Artist Vanessa Pomeroy's primary source of inspiration for her work is rural Herefordshire. Her landscape paintings capture the broad and majestic panoramas of this naturally beautiful area. Her paintings incorporate universal themes of light and the changing atmosphere, and explore the dramatic colour of the mountain range. Floral subjects include the interchange of rich colour and tone, as well as focusing on intimate garden subjects.
Mary Kenny has been a full time potter working in high fired stoneware, who is now using the low temperature firing technique known as raku. Her interest has always been in subtle forms, and she finds the soft organic decorative effects produced by this process help to create visually peaceful and highly tactile pots.
Helen Munday is an artist basket maker, working in natural materials grown or gathered by herself, giving her practice a circular, sustainable ethos. Her works include woven lampshades inspired by the seed pods of the Mallow flower and contemporary basketry both functional and sculptural.
Tim Collier's photographs of British birds are inspired by quotes from the likes of the artist/photographer Ernst Haas and early twentieth century bird photographers Bentley Beetham and G.K. Yeats, taking bird photography beyond the simple act of identification.
We also have some of Helyne Jennings' abstract art earrings & brooches. These laminated paper pieces are individually handmade with inlaid and overlaid geometric shapes and added hand gilding.