Wobage Makers Gallery

Wobage Makers Gallery is set in the beautiful rural Herefordshire countryside. The magnificent eighteenth-century threshing barn offers a great backdrop to the craft that it houses inside. Beyond the Gallery is a grassy courtyard where you can linger and picnic are the other farm buildings making the workshop spaces.

On any visit to Wobage, you will be welcomed by one of the makers, who is happy to share and inform you of the contemporary craft for sale. This is a unique opportunity to discuss work in this way and is rare when so often pieces get shipped to galleries or out of the county and beyond.

The exceptional craftsmanship of the resident makers and love of their work and life is evident when you meet them. Wobage Makers Gallery boasts of having three of their potters as selected members of the craftsmans potters association. Selected members whose work is of the highest standard in all respects – outstanding in its expression, with quality of making appropriate to its concept and with a powerful and well-established sense of individual identity.

The Woodworker sources native timbers, most of which he harvests from local trees, for both his furniture and Kitchenwood. Likewise, the basket maker grows his willows for the beautiful colours and quality he requires.

Contemporary jewellery pieces in gold and silver are displayed with semi-precious stones.

Sculptural glass is the most recent of work at Wobage, reaching recognition and sales afar.

Hours

March to December: Thursday to Saturday 10am - 5pm, or by appointment at other times.
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Dogs welcome
    • Free entry
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
  • Parking

    • Free parking
    • Private parking
  • Facilities

    • Picnic's welcome
    • Public toilets
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
Wobage Makers Gallery

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Directions & Parking

Map pin Wobage Makers Gallery
Upton Bishop
Ross-on-Wye
Herefordshire
HR9 7QP
You will find us on the B4424 between the A449 and the B4421. 5 miles from Ross-on-Wye.

Wobage Makers Gallery Recommends

The Moody Cow pub locally in the village makes excellent food and is only a short drive from the gallery.