From 30 April, world renowned wildlife artist Tony Forrest will be taking up residence at The Rock Institute for one week only. Tony has recently branched out into coastal art, so this is a unique opportunity to be one of the first to get your hands on an original piece.
Tony is considered by many to be the UK's finest living wildlife artists which has taken him around all around the globe. From painting wild tigers in India to elephants in African wildlife parks, Tony now resides in North Cornwall. Tony has found inspiration in the Cornish coastal landscapes and can often be found painting on local beaches and clifftops. Tony's exhibition at The Rock Institute will include a selection of Cornish coastal scenes and his famous wildlife pieces.
You may recognise the stunning before and after scene above looking across from Stepper Point from Greenaway Beach. Tony is also available for private commissions if you have a favourite Cornish view that you would like to adorn the wall of your home or Cornish holiday home.
The Rock Institute can be found halfway down the Rock Road in central Rock (car parking available). Pop in to meet Tony and to browse a selection of world class art from 30 April to 05 May (9.00am to 4.00pm).