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 and Carol McDermott and Carlo Castelvecchi. It is only when such apparently diverse works are combined together that it is clear just how complementary and inspiring many artworks are.   

And now a very BIG thank you to everyone who attended the preview of our latest exhibition featuring Brampton-based stained glass artist, Alex Haynes, and Lydia Corbett, Picasso's famous 'Girl with a Ponytail'. We were all enchanted, captivated and inspired by Lydia's account of her life and works and it was a real privilege to be able to host her and her daughter Alice. The feedback from everyone who attended has been lovely. And also a big thank you to Dianne and the staff at the Scotch Arms Mews who accommodated us all so well and to Sue Allan who did such a fantastic job talking to Lydia. 

The exhibition continues until 2 June (closed Mon and Tues) although we will also be open on Sundays from 12-3 over this time. 


 Further information about Lydia and Alex is available from their websites: www.iwassylvette and

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.

For the first few months of the year we are presenting a series of exhibitions, each one combining the work of two artists that we think go together particularly well (see below). We will still have our jewellery on display over this time and during non-exhibition periods.

Our current opening hours during both exhibition and non-exhibition periods are Weds-Sat 11.00am-4.00pm (although we will be opening on Sundays from 12-3 during the Lydia Corbett/Alex Haynes exhibition).

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.

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