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Gallery space on the Ludlow farmshop site, run co-operatively by 8 local artists.
Eight artists, one venue, run by us...
The Artists’ Gallery proudly presents a group of eight artists all producing beautiful, innovative and highly skilled work, covering a broad spectrum of disciplines. This ranges from original paintings, a selection of collectable limited prints using a variety of processes, textile bags and totes, bronze and resin sculptures.... to handcrafted bowls, art forms and jewellery made from unusual wood, all sustainably sourced, plus a wide range of hand made pottery.
After very careful planning the gallery was masterminded by Shelly Perkins, who specialises in wildlife digital originals. All eight of us agreed to take up the challenge of the cooperative and we all enjoy our contribution to its daily management.
When compared to other galleries we believe a visit to us will enable you to be involved at a much deeper level. We are all familiar with the individual processes we each employ and we are more than happy to share with you the inspiration for the work.
In addition to our ever-changing display, we also have regular Open Art days set aside each year, where we invite other high-quality artists and craftspeople to showcase their work.
The gallery is situated on the A49, adjacent to The Ludlow Farmshop, Bromfield. Open every day you can be assured of a warm welcome...You will not be disappointed.
Monday-Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm
For online sales please visit us through our websites, social media and online shops
Meet The Makers:
Priscilla Kennedy has been working as a bronze sculptor for nearly 50 years, her intricate pieces capture the essence of her subjects which range from racehorses to dung beetles.
Danielle Flowers handcrafts contemporary turned home décor and accessories, utilizing native timber sustainably felled from the Shropshire landscape. www.dflowersmaker.co.uk
Megan Evans creates 'rubbish' art (literally!) by collecting litter from the natural landscape and using it to create her collagraph prints, adding delicate hand-painted details. www.onyourbeach.co.uk
Jan Jay is a textile designer creating hand-printed textiles for soft furnishings as well as framed prints inspired by nature and rural Britain. www.janjaydesign.co.uk
Pip Jones enjoys working in watercolour and mixed media. Her paintings are a celebration of the landscape - the light, the weather, the seasons, time of day, her feelings and mood.
Sarah Billingham creates wheel-thrown pots using white earthenware clay, decorated using various techniques including painting, sponging and sgraffito. www.redlandpottery.co.uk
Wood turner Kim Davis creates vessels and objects that have the clean, calm lines of a timeless form, inspired by the intrinsic beauty of wood. www.kimwdaviswoodturner.com
Shelly Perkins' digital prints showcase wildlife from both rural Britain and beyond, celebrating her love of all things nature and travel and translating that into rich and vibrant works of art. www.shellyperkins.co.uk