Posted on 10th June 2019 at 12:46
I met Emma owner and curator of Stark Gallery while exhibiting at The British Craft Trade Fair. We got chatting about my Cows paintings and her gallery and it wasn't long before we were setting a date for my herd
Emma opened her gallery in 2005 with the vision to display and promote Britain's artisans. Specialising in only original artworks, Stark Gallery is home to unique one off pieces created my skilled artists of all mediums. With jewellers, ceramicists, painters and woodworkers Stark Gallery offers a great range of pieces for all tastes.
"We are passionate about finding a variety skilled artists and craftspeople from across the country and showcasing them all under one roof" Emma
Canterbury City is an incredibly popular tourist destination being consistently one of the most visited cities in the UK. Tourists flock from far and wide to experience this historical city including the Roman city Wall, St. Augustine's Abbey, The Castle and the King's School. However it's surrounded by beautiful countryside filled with beautiful Cows
So if you're fancy a weekend break this summer then why not take a trip over to Canterbury and go see the cows in Stark Gallery for yourself!
COWS ON DISPLAY AT STARK
68 Castle Street,
Canterbury, CT1 2PY
Monday 10.00 - 5.00
Tuesday to Friday 9.30 - 5.00
Saturday 9.30 - 5.30
OTHER ARTISTS AT STARK
by Linda Lovatt
Linda creates charming ornaments that fill you with joy. A combination of embossed copper, cotton reels, rusty old keys and broken china no two pieces are the same. I've bought a number of Linda's jolly mice for gifts so it's a pleasure to be exhibiting along side her!
Working in the art of photomontage Claire creates nostalgic art prints that epitomise Britain's coastlines. I'm immediately transported back to my hometown of Scarborough when I look at them!
Alison is a print maker specialising in hand-made original prints using linocut, screen printing, woodcut and etching. These fun prints of crazy critters crack me up!
'East or West?'
by Alison Read
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