Artists materials and framing service. There are several areas of display space arranged and above there are two four star self catering apartments that provide a comfortable and civilised base forcouples exploring Exmoor. Peter, dogs Chloe and Sprocket take pride in their wide and ever changing selection and always welcome customers new and old. With able assistance from Linda and Jeanie.
It is wonderful to see Melody's Art on screen, but to witness Her "Paintings Wall" in Her Studio could be compared to receiving a "Dream from God". I am more than happy with my recent purchases andyour glorious painting of Exmoor fills my bedroom with colour. It cheers me up every morning when I wake up. All good wishes to you both - Geoffrey from Taunton. We received our painting in its gorgeous frame and we are over the moon with our purchase.
We are a friendly group of some seventy members, ranging from complete beginners to experienced artists. We are just coming to the end of the Spring season of workshops and the planning of the Summersession, starting in June, is well advanced. Keep an eye out for full details under WORKSHOP section.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm. The gallery aims to promote the work of local artist makers and is based in Barnstaple, North Devon. The work on sale is a mixture of media includingpaintings in watercolour, oils, gouache, textiles, fused and lampworked glass, wood and ceramics.
Artists' Cards publish Fine Art and Decorative Art Cards, Black and White Photographic Cards and traditional Christmas Cards, Charity (Cancer Research) and non Charity packs. Over many years we havesupplied discerning retailers with selections of cards tailored to their customer profile. A wonderful extensive collection of Fine Art Blank Greetings Cards for gift shops, bookshops and museum and gallery shops.
Edward Woollard, maternal grandfather of current owner Roy Smith, opened the Blue Gallery at 16 Joy Street, Barnstaple in 1946. He was a photographer by profession and also had a café on thepremises. Fast-forward 66 years and the Blue Gallery has grown to be one of the the largest art, craft and needlework suppliers in the South West, selling brands such as Daler Rowney, Winsor & Newton, Pro Arte, DMC, Dylon, Coats, Staedtler and much more from the same premises in Joy Street.
Nigel's fascination with science and space led to his unique patented design of WHY, a question mark made from the letters W, H and Y. The W is at the top, the H is halfway down and the tail of the Yat the bottom curls around to form the dot of the question mark.
I create flameworked and fused glass art in my studio in Barnstaple surrounded by the stunning Devon coastal countryside. My initial inspiration is taken from the colours of the sea, preferring towork with various shades of blue, green and azure. Using flat sheets of Bullseye fusible glass as the starting point, I cut and layer the glass before firing it in one of my digitally controlled kilns.
FRAMING ---- Established family business offering you a friendly and personal service with professional expertise and creativity in bespoke picture framing at a reasonable price. FRAMED PHOTOS ---Unique range of seascape images framed or mounted of North Devon including Saunton Sands, Croyde Bay, Woolacombe, Putsborough and Various Local Scenes. FRAMED PAINTINGS AND PRINTS--- Beautiful display of sought after local artists original paintings of North Devon, stunning framed local photography.
Situated in the ancient harbour town of Watchet, West Somerset, The Lynda Cotton Gallery was established over twenty five years ago. Watchet is said to be the port from which the Ancient Mariner setsail on his fateful voyage in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's epic poem, the Rime of the Ancient Mariner. It has a long and fascinating maritime history, dating back to the Viking invasions and beyond.