Kasia Turajczyk’s Camelford Art Exhibits

According to a new article on her web site Tremail based artist Kasia Turajczyk is currently exhibiting some of her paintings at The Camelford Gallery:

I am back to the active and creative part of myself. I am back at my studio. The weather is getting better, warmer. I am back in front of the easel and back at my drawing desk.

I have delivered a few old and new paintings to The Camelford Gallery, in the centre of Camelford at 23 Market Place.

The gallery is full of exciting paintings in oil, acrylics, watercolours, drawings, graphics and prints. If you are in Cornwall at the moment or planning a holiday this year, you should try hard to visit the gallery.

Kasia concludes by saying:

It doesn’t have the usual holiday-like-boats-trashy-images. If you seriously appreciate quality art, The Camelford Gallery is the perfect place for you.

I’ll try to translate that for you. If you’re visiting Cornwall and you want to buy pictures of fishing boats bobbing up and down on a cerulean blue ocean then go to St. Ives, preferably before or after the forthcoming G7 Summit at Carbis Bay. However if you fancy some more substantial artistic fare then come to Camelford instead!

By way of example, here is one of Kasia’s water colours with a bit of blue in the background:

One Reply to “Kasia Turajczyk’s Camelford Art Exhibits”

  1. Hello,

    Thank you for mentioning my paintings in The Camelford Gallery.

    For your information, in 2019 I exhibited my paintings at the Wellington Hotel in Boscastle. The works hung in the upper rooms of the pub/restaurant. It was agreed that they should be displayed there for two months. However, at the end of the first month, I had to take one of my works off the wall. This was because somebody complained that the image of the painting was offensive. For some people, art is only about nice and lovely pictures of boats, sheep, hills, greenery and blue waters.

    Here is the image of the painting:

    You can make your own mind up about whether or not it is abusive artwork. It is a ridiculous notion – offensive art.

    [Moved image – Mod]

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