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Christmas Exhibition 2015 ‘All Wrapped Up’

Christmas exhibition 2015

Christmas Exhibition 2015 ‘All Wrapped Up’

The Christmas Exhibition 2015 at Old Chapel Gallery, Pembridge
entitled ‘All Wrapped Up’ opens on Saturday November 7 with a dazzling collection of hand picked, hand made delights! Give the High Street a miss this Christmas and shop for unique British made presents in the calm and tranquil atmosphere of the gallery. Enjoy a truly delightful shopping experience.

We will be featuring a cornucopia of wonderful Christmas present ideas from the best of British artists and makers, many from Herefordshire and surrounds – something for everyone! Including handmade cards, candles and soaps, Christmas tree decorations in copper, brass, glass and porcelain, jewellery in silver, acrylic, pearls and semi-precious stones, studio glass and stained glass, ceramics – functional and decorative, ironwork – including pokers, tongs, snuffers and candle holders, bronzes, sculpture – both for inside and the garden, original paintings, prints, including limited edition etchings and photographs, a wide range of textiles to include jackets, hats, scarves, gloves, cushions and throws.

To adorn your walls we will be showing a new collection of scraper board prints and originals by Kay Leverton, acrylics by James Donovan, watercolours by Mary Ann Rogers and mixed media paintings by Audrey Bradley.

To keep out the winter chill there will be a ‘must have’ collection of scarves, wraps and bags in printed cashmere and lambswool from textile designer maker, Fiona McIntosh and Nuno felted merino wool with silk fibres by Kathie Barrs. Both have created . desirable accessories for any ladies wardrobe!
There will also be chunky sweaters for men in lambs wool and silk, felted lambs wool jackets in a fabulous collection of colours for women and new winter collections from our regular British makers.

No line up would be complete without jewellery so we will be showing new collections by Rozie Keogh, Lesley Strickland, Chrissie Nash, Leoma drew and more.

John Mainwaring creates quirky wooden sculptures that are carved and painted, each one unique.It has been said that his pieces will be our heirlooms in the future.
New to the gallery will be a range of domestic pottery by Stuart Houghton and ceramic sculpture by Valerie James.

Don’t delay your visit, you won’t be disappointed!
Gift wrapping service available, so all you have to do is decide what to give!

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