'A view from a Hill'
'Seed Heads & Wren'
'Yellow is the Colour'
How do you describe your Gallery?:
Old Chapel Gallery sources the best in handmade British contemporary fine arts & crafts, made by both emerging and established artists and makers. Exhibitions are held regularly throughout the year in the upstairs gallery – in a variety of media – which provides the opportunity to introduce new young makers alongside well-known names.
Do you specialise in any particular artform or craft?:
British Contemporary. Original art, premium prints, original prints, ceramics, stained glass, textiles, wearables, sculpture, garden sculpture, bronze,
What's important to you when you choose whose work to exhibit and sell?:
Work must be well designed, innovative and unusual with 'wow' factor. Collectors will discover an impressive array of work in a wide range of prices.
What's coming up this year?:
Seasonal Exhibitions as usual. All viewable online. ‘Song of the Earth’ Spring Exhibition Opens on Sunday March 12th Shadows On The Grass’ Garden Sculpture Exhibition Opens on Saturday April 30th Hay Festival Exhibition@ OCG Opens on Saturday May 21st Sunlight on the Garden’ Summer Exhibition Opens on Saturday July9th ‘When Soft was the Sun' Autumn and h.Art Exhibition Opens on Saturday September 3rd ‘Winter Curiosities’ Winter/Christmas Exhibition Opens on Saturday November 5th
Your notable exhibitions in the last few years:
We run 6 exhibitions each year. They are always exciting and uplifting.
Who are the Artists you show on a regular basis:
Anna Ravenscroft, Tim Nash, Jackie Morris, Tamsin Abbott, Frans Wesselman, Rachel Wright, Mary Woodin, Jemima Jameson, Jason Braham, Helen Martino, Amanda Clark, Jenny Jones, Sue Hayden, Kathy Barrs, Elaine Adams,