We are celebrating our 25th year at Old Chapel Gallery... doesn't time fly when we're enjoying ourselves!
There will be a series of exhibitions to celebrate, so keep an eye on our Current Exhibtion page.
With river levels subsiding, flooding under control and the days ardently lengthening, we welcome the prospect of Spring at Old Chapel Gallery, Pembridge.
“Colours of Hergest Ridge” celebrates both our 25th year and a local landscape we all hold dear. The line up of collectable and appealing art by talented British artist/makers, all inspired by our glorious Herefordshire Marches landscape, strikes a heartening mood of optimism. Our 2014 Spring exhibition opens on Sunday March 9th and continues until the end of April.
Despite the wind and rain the snowdrops remain brilliantly undeterred, while the catkins now appearing on the trees strike a mood of optimisim, heralding the anticipation of Spring.
We welcome you to visit us in the tranquillity of our Herefordshire gallery where a bountiful collection of carefully selected, handmade works of art are waiting to be discovered.
Firmly established as a centre of excellence, casual browsers and serious collectors of contemporary British art and craft alike can find work by local and nationally established artists and makers, alongside the innovative work of talented newcomers.
At the heart of rural Herefordshire, between Kington and Leominster, Old Chapel Gallery, Pembridge
is situated in a key position on the popular North Herefordshire black and white village trail.
Visit us in person this season to uncover that extra special gift or continue browsing to sample the wide range of work we promote and display. Work from every medium is commissionable. Enjoy the feast!
CRAFT: Ironwork (a particular strength), garden furniture, contemporary furiture, wood turning, carving, 3D work - often using recycled or natural materials, fine hand blown glass, sculture, ceramics, jewellery, and textiles, with a strong accent on wearables.
FINE ART: an eclectic range of original, framed watercolours, gouaches, oils, pastels, etchings and aquatints, plus an interesting collection of unframed prints and a huge selection of cards.