Sculpture, a beautiful ceramic pot or a finely-carved wooden bench have a life and a meaning which cannot be imbued by any manufacturing process. Rachel Bebb has an M.A. in Modern and Contemporary Artfrom Winchester School of Art (Southampton University). She has curated two exhibitions in Salisbury Cathedral, one of sculpture by Peter Eugene Ball, and the other of work by Charlotte Mayer FRBS.
Made in the Hood is an established site allowing local artists and craftspeople to display their work to a wider online audience. We are based in Woolton Hill, south of Newbury and are open to allartists who are within easy travelling distance of our neighbourhood ("Hood") of Woolton Hill, Ball Hill, Highclere, Penwood and the villages of north Hamphire. We exhibit both as a group and individually as part of the Open Studios Scheme and also at local events.
The Colour Factory is an artist's studio group of six professional artists. Under The Colour Factory flag we work together producing imaginative community and educational projects. Following a hugesupport from our lovely customers over the years, we have decided to offer a treat. Six Artists, Twelve months, we are going to take it in turn every month to sponsor an artistic giveaway. The winner will be notified by email or phone and you can arrange a good time to visit us and collect your prize.
Established in 1977 and in the current premises for 20 years Bell Fine Art displays a large selection of original contemporary and antique paintings together with etchings, limited and open editionprints, and local views of Winchester. Housed over two floors the gallery is the ideal place to look for that unusual or original gift for a wedding or a birthday. Displays are constantly changing with special features on particular artists.
Located in the heart of Winchester, Hampshire, facing the Cathedral, The Minster Gallery shows figurative and abstract paintings and sculpture by contemporary British and international artists. Aswell as a continuously changing display of work by its core artists, the Gallery organises periodic one-man shows, group exhibitions and exhibitions on specific themes. Art in the heart of Winchester!
DINOFEST2015 sees some of the world's leading dinosaur exhibits stomp into Hampshire. From inquisitive young minds to intrepid explorers, there is fun for all the family. Become a DINO TRACKER andcollect footprint stickers at every exhibition you visit to win roarsome prizes. By developing unique partnerships with the likes of SeaCity Museum, the Natural History Museum and many others, Hampshire Cultural Trust has improved the quality of culture in the county.
The Winchester Science Centre staff team consists of education, STEM and planetarium staff, an in-house workshop team, finance, marketing, corporate, admin and front-of-house staff plus a Director.The Science Centre's Patron is the Earl of Selborne. Winchester Science Centre acts as an inspirational school or visitor destination. The workshop team also builds exhibits for other science centres, museums and attractions.
We hold four annual exhibitions which are hung around our home, with the intention of showing work of a wide range of artists and subject matter, within a relaxed environment. The two main shows arein October and May, with a Little Picture Show in December and a Decorative two day sale in June. During the Spring Exhibition in May, sculptures and objects are also displayed around the garden.
Filling all three floors of a listed building at 27 Bell Street, Rum's Eg boasts a contemporary gallery with an extensive selection of work including: jewellery, ceramics, paintings, prints, softfurnishings, wooden and glass gifts and an unrivalled selection of greetings cards and design-led gifts. We also have a large creative workshop space and our own Art Cafe serving delicious drinks, homemade cakes and light lunches.
A potted history of Craftsman Newbury Ltd. and Gallery1753 established early 1960′s. Craftsman opened in West Mills in the early 1960's as an art gallery run by Bernard Rose. In the early 70'sthe business moved to 61 Bartholomew St. by Blackboys Bridge and continued to trade as a gallery but added framing and crafts. Bernard was eventually joined by Peter Pope and then Peter's twin brother the late Alan Pope.