Herefordshire Galleries & Creative Spaces
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Take 4 Gallery | Ledbury
Nestled in The Homend, just two minutes’ walk from Ledbury’s Market House, is Take 4 Gallery.
Take 4 is an artistic hub showcasing the work of locally and nationally renowned contemporary artists, across a breadth of medium in rolling exhibitions.
Each exhibition selects work reflecting a common theme from artists working in four different media. Take 4 specialises in contemporary artists ranging from painters to sculptors, ceramicists to photographers, jewellers to felt makers. We display works ranging from abstract through to figurative.
30 The Homend
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10 till 5
TEL: 01531 630071
Old Chapel Gallery | Pembridge
Established in 1989, Old Chapel Gallery sources the best in handmade British contemporary fine arts & crafts, made by both emerging and established artists and makers.
We’re located in the heart of rural Herefordshire, between Kington and Leominster. Pembridge is a key position on the popular North Herefordshire black and white village trail. Old Chapel Gallery is firmly
established as a centre of
excellence for casual browsers and serious collectors alike.
Lovers of contemporary British arts & crafts can find work by local and nationally established artists and makers, alongside the innovative work of talented newcomers.
Please visit our website for details about forthcoming exhibitions. If you would like to receive invitations to private viewings and have the chance to be the first to see new work
available, please join our mailing list.
Old Chapel Gallery
The Makers Store | Hereford
The Makers Store is a friendly, creative, working craft studio and gift shop based in Bastion Mews in the heart of Hereford. From the team behind ‘Wye Valley Makers Market’, the shop focuses on championing makers who create affordable craft and gifts handmade both in the Wye Valley and throughout the UK.
The Makers Store hosts a variety of creative workshops for all ages as well as offering the space out to local makers to host their own workshops.
The Makers Store
Unit 3 , Bastion Mews
(in the courtyard outside
Apple Store Gallery | Hereford
h.Art Week | Herefordshire
Garry Jones Ceramics
| Craven Arms
Apple Store Gallery was started by David Laws and Marion Campbell in 2005 in a converted apple store in Brockhampton, Herefordshire. Several moves later, we are now based in Rockfield Road, Hereford where we have a gallery showing local artists’ work, a framing workshop and artists’ studios for rent.
We aim to provide opportunities for artists to work in a creative atmosphere where they can show and promote their work to visitors and the wider public. We take part in h.Art (Herefordshire Art Week) and sponsor Framework Herefordshire, a support network for emerging artists.
For more information, please contact Marion or David on 01432 263937 or by email:
1 Rockfield Road
Herefordshire Art Week,
2-10 September 2023.
Herefordshire Art Week is a nine day art trail open to all. Artists, craftmakers and creative businesses open their private studios everyday from 11am - 5pm at least. Galleries put on special events, whilst groups get together to put on one-off exhibitions, in a wonderful mix of interesting venues.
Discover oodles of creative talent in artist studios, pop up exhibitions and galleries.
100’s of artist images on site and downloadable guide or request postage of guide.
With a newly opened barn studio, see
Garry Jones at work and book a class to create your own ceramics.
Garry's ceramics are inspired by nature and executed by hand, these wonderful clay and as well as bronze creations are packed with character and bursting with joy.
Indoors or out, every piece by this wonderful ceramicist will bring a smile to everyone who sees them.
Purchase Garry’s work direct or to create a work of art of your own, Garry runs classes throughout the year and is soon to be adding accommodation at his beautiful studio in Leintwardine, Craven Arms.
See Garry at many events throughout the year including the RHS Malvern Spring Festival and Herefordshire Art Week. Follow his pages on social media for regular updates and key dates for the diary.