Festive Fayre

3rd November to 24th December

From sparkling jewellery to festive decorations, creative ceramics to glorious glass and a smattering of beautiful artwork, prints, textiles, wood and much more, the festive fayre is truly open for all your Christmas needs and wants. Wonderful unique gifts for those hard to buy for friends and family and maybe a couple of things for you. Come take a look and see what we have to offer.  

Terry Bennett

Terry Bennett

12th January to 24th February

Join us for our first solo show for 2018 with the abstract and colourful artwork of Terry Bennett. Terry is a Nottingham artist who plays on colour and layering in his pieces. This will be an exciting start to this year's exhibition programme.

Nottingham Trent University Photography Students Group Exhibition

13th February to 17th February


This exhibition will be a coalition of NTU Photography students for their second year degree show. It will present an array of different photography  genres, such as landscape, portraiture, fashion, documentary and street that will focus on such issues as masculinity, race, age, gender,places and much more. 


23rd February to 31st March


Artists across Nottinghamshire are clearing out their studios, attics and cellars and offering the public the chance to buy original art and craft for a fraction of the cost.
Artists are constantly making so the ART SALE 100 gives them a chance to sell their early work, older collections, samples, slight seconds and much more – including previously unseen work.
ART SALE 100 will be held on our ground floor gallery, all artwork will be on sale up to £100 so here’s your chance to grab a bargain that is truly unique. From originals, drawings, prints, glass, ceramics, jewellery, sculpture, textiles and photography there will be plenty to choose from in this one off sale.

Jennifer Collier

Jennifer Collier

2nd March to 14th April

For our second solo showcase we welcome you to Jennifer Colliers fantastical world, where every exquisite detail is made, folded and manipulated from paper. Once books, maps, envelopes, wallpaper or scrap, the paper is transformed into textural forms. Like cloth it is stitched to construct two or three dimensional objects, decorative and functional: lampshades, cameras, tools and furniture. The origin of the paper often provides a starting point for the artwork: the narrative of the books and papers suggesting idea and form. A show not to be missed by this award winning artist.

Mark Langley

Mark Langley

20th April to 2nd June

Mark Langley Draws and Paints stunning but intricate works of Animals, Architecture and Landscapes. Animal Portraiture was the origin of Mark's high quality stylish and unusual mix of Graphite and Colour Pencil work. Informed by a background in graphic art and design, his realistic attention to detail is self taught. Mark's type of Architectural art could be called illustration but made an art. It is hard to find in the contemporary art world. His Landscape works are inspired by proportion and form and a progressive and new exciting area. 

Corrina Rothwell

Corrina Rothwell

8th June to 21st July

Corrina Rothwell is a self-taught artist, illustrator and greeting card publisher who is well known in Nottingham to create colourful, witty cards and prints inspired by everyday life. She now moves into large scale paintings full of colour from her favourite animals and the bigger the better with these wonderful pieces. Corrina also creates private and commercial illustration projects and is currently writing and illustrating a children's picture book. From pigeons, cats, dogs and the occassional cheese inpired illustration, this show will be a brilliant one.


Julie Vernon

27th July to 8th September

Julie Vernon is an award winning artist creating one off pieces for sale, exhibitions and commission in her beautiful Nottinghamshire workshop. Working with a mix of materials from vitreous glass, ceramic and vintage porcelain through to natural marble and slate, Julie creates the most gorgeous array of colourways, patterns and styles within her pieces.

We look forward to showing you all in July.

Helena Tyce

14th September to 27th October

Join us in welcoming another local designer to our exhibition wall. Helena Tyce creates beautiful artwork for both the younger and older generations, from nursery rhyme wall art for the little ones to artwork incorporating pastimes such as cycling, running, climbing for the athletes you just dont know what to buy for.

This will be a lovely exhibition from the artist who designed all the artwork for the wonderful 'Gloworm' festival which will have just celebrated its third year.

Christmas Showcase

2nd November to 24th December

A mix of artwork for the festive season.