Here at Ironbridge Fine Arts our beautiful Art Gallery provides the perfect backdrop the wide array of local and International Artists that we exhibit. With a Gallery with printmaking at its core, you can be sure to find a huge selection of work from a range of accomplished printmakers including Lino, Intaglio, relief, silkscreen, mono printing and much more! In addition to printmaking, our exhibitions include work from a range of guest and resident Artists including (but not exclusively) Painters, Glass Artists, Jewellers, Ceramicists, Photographers, Silversmiths as well as Abstract and Assemblage Artists.

Below you can read more about our upcoming exhibitions as well as see some the works we have exhibited previously.

Our Gallery is free of charge to the general public Tuesday – Friday, 10am till 5pm and Saturday 10am until 3pm.

We also offer private appointments, get in touch for more information 01952434033

  • June 6, 2018

    Ironbridge Fine Arts Summer Exhibition 1st June – 31st August

  • June 5, 2018

    Carl Bennett Photography Exhibition on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts Gallery 1st June – 31st August 2018

    As you walk through our main Gallery doors you will be greeted by a beautiful collection of Photographs by Carl Bennett. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe and the UK capturing the natural beauty and texture of abandoned decaying buildings that are slowly being reclaimed by nature. Bennetts work is thought-provoking, intriguing and a little haunting. For…

    Read more
  • May 16, 2018

    What Level of Framing Do I Need?

    Quality artwork deserves quality protection. However, it is often difficult to know what level of framing is best for your desired application. Different options offer a varying level of protection, so factors such as where the piece is going to be kept and the level of protection you need will alter the type of framing…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    Edward Mackenzie’s Assembledge Art on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts from 1st June – September 2018

    We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Edward Mackenzie’s new body of Assembledge Art also know as objet trouvé…. Born in Los Angeles in 1937, raised in Connecticut, Edward went on to be Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship 1966-68 at the Royal College of Art in London. Work worked as s a part-time Art Lecturer in England and…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    Carole Turner’s Beautiful Hand Woven Scarfs

    Carole Turner’s Hand Woven range of beautiful scarfs allows you to really appreciate the process and product as well as see the inspiration behind her designs. Throughout the range, Carol has used a variety of Tencel (bamboo), Wool, Beads, Silk, and Alpaca to produce unique and inspired scarfs. We asked Carol for some insight into why she…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    What is fine art giclee printing?

      Giclee printing is a type of high quality, inkjet printing, designed to give an extra long print life and high-quality results. Giclee is the French word for spray, the process involves squirting or spraying micro- scopic dots of pigment-based ink onto archival art paper or canvas. Giclee printing is often used by artists looking…

    Read more
  • April 11, 2018

    Gunner AiOX Computerised Mount Cutter joins the Framing team!

    We were amazed when we went for a demo of the Gunner Aiox Computerised Mount Cutter, so much so we purchased one on the spot! This incredible piece of machinery is an amazing addition to the framing team, speeding up production whilst also giving us a world of additional cutting, d-bossing and design features that we…

    Read more
  • March 30, 2018

    Artist of the Week…Rob Pountney

    My recent drawings feature a selection from some of the vast array of prehistoric round barrows to be found raised up on the undulating downlands of the Dorset landscape. Frequently set in stark silhouette against the sky – the spiritual and human associations of these visual markers of the long dead, invests the landscape with…

    Read more
  • March 22, 2018

    Expanding our Mouldings range!

    What a day! We have had new ranges of mouldings in and we have loved putting these out on display. With Float mouldings, unusual profiles, veneers, interior designer mouldings and much more we can’t wait to see which ones our customers gravitate towards and more importantly we can’t wait to frame your beautiful pieces of Artwork.…

    Read more
  • March 22, 2018

    Linda Nevill Printing Press Review

    We love it when customers keep in touch and give us feedback and it was great to hear from Linda Nevill… “My updated press being installed by Dave Gunning and his assistant Nathan of Gunning Arts. It’s been good for nearly 20 years but I’ve now updated it with a big wheel and a stand with…

