit social enterprise which aims to represent art and artists excluded from the mainstream commercial art world. Redwing was founded by the artists Peter Fox and Roselyne Williams and has been popping up in Penzance, Cornwall since 2011.
Redwing's arts and community hub is at 36A Market Jew Street, Penzance, Cornwall.
At Redwing there are two floors of exhibition, performance and rehearsal space, an open access non-toxic printmaking and book arts studio, affordable artist's studios, a second-hand book shop and Cafe de Cuba, a vegan Cuban coffee shop.
Work by David Axtell, Paul Broad, Lucy Brown, Marc Craig, Peter Fox, Rebecca Jazwinder-Leest, John Sheehy, Alan Streets and more.
In the upper gallery:
An exhibition created in a day...
Artists were invited to come in to Redwing on Sunday 9th September between 9am and 5pm and create work from scratch for exhibition over the following week.
Current Opening Times:
Thursday 11am - 4.30pm
Friday 11am -4:30pm
Saturday 11am - 4.30pm
Please have a look at our calendar page to see upcoming events at Redwing.
How to find us:
Redwing is only a few minutes walk from Penzance train and bus station and from the Wharfside and Rail Station car parks.
Redwing Gallery's entrance is on the pedestrian alleyway called Wood Street, which runs from the lower end of Market Jew Street, Penzance (the main street in Penzance) to the lower end of Bread Street. You will find us opposite the Crown pub on the Bread Street side and near Supervolt on Market Jew Street.
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01736 448402 (Mon - Sat 11-4.30pm)