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About the Gallery

“Artist Judi Green and her partner Brian took over the well-established but quite traditionally orientated Tregony Gallery, in Cornwall some four years ago and turned It into what good contemporary gallerists with a bit of venture and commitment in their bones could hope to achieve in the promotion of what I sometimes like to term ‘proper painting’ Maybe not so hard to do in St Ives with its huge, Tate St Ives primed audience but much harder work in a small holiday town. With painters trained in such places as the Slade, Camberwell, Royal College of Art, Falmouth and Royal Drawing School, they have evolved a ‘house style’ of contemporary figuration that stretches from Uglow/Coldstream ‘ structured’ observation to the more fluidly expressive and abstracted.

Nicholas Usherwood, Galleries Magazine January 2019


Taking over Tregony Gallery in 2015, gallery directors Judi and Brian Green embarked on a major re-branding and repositioning that culminated in an artist run gallery focusing on distinctive figurative painting with a unique contemporary focus for art in Cornwall.

After 35 years working in the creative industries, Brian and Judi came with the ability to spot artists that have something different about how they see and interpret the world. Now, Tregony Gallery boasts an impressive roster of national and international artists and is the perfect place to enjoy a balance of original work by emerging and established British and contemporary artists. The gallery's distinctive programme of exhibitions, have been rewarded by a growing number of collectors and extensive media coverage.

In addition to supporting established artists they nurture young and emerging artists within art schools and colleges awarding their annual Tregony Gallery Art Prize

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