Old Chapel Gallery
Old Chapel Gallery is included in the National list of Craft Shops and Galleries and offers a wide range of contemporary crafts in a Victorian Chapel setting.
Old Chapel Gallery displays work by both established local and nationally known artists and makers alongside innovative work by talented newcomers. An eclectic collection of the best of British contemporary art and craft to include cards, prints, original paintings, ceramics, glass, jewellery, ironwork, wearables, sculpture, furniture and much more.
Pembridge is in a key position on the popular Black and White Village Trail in the heart of rural North Herefordshire.
Old Chapel Gallery was established in 1989 and has become recognised as a centre of excellence for the arts, where work by both reputable local and nationally known artisits and makers can be seen alongside innovative work by talanted newcomers. Collectors will find an impressive array of work in a wide range of prices, Comments in the visitors’ book from all over the UK and overseas are testament to the pleaseure given by a visit to this uniquely privately-owned gallery with its professsional, relaxed and friendly service.
Displayed on the ground floor gallery is an exciting range of crafts by acclaimed designer makers.
Ironwork, a particular favourite – garden sculpture – contemporary furniture – wood turning – carving – three dimensional work often using recycled or natural material – fine hand-blown glass – ceramics – jewellery and textiles with a strong accent on knitwear.
Yasmin started in the craft world as a knitter and has always had a special interest in finding makers and including top knitters in her exhibition line-ups.
On the fine art side, as well as an eclectic range of original, framed watercolours, gouaches, oils, pastels, etchings and aquatints in the £50 to £1,500 price range, there is an interesting collection of unframed prints in browsers and a huge selection of cards.
EXHIBITIONS are held regularly throughout the year in the upstairs gallery – in a variety of media – which provides the opportunity to introduce new young makers alongside well-known names.
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