Dunheved Art brings you a striking new collection of original paintings by one imaginative Cornish artist.  Due to profound disability and the limitations of his chronic illness (ME/CFS), the artist’s particular style has gradually evolved over the last few years and is inspired by the work of street artist Banksy, West Cornwall artist Kurt Jackson and the Impressionists.  Combining a glimpse of nostalgia from the Launceston area, a twist of urban architecture and a sense of luminous, dynamic texture within landscape studies, this work feels very different from established acrylic styles.  

Take a look and enjoy the unfolding collection.  To buy an original painting, please contact the artist’s wife, Cherry at dunhevedart@gmail.com.  She manages all sales and exhibitions.  Studio viewing may be available by appointment at Launceston, Cornwall.  Check out Instagram @dunhevedart for the latest paintings and special offers.

20% of all painting sales will be donated to the charity, Invest in ME Research (IiMER). 


A ‘Nostalgia Series’ of paintings depicting Launceston’s heritage, together with fine art limited edition prints of ‘Castle Footprints’ and ‘Altarnun Church’ can be found at Zebediahs, 5 Church Street, Launceston.  **The shop is due to re-open on 17th June, with Coronavirus restrictions in place.** Please email Rene Trewern at zebediahsart@gmail.com if you wish to make an online purchase.

Forthcoming Exhibition – following its success last year, Richard Sharland of Terre Verte Gallery in Altarnun is organising another Shop Window Exhibition in Launceston as part of the Charles Causley Festival.  Paintings will be displayed in shop windows across the town, or online, depending on restrictions, between July and August.  More details to follow.

The current collection of work is by arrangement outside our address (due to Coronavirus shielding), or paintings can be posted via courier at extra cost. Canvases are sold unframed.

Launceston Skyline

Launceston Skyline – FOR SALE 
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