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Local Photographer Opens ‘Spirit of Henley’ Exhibition/in Art, Entertainment and Leisure, Gillotts, Henley College, Home - Other Stories, News, Schools/by Amy Nicholas
Fine art photographer Kezia Blain is showcasing the beauty of Henley’s surroundings at her pop up exhibition, ‘Spirit of Henley’. The exhibition, at Henley House (above Jacobini Wine Gallery) in […]
New Landscape Artist at Artistry Gallery/in Art, Entertainment and Leisure, Home - Other Stories, News/by Editor
Artistry Gallery and Picture Framing on the Reading Road has a new artist called Nick Quirke. Artistry Owner Sarah Pye said, “We love Nick’s work, it’s bold, slightly brash, exciting […]
Fantastic Framing/in Art, Entertainment and Leisure, News/by Editor
Framing artwork whether it be a simple poster or an original master, can make the difference between something looking ordinary/ invisible or absolutely fantastic. Artistry Gallery and Picture Framing owner, […]
Unique Hand-Crafted Gifts at Art & Craft Guild Exhibition/in Art, Art and Craft Guild, Community Groups, Entertainment and Leisure, Events, Home - Other Stories, News/by Editor
Henley Art and Craft Guild will be back once again at The Fire Station Gallery from 2-6 December with their Winter Craft Exhibition. This year a few members will be […]
Beaconsfield Artists Return to Old Fire Station Gallery/in Art, Entertainment and Leisure/by Editor
Established artists Claire Burke and Jo Hanrahan from Beaconsfield, will be returning to The Old Fire Station Gallery in November to display and sell their stunning artwork. The exhibition will […]