Wysing Arts Centre provides alternative environments and structures for artistic research, experimentation, discovery and production, out of which emerges an ongoing programme of exhibitions, publicevents, family and schools activity. Our large rural site near Cambridge includes a gallery, education and new media facilities, artists' studios, project spaces and a 17th century farmhouse.
We will illustrate and interpret the history of Royston and its district through our collections and other resources encouraging everyone, in particular the local community, to actively participate inthe collection, research and presentation of our local heritage.
Welcome to London Row, an Online Gallery that makes buying fine art easy and accessible. We offer a bespoke and reliable service - giving you a gallery experience without leaving your home. If you arelooking for something special for your home or loved one then lose yourself in our abundant collection of art from original paintings to limited edition prints and sculpture. We work with over 80 international artists forming our eclectic mix of artist talent to suit everyone's taste.
The 2015 Spring and Summer show commences on the weekend of the 16th and 17th of May, with private views on the preceding Thursday and Friday evenings. Welcome to this beautiful Hertfordshire artgallery. The gallery is devoted to original works of art and has an excellent, continually changing exhibition of oils, watercolours, drawings and mixed media pieces. We are also very proud of our contingent of original printmakers, contributing exquisite etchings, linocuts, and screen prints.
Rhapsode is based in Letchworth in North Herts. Rhapsode is a professional community arts* production company that runs projects and aims to take the arts to wider audiences. We have our own gallerywith in-house cafe called Dot to Dot and we also facilitate pop-up and exhibitions. We work with festivals, schools, and we help artists put on exciting, innovative shows and performances. We can do book launches, productions, street festivals.
I was born in Cannes, France, before moving to England at a very early age to be brought up in Bedford, my 'home' town. Although I have always had an interest in art and have produced a large amountof work in mediums such as film, lino cuts, silk screen, felt, ceramic, acrylics, water colours, wood, metal and stained glass, I have only recently started exhibiting.
We show a wide range of work embracing ceramics, glass, jewellery, sculpture, printmaking, collage and photography, as well as painting in oils, watercolour, acrylics and other media. The aim was tocreate an artist-run gallery with an informal, visitor friendly environment. Eagle Bookshop has supported and sponsored Eagle Gallery from its beginning and continues to do so.
Bedford Creative Arts is a contemporary arts charity. We deliver a programme of artist commissions and residencies, events, projects, and workshops that cater for a wide audience and provide newopportunities for artists. We commission artists who want to make new work in response to people and places and whose work involves other people. Art made in public and community spaces by artists who actively encourage participation in their work.
The gallery was established in 2011 by Hitchin artist Emmeline Webb. It's a showcase for local and regional arts and crafts. The gallery houses a lovely collection of paintings, hand pulled prints,ceramics and glass, along with its own range of greetings cards and bone china products.
Picture Corner has been trading in Ampthill, Bedfordshire for over 20 years. The business has provided local residents and businesses alike with a high quality picture framing service as well ashaving a range of limited edition prints by a wide variety of artists, including such well-known names as Doug Hyde, Fletcher Sibthorp and Sue Howells.