Artists At The Gallery

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One of Caroline Jaine’s astonishing motor art images

A few more visitors in the gallery this week as the season warms up and holidays get under way. Among those admiring the art on show were Peter Gough, Flora Doehler and Larry Knox, each of them very accomplished artists. One of the most satisfying aspects of having the gallery is the obvious pleasure the show gives to artists, regardless of whether their own work is on display.
In a couple of weeks we’ll be welcoming Anna Horsnell Wade with a selection of her work from the Art of Jazz series, something we are very excited about. Before then we may have a new window display that may turn a few heads along with a link to the Tour de France. This space is always worth watching!

New work on show

When visitors at the gallery purchase work from the walls it gives us the happy task of rehanging at least part of our display. And so it has been this week with the largest piece from last Saturday’s opening show now¬†being enjoyed in it’s new home. And a second piece will be leaving us in the next week or so when the new owners collect it.
RW9But we’re very happy to have been able to add new work from Rebekah Wetmore to the show, so come down and see us, we’re open this weekend – Saturday until 6.30pm and Sunday from 12 to 6, and regularly through the week.


Open2After a thoroughly enjoyable Saturday afternoon with several artists and many friends, the gallery is now officially open for the season.
The space has been changed around a little since last year and the innovations have added an extra dimension to the gallery. Together with some exceptional new work, there is much to be enjoyed. Come and see for yourself!

Pristine White

Preparations for opening are well under way. The inside is back to pristine white and the art has started to arrive. Looks like next week sometime we’ll open for the season, so watch this space.
Meanwhile the window display looks at its best after dark – also a case of watch this space.

Best seen at night
For the moment the gallery is best seen at night.