mono print
Adrienne Craddock
ceramic mugs
Damian Keefe
Shelly Perkins
Phil Clark
Artist blacksmith
Neil Lossock

Green Cow Collective


Green Cow Kitchens, part of the brand new Crumplebury development,
is an inspirational venue set in the beautiful countryside surrounding Whitbourne Hall. This
year the venue hosts four local artists exhibiting a diverse range of work. 

Bill Evans paints landscapes in oils inspired by the surrounding Whitbourne landscape and
also some recent painting trips to the continent

Megan Evans creates work using a wide range of new materials to create her sumptuously
layered collagraph prints

Working with a surprising variety of techniques, materials and imagery, Margaret Richardson strives to create ceramics that are at one inventive, earthy and bold

Wildlife artist Shelly Perkins will be showing a wide range of new work including pieces
inspired by her latest adventures from the Alps to Africa

This year Bill, Megan and Shelly have been meeting regularly to do plein air sketching.
Some of the (contrasting) results of these sessions will be available to view and buy.

The artists will be on hand to welcome visitors to the venue with tea and coffee and their
usual selection of homemade cakes. Please telephone in advance to enquire what lunch
options may be available through the restaurant 01886 821992.

On this page

Artists Exhibiting at Green Cow Collective

Shelly Perkins

Bill Evans

Margaret Richardson

Megan Evans


Venue Number: 
Green Cow Kitchens
Crumplebury Farm
07974 652866
From Worcester continue on A44 past Whitbourne for 400m, turn R signed Green Cow Kitchens. From Bromyard B4203 for 2.5 miles, turn R signed Lower Norton.

Search alphabetically