To celebrate the food festival again this year we have stunning collections of ceramics by some of the best contemporary ceramic makers. Just arrived …the bold, distinctive patterned bowls of Andrew Ludick. Having originally studied illustration at Columbus College of Art, Andrew changed his focus away from painting and drawing to working with clay after moving to Ireland in 2003. He… Read more »
We are showcasing a new maker, Barry Stedman, alongside our current exhibition with painter Kumar Saraff. Barry makes slab-built or hand thrown and altered pieces using stunning, vibrant colours and strong mark making. ‘My ceramics are influenced by the drawings that I make in places that I find interesting and inspiring. I like to explore… Read more »
We are open on Sunday 8th December from 10am-4pm to celebrate the Abergavenny Christmas Food & Drink Fair. Stock up on all your Christmas foods – fresh and cured meats, cheeses and chocolates, cakes and desserts, wines, liqueurs and more… from over 90 producers. Come and visit our festive display in the market hall. A table decked with… Read more »
Come and see a roomful of glorious local landscapes by Kumar Saraff. Kumar studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools, where he won several awards and prizes, including the David Murray travel scholarship for landscape painting and a silver medal for excellence in painting. You can also see new displays by some of our regular… Read more »
A Mother’s love is… …special, nurturing, enduring, brave, fearless, supportive and protective – a guiding light. A cupboard full of domestic ceramics by James Burnett-Stuart… ‘I like the way pots enter our lives stealthily, benignly, and exert their quiet influence. As companions, offering beauty, comfort, practical service, sensuous experience all in a modest almost subliminal… Read more »
A few more Christmas delights from our winter show ‘Where the Wonderful Happens’…
On this day express your love for each other… Why not choose from our unique selections of hand-printed cards and wrappings that you can embellish and colour yourself – good enough to frame. Lots of small, precious, carefully selected gift ideas.