Past Exhibition, featuring Peter Horrocks, Clare Conrad, Nancy Frost & Simon Meiklejohn
Past Exhibition, featuring Toria Whitfield, Jenni Stuart-Anderson, Freya Gamble, Katie Gamble, Jane Bisby, Brittany Davies, Paul Baines
Past Exhibition, featuring Helen Smith, Jane Keay, Adrian Sheil, Paul Baines, Gill Davies, Dee Mills.
Past Exhibition, featuring Siwan Gillick, James Burnett Stuart, Clare Conrad, Alys Wall
Made in the Marches Gallery, 12 Church St, Kington, HR5 3AZ
How do you describe your Gallery?:
Made in the Marches is a venue to celebrate and showcase the work of both established and emerging artists and makers, living and creating in the Marches of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Powys. Themed and seasonal exhibitions offer a diverse and changing collection of art and craft, reflecting the talent and essence of the region.
Do you specialise in any particular artform or craft?:
We exhibit art work in a wide range of media: Paintings, Prints and other wall art; Ceramics; Stone, Metal, Wood, Willow and Mixed Media sculpture, Jewellery, Textiles and wearable art and more. We also stock a large and inspiring range of cards and art materials.
What's important to you when you choose whose work to exhibit and sell?:
We work with artists living and working in the Welsh Marches, and our exhibitions celebrate the beauty and value of the natural world. We strive to promote emerging artists as well as featuring established artisans.
What's coming up this year?:
Marches Makers Festival (28th, 29th, 30th August 2021) - Venues throughout Kington host exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops and more from the thriving community of local artists and makers.
Your notable exhibitions in the last few years:
Paul Baine's 'Shrine': a monument to a wasteful age, constructed from recyclable materials found on the roadside. An Eye for the Land: The Silurian System, as part of our 'Stratifications' exhibition Land Into Art: a celebration of art created from and within the landscape.
Who are the Artists you show on a regular basis:
Shannon Donovan, Jane Keay, Rebecca Reynolds, Rebecca Finney, Nancy Frost, Malcolm Mellen, Paul Baines, Freya Gamble, Helen Smith, Celia Kibblewhite, Rosamund Black, Alys Wall, Gill Davies, Dee Mills.