Worcestershire Galleries & Creative Spaces
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Elmslie House | Malvern
Elmslie House is both an elegant venue and a private family home in the heart of Great Malvern, Worcestershire.
Parts of the house are open to the public for regular music recitals & performances, art exhibitions, craft fairs, talks, workshops, Yoga retreat days and wedding receptions. In addition there is a full timetable of weekly term-time classes ranging from Pilates, vocal training, horticulture, art and embroidery classes, U3A clubs and many more!
For full listings you check out our website or Instagram @elmsliehousemalvern and we're on Facebook too.
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8 Avenue Rd
Fifties Art | Malvern
We specialise in mid-century art and design and the work of John Piper, one of the most versatile and prolific of twentieth century artists. We offer a carefully selected range of original pictures, prints & posters and a varied stock of John Piper’s original works, fabrics and limited edition prints. We are always interested in buying any of Piper’s works.
Based in Malvern and London, our stock is advertised through our
website and we hold regular exhibitions in the Herefordshire,
Worcestershire & Cotswold areas.
Please contact me or join our mailing list: Dr Richard Turkington, FRSA
Tel: 07714 106386
& Picture Framing
| Bishops Frome
Limited Edition prints from local artists Megan Evans, Annabelle Oppenheimer, Ivan Jones, Shelly Perkins, Marie-Therese King, Tia Lambert, Tamsin Abbott, Valerie Maclean, David Brindley and National Artists Jackie Morris, Paul Evans, Quentin Blake, Anita Jeram, Madelaine Floyd, Dick Bruna, Beatrix Potter and many more.
The Old Railway
The Hop Pocket
Kate Modern | Malvern
As a child I painted and doodled and as my mother said and continues to say “I was always creating somewhere”!
I found school challenging, always difficult to sit still, sometimes finding it hard to understand why people never saw things the way I did!!!
I originally trained as a window dresser, I enjoyed many years working around the country, creating wonderful visual spaces. Restless by nature, I travelled the world and fuelled my passion for all things exciting and intriguing. Experiencing different cultures and places.
Eventually settling down, having a beautiful daughter and two naughty dogs! Life was good. But life throws you curve balls. Having battled with breast cancer the death of my sister had a huge impact on my work and life choices, and as a result I stopped painting for a number of years.
So with divorce under my belt my desire to be free and find myself again, creativity hit me like a tidal wave.
With many artists their work is them-that is so true in my work, a sense of humour, a vivid imagination combined with a kaleidoscope of colour.
My work has changed somewhat with maturity, I am able to give each painting more time rather than rushing to the finish. Not always commercially viable! I paint what I see and what I love to paint. Excepting who you are has only just found me!
6 Graham Road