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

Arts & Crafts Alive


All Saints’ is an internationally known Grade 1 listed building. It was built in 1901 to the highest standards by a unique Arts and Crafts team, headed by architect William Lethaby. The thatched concrete roof is a work of art in itself and helps to make the church the perfect venue for Herefordshire Art Week

2020 was a disastrous year for us all, but perhaps it has taught us that we cannot take anything for granted.

Most of the artists exhibiting at All Saints' have had a very lean time, and the exhibition this year will be their first for well over a year. Of course All Saints' Church has also had a tough time having been closed for many months.

We are pleased to say that nearly all the artists who had to be turned away in 2020 are joining us this year. We are making some simple changes so that there are more artists using the space in the churchyard in order to make the exhibition as Covid-secure as possible.

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All Saints' Church
Brockhampton (near Ross-on-Wye)
From Ross, use B4224. Turn left after Falcon Guest House, then 1st right & 1st left. From Hereford, turn right at Fownhope. After 2 miles, turn left.

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