Thank you to everyone who visited our series of exhibitions at FRONT ROOM. And a similar big thank you to the artists who have provided such fantastic work - Carolyn and Frances Marr, Inigo Ford and Gillian Naylor Carol McDermott and Carlo Castelvecchi and of course, Alex Haynes and Lydia Corbett.
We had wonderful feedback from everyone who attended our preview nights and from the many visitors that came into FRONT ROOM over this time. We are thrilled to have met so many inspiring artists and having had the chance to present their work to a wider audience. Hopefully, we have made a small contribution towards developing the artistic reputation of Brampton and the quality of work being produced by local artists
In the meantime, Nancye's jewellery will be featured over the summer months, although we will still be combining this with displays of work from other local artists, photographers etc.
Work is currently being carried out in preparation for the second Brampton Art Weekend on September 14-16th so look out for further details on this nearer the time. If you would like to participate, either in a pop-up gallery, an open-studio, a workshop or demonstration or any other capacity please get in touch with us at FRONT ROOM.
Front Room is an exciting new jewellery work+shop on Front Street in Brampton. It includes Nancye Church Jewellery and her workshop, previously located at the Old Surgery. We will also display work of other local Brampton artists, ceramicists, photographers etc.
A big thank you to the artists who exhibited work with us during the EVAN VALLEY ART TRAIL; namely, ASHLEY BOON's wildlife illustrations, MARK GIBBS' sculptures and paintings, DAVE NORMAN's raku ceramics and PAUL STEWART's photographs. We believe that each of these artists are truly unique and it was a privilege to be able to present just a small selection of their work in a single place.
We are now taking a short break and will be closed until Wednesday 11th July. We will then revert to our normal opening hours of Weds-Sat 11.00am-4.00pm
However, if you have a jewellery emergency at any time do not hesitate to get in touch as we are rarely far away, and may even be in the workshop anyway.