    Read more
  • March 21, 2018

    Beautiful Watercolours by Rod Willis

      In our latest exhibition, we are delighted to include Rod Willis’s latest Original Watercolours showing a range of local scenes. Having exhibited Rod’s work for the past 12 years we are passionate about his incredible breathtaking work and we are always eager to see the new pieces he produces. As well as selling Original Artworks Rod also…

    Read more
  • March 1, 2018

    Ironbridge Fine Arts Spring Exhibition

  • February 9, 2018

    Spring Exhibition at Ironbridge Fine Arts

    We are looking forward to having our Spring exhibition on Display. We’ve got lots of amazing artwork to go up including Artists Teresa Barlow and Eric Gaskell who are new to exhibit with Ironbridge Fine Arts. All work will be added to the online shop for sale and available in the Gallery to view. The exhibition will be…

    Read more
  • February 9, 2018

    Robin Holder exploring The River Severn source to sea for our Winter exhibition 2018

    “Exploring the river from source to sea and through the seasons, traveling on foot and in my handbuilt canoe, I’m hoping to rediscover a subject I’ve been painting for 20 years.” Take a look at his journey so far.. Robin’s exhibition will be on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts December 2018

    Read more
  • January 31, 2018

    Digital Editing to Recreate Damaged Artwork

    What would you do if an invaluable piece of your family's history got destroyed? We have just finished recreating this beautiful 40-year-old card that was unfortunately ripped to shreds by the customers dog! Our customer explained how this card was given by her late father to her mother and how it was such a special momentum of there love.…Read more
  • January 24, 2018

    More about our Artists….. Jo Mollart-Highfield

    Photography and Jewellery design are not normally two passions that you expect to see combined.  That is precisely what you get with my first collection which is currently on display and for sale at Ironbridge Fine Arts. I had my first camera when I was about five and ever since it is rare to see…

    Read more
  • January 23, 2018

    Choosing the Right Glass for Framing your Artwork

    We have a wide range of glass options for customers to choose from when framing your Artwork giving a range of protection, reflection, and visual clarity. To help you choose the right glass to suit your Artwork we wanted to give you an insight into our amazing Speciality Glass Options   Art glass 99  This is a…

    Read more
  • January 19, 2018

    How do we frame your Wedding Dress?

    How do we frame your Wedding Dress?   Your wedding will be one of the happiest days of your life. Regardless of how much you spend on your wedding dress, it is a sentimental gown that you should protect to remember your big day! We can frame dresses of all shapes and sizes, so whether…

    Read more
  • January 18, 2018

    How to frame over three centuries worth of history?

    Being a framer comes with many amazing privileges, one of which is seeing a huge array of Artwork, from Picasso and Lawry to Damien Hirst, Norman Ackroyd, Tracey Emin as well as new and emerging Artists from all around the world. A job that we have just completed is the framing of two original posters…

    Read more
  • January 12, 2018

    About our Artists… Maxine Berryman

    My work explores spiritual life, the higher self and awakening. The mono-prints are created in a still meditative state that accesses pure consciousness, the power of presence itself. I work in stillness with no active thought and allow the work to manifest with automatic marks made directly on to the inked surface of the plate. Without trying…

    Read more
  • January 11, 2018

    Make a Wish….

    The legend of the wishing sick… In 1926 the legend of the Wishing stick was born. A small boy found a coloured piece of glass on a Mill floor. As he held the glass up to the light the sun shone through the glass creating a beautiful display of coloured rays all around him. So…

    Read more
  • January 11, 2018

    The Isle of Lewis Artwork by Dave Gunning

    Dave Gunning worked on the Isle of Lewis and Harris thirty years ago. Drawings of the stone circles were purchased by the Queen’s bankers and Devizes Museum. Callanish Stone circles made a great impression on the artist and resulted in a return visit. He worked at the stone circles again and felt the energy and…

    Read more
  • January 9, 2018

    Learn more about our artists… Gareth Brighton

    “My work is based around implied narrative, aiming to engage viewers as the author of their own narrative sparked by the scenes I have produced. My subject matter concerns perceivable middle points such as a moment or transition.” “I source all my imagery from film. The films and TV shows I appropriate from range in…

    Read more
  • December 21, 2017

    Carl Bennett Exhibiting at Ironbridge Fine Arts 1st June – 31st August

    Carl picked up a camera for the first time more than 17 years ago. It wasn’t until the last five years that he found himself drawn to the dark aesthetic of the abandoned with its beautifully decaying facade and intriguing past. Since that time he has travelled far and wide seeking out these incredible, now disused and discarded Churches, Houses and  Hospitals to name but…

    Read more
  • December 14, 2017

    All Collections of Framing & Artwork in the Icy Conditions..

