Snog Furniture
Snog Furniture, Peter Morgan
Apple Trees painting Chris Williams
Chris Williams
Rebecca Davis
The Hill oil on canvas
Alison Grimley
Contemporary glass
Nina Casson Mc Garva



The team of four Art staff from Hereford Cathedral School showcase their paintings, mixed media sculpture and prints alongside the work of A-Level fine art and textiles students. Their subjects investigate landscapes, natural forms and architecture alongside the students’ collection of dynamic and diverse projects.

Frances Greenough - Frances is Head of Art at Hereford Cathedral School having graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Painting. Her practice investigates the subject of real and fictional landscape.
Natalie Collins - Working with materials ranging from paper and canvas to fabric and ceramic, Natalie takes inspiration from details which can often be overlooked in the busyness of day-to-day life. Her daily sketches lead to three dimensional sculptures inspired by themes of loss and discovery, imagined and real.
Adrienne Craddock - Adrienne graduated with an MA in Fine Art printmaking from Manchester and her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. She is currently working on a series of monoprints inspired by the landscapes of rural Herefordshire.
Sally Clarke - Sally graduated from Bath College of Art with a degree in Ceramics and 3-D Design, and has been an artist and teacher for 20 years. Her work is inspired the cycle of life and explores the relationship between mankind’s power to create life and the beauty of nature’s energy.

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Artists Exhibiting at ARTIST & STUDENT

Adrienne Craddock & Sally Clarke
Natalie Collins & Frances Greenough


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Hereford Cathedral School
Portman Centre, Castle Street,
You will find the Portman Centre on Castle Street adjacent to No 1 and opposite the entrance to Quay Street.

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