We plan to open Monday to Saturday 10 – 5.00pm unless we have to close for jabs and suchlike.
There are some brand new lampshades on show – in what we hope will be a fab new colourful abstract and striped style for us. We are using velvet, silk and faux suede to show off the vibrancy of the colours. When other shops start copying our designs we always feel flattered but know it’s time to come up with something new.
We are thrilled to be exhibiting Lily Faith’s delightful bird wreaths and mobiles. She is such a talented maker.
Our newest artist, Amanda Beamish is showing her ceramic seals, fish, octopuses and shells and they are selling so well. Her Stargazy Pies are becoming very collectable indeed. I haven’t seen work of this quality for a long time
We have added some lovely new Spring paintings by Sharon Reeves and some new retro acrylic earrings. New work featuring Kara’s Jesmonite and resin is also now on show and selling well. We have a new range of earrings “MADE BY MABEL” which we know you will love.
Our St Just Artisan Soap is fully restocked and the new Lemongrass and Lime variety is proving very popular. We have a new sugar scrub bar for you to try.
Please take a look at our SHOP OPENING POLICIES here and make sure you know what to expect from us and what we expect from you when you do come backand shop with us. These are much the same as before. One family group or bubble at a time please.
Keep an eye on our Instagram feed for new items in the gallery that may not be going on the website because it is a one off plus lots of pics of Apollo being helpful.
Have a look in the What’s New section of the shop to see our latest products. We have some fab Cornish Cliffs candles in beautiful bone china pots in the gallery now.
Wholesale orders can now be supplied with a two to three week lead time.
Kara’s gallery – Market Place Gallery St Ives – at 11 Market Place in the town (TR26 1RZ) is open on restricted hours with all necessary precautions needed to stay safe.
We are supporting Plastic Free Penzance and St Ives, and currently re-use discarded plastic from our local DIY shop as packaging for your parcels and ask you all to reuse your bubble wrap if possible too.