    Our Gallery is open as usual but please be careful on the main car park as it extremely icy. If you would like to call us when you arrive we are more than happy to bring your Artwork or Framing out to your car for you. Please call us on 01952434033

    Read more
  • June 5, 2018

    Carl Bennett Photography Exhibition on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts Gallery 1st June – 31st August 2018

    As you walk through our main Gallery doors you will be greeted by a beautiful collection of Photographs by Carl Bennett. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe and the UK capturing the natural beauty and texture of abandoned decaying buildings that are slowly being reclaimed by nature. Bennetts work is thought-provoking, intriguing and a little haunting. For…

    Read more
  • May 16, 2018

    What Level of Framing Do I Need?

    Quality artwork deserves quality protection. However, it is often difficult to know what level of framing is best for your desired application. Different options offer a varying level of protection, so factors such as where the piece is going to be kept and the level of protection you need will alter the type of framing…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    Edward Mackenzie’s Assembledge Art on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts from 1st June – September 2018

    We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Edward Mackenzie’s new body of Assembledge Art also know as objet trouvé…. Born in Los Angeles in 1937, raised in Connecticut, Edward went on to be Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship 1966-68 at the Royal College of Art in London. Work worked as s a part-time Art Lecturer in England and…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    Carole Turner’s Beautiful Hand Woven Scarfs

    Carole Turner’s Hand Woven range of beautiful scarfs allows you to really appreciate the process and product as well as see the inspiration behind her designs. Throughout the range, Carol has used a variety of Tencel (bamboo), Wool, Beads, Silk, and Alpaca to produce unique and inspired scarfs. We asked Carol for some insight into why she…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    What is fine art giclee printing?

      Giclee printing is a type of high quality, inkjet printing, designed to give an extra long print life and high-quality results. Giclee is the French word for spray, the process involves squirting or spraying micro- scopic dots of pigment-based ink onto archival art paper or canvas. Giclee printing is often used by artists looking…

    Read more
  • April 11, 2018

    Gunner AiOX Computerised Mount Cutter joins the Framing team!

    We were amazed when we went for a demo of the Gunner Aiox Computerised Mount Cutter, so much so we purchased one on the spot! This incredible piece of machinery is an amazing addition to the framing team, speeding up production whilst also giving us a world of additional cutting, d-bossing and design features that we…

    Read more
  • March 30, 2018

    Artist of the Week…Rob Pountney

    My recent drawings feature a selection from some of the vast array of prehistoric round barrows to be found raised up on the undulating downlands of the Dorset landscape. Frequently set in stark silhouette against the sky – the spiritual and human associations of these visual markers of the long dead, invests the landscape with…

    Read more
  • March 22, 2018

    Expanding our Mouldings range!

    What a day! We have had new ranges of mouldings in and we have loved putting these out on display. With Float mouldings, unusual profiles, veneers, interior designer mouldings and much more we can’t wait to see which ones our customers gravitate towards and more importantly we can’t wait to frame your beautiful pieces of Artwork.…

    Read more
  • March 22, 2018

    Linda Nevill Printing Press Review

    We love it when customers keep in touch and give us feedback and it was great to hear from Linda Nevill… “My updated press being installed by Dave Gunning and his assistant Nathan of Gunning Arts. It’s been good for nearly 20 years but I’ve now updated it with a big wheel and a stand with…

    Read more
  • March 21, 2018

    Beautiful Watercolours by Rod Willis

      In our latest exhibition, we are delighted to include Rod Willis’s latest Original Watercolours showing a range of local scenes. Having exhibited Rod’s work for the past 12 years we are passionate about his incredible breathtaking work and we are always eager to see the new pieces he produces. As well as selling Original Artworks Rod also…

    Read more
  • February 9, 2018

    Spring Exhibition at Ironbridge Fine Arts

    We are looking forward to having our Spring exhibition on Display. We’ve got lots of amazing artwork to go up including Artists Teresa Barlow and Eric Gaskell who are new to exhibit with Ironbridge Fine Arts. All work will be added to the online shop for sale and available in the Gallery to view. The exhibition will be…

    Read more
  • February 9, 2018

    Robin Holder exploring The River Severn source to sea for our Winter exhibition 2018

    “Exploring the river from source to sea and through the seasons, traveling on foot and in my handbuilt canoe, I’m hoping to rediscover a subject I’ve been painting for 20 years.” Take a look at his journey so far.. Robin’s exhibition will be on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts December 2018

    Read more
  • January 31, 2018

    Digital Editing to Recreate Damaged Artwork

    What would you do if an invaluable piece of your family's history got destroyed? We have just finished recreating this beautiful 40-year-old card that was unfortunately ripped to shreds by the customers dog! Our customer explained how this card was given by her late father to her mother and how it was such a special momentum of there love.…Read more
  • January 24, 2018

    More about our Artists….. Jo Mollart-Highfield

    Photography and Jewellery design are not normally two passions that you expect to see combined.  That is precisely what you get with my first collection which is currently on display and for sale at Ironbridge Fine Arts. I had my first camera when I was about five and ever since it is rare to see…

    Read more
  • January 23, 2018

    Choosing the Right Glass for Framing your Artwork

    We have a wide range of glass options for customers to choose from when framing your Artwork giving a range of protection, reflection, and visual clarity. To help you choose the right glass to suit your Artwork we wanted to give you an insight into our amazing Speciality Glass Options   Art glass 99  This is a…

    Read more
  • January 19, 2018

    How do we frame your Wedding Dress?

    How do we frame your Wedding Dress?   Your wedding will be one of the happiest days of your life. Regardless of how much you spend on your wedding dress, it is a sentimental gown that you should protect to remember your big day! We can frame dresses of all shapes and sizes, so whether…

    Read more
  • January 18, 2018

    How to frame over three centuries worth of history?

    Being a framer comes with many amazing privileges, one of which is seeing a huge array of Artwork, from Picasso and Lawry to Damien Hirst, Norman Ackroyd, Tracey Emin as well as new and emerging Artists from all around the world. A job that we have just completed is the framing of two original posters…

    Read more
  • January 12, 2018

    About our Artists… Maxine Berryman

    My work explores spiritual life, the higher self and awakening. The mono-prints are created in a still meditative state that accesses pure consciousness, the power of presence itself. I work in stillness with no active thought and allow the work to manifest with automatic marks made directly on to the inked surface of the plate. Without trying…

    Read more
  • January 11, 2018

    Make a Wish….

    The legend of the wishing sick… In 1926 the legend of the Wishing stick was born. A small boy found a coloured piece of glass on a Mill floor. As he held the glass up to the light the sun shone through the glass creating a beautiful display of coloured rays all around him. So…

    Read more
  • January 11, 2018

    The Isle of Lewis Artwork by Dave Gunning

    Dave Gunning worked on the Isle of Lewis and Harris thirty years ago. Drawings of the stone circles were purchased by the Queen’s bankers and Devizes Museum. Callanish Stone circles made a great impression on the artist and resulted in a return visit. He worked at the stone circles again and felt the energy and…

    Read more
  • January 9, 2018

    Learn more about our artists… Gareth Brighton

    “My work is based around implied narrative, aiming to engage viewers as the author of their own narrative sparked by the scenes I have produced. My subject matter concerns perceivable middle points such as a moment or transition.” “I source all my imagery from film. The films and TV shows I appropriate from range in…

    Read more
  • December 21, 2017

    Carl Bennett Exhibiting at Ironbridge Fine Arts 1st June – 31st August

    Carl picked up a camera for the first time more than 17 years ago. It wasn’t until the last five years that he found himself drawn to the dark aesthetic of the abandoned with its beautifully decaying facade and intriguing past. Since that time he has travelled far and wide seeking out these incredible, now disused and discