I'm a Cornish based artist and photographer inspired heavily by the Cornish coastline and my experiences in the surf.

My Art

My art often holds a graphic quality stemming from my training as a graphic designer at Falmouth University. Being a keen surfer with a passion for the Cornish coastline means that my art is often influenced by the sea, nature and the coast.
My 'Surfscape' series depicts some of my favourite Cornish beaches. They show dreamy surf conditions and clever use of light, creating an idealistic image of Cornwall's famous beaches.
I also enjoy working in collage to create abstract compositions. Using found paper, vintage books and magazines (often found at local car boot sales), my collages combine contemporary ideas with materials from the past, this gives rise to interesting visual juxtapositions.
I sell my work through my website, in selected shops and galleries as well as at markets and fairs. I also take on commissions, so please feel free to contact me with your ideas.

Places you can see and buy my art -
19 St Pirans Rd, Perranporth, Cornwall TR6 0BH    01872 573748
Greetings Cards, mounted 16"x12" prints. A selection of framed 16"x12" prints and photography.
The Quay, Trevaunance Cove, Saint Agnes, Cornwall  TR5 0RU    01872 552166
Framed 16"x12" prints in natural wood frames.
68 Vicarage Rd, Saint Agnes, Cornwall  TR5 0TH    01872 553092
Framed 16"x12" prints in natural wood frames.
26 River St, Truro, Cornwall  TR1 2SJ    01872 240567
Greetings Cards, mounted A4 and 16"x12" prints, Framed 16"x12" prints in white frames.
3 Commercial Road, Harbourside, Porthleven, Cornwall  TR13 9JD    01326 618689
Framed 16"x12" Porthleven and Praa Sands prints.
9 Fore St, Newquay, Cornwall  TR7 1HB
Stocking a wide selection of my greetings cards.


- Interview on Wavelength surf magazine's website - Read it here
- 6 page feature and interview in Carve Magazine
 Laurie McCall taking surf photos at Portreath in Cornwall. Photo by Sarah Bunt.

My Photography

I grew up with an obsession for bodyboarding and bodysurfing and this obsession has clearly continued into my adult life. I get a real kick from swimming around with my camera in a heavy shorebreak or on a barreling reef.

I try to capture images from the perspective of a surfer. This involves getting myself and my camera into positions in the sea that most would avoid. Often I capture my best images moments before being tumbled violently by the waves. Despite the wipeout, I always surface with a smile! 

Laurie McCall Art & Photography