Stone Age Studio

8 South Place, St Just-in-Penwith
TR19 7HW
Tel: 01736 787872
Email: rorytetigo@hotmail.com

www.rorytetigo.co.uk


Sculptor Rory Te’Tigo has lived in St Just since 1993. He paints, sculpts in stone, wood and ceramics and makes a wide variety of musical instruments, chairs and silver jewellery.


Picture link to Cornish uprights page on Rory's website           Picture link to Cornish uprights page on Rory's website

A monumental granite sculpture can be seen outside St Just Library. Another of Rory’s projects, of abstract carved Cornish granite called "The Surfers," can be seen by the side of the A30 trunk road at the entrance to Sennen, the first and last village in the U.K..

Picture link to sculpture page on Rory's website  Picture link to the musical instruments page on Rory's website

Rory Te’Tigo’s sculptures are full of archetypal and archaic quotations. Taking inspiration from the archaeology of West Cornwall and its beautiful landscape his work is "Neo-Archaic" and is executed in the style of Fantastic Realism.

Picture link to the objects page on Rory's website

Rory is the only Lyra maker in the U.K.. A C.D. of his Lyra music is now available. In the summer months Rory Te’Tigo conducts guided well walks. Please enquire about dates and times by telephone.

Picture link to sculpture page on Rory's website   Picture link to sculpture page on Rory's website

For more information about Rory's art and life visit his Internet Homepage:
www.rorytetigo.co.uk

Opening Hours
From 1pm most days, though if making a special journey it is advisable to call first.

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