Artist: Kumar Saraff

Winter Show 2011

Alchemy of the Imagination Showcasing 3 artists Jayne Lennard – Sculptures inspired by the written word. Jayne transforms discarded objects and captures the intrinsic magic of the fairy tale. Amanda Caines – Contemporary jewellery made from found and discarded pieces that were once worn and loved. Glass, semi-precious stones and vintage jewellery lend a sense… Read more »

An Anthology of Works by Painters & Printmakers

Alongside a mixed show of paintings, we have set up a Print Room for all our exhibiting printmakers. Framed and unframed limited edition Lino, wood block, wood engraving, collograph & silkscreen prints available. You can select an unframed edition and use our framing service, with a wide range of mouldings, mounts and prices. The Printmakers… Read more »

Artist in the Garden – Late Summer Show 2014

Gathering together a collection of artworks – paintings, drawings, printworks, ceramics and jewellery by artists who have closely looked at the world around them. Maybe a small flowering space, a wooded copse, the rolling landscape, a jug of garden picked flowers. From the very simplest to the all embracing… bright, beautiful, metaphorical, meditative, quiet, gentle… Read more »

Artist in the Garden – Summer Show 2009

A summer assortment of new artists and Art Shop favourites. Printing on textiles workshop with Cornelia O’Donovan RCA

Artist in the Garden – Summer Show 2013

A gallery filled with colour – our annual summer show. As any gardener knows, this is the time when our gardens really start to perform – verdant green, lush gardens bursting into colour. Showcasing… Matt Caines – Drifts of…small enough to hold in a hand, Inuit inspired exquisite carvings in shed antler – birds, fish,… Read more »

Kumar Saraff – New Works

These panels of 4 or perhaps 5 paintings have been assembled by the artist into a sequence of narrative performances, which take place within theatrical interiors and from behind closed doors, in familiar and intimate surroundings. They are all telling stories, posing questions and suggesting many possibilities, but it is the spectator who makes the… Read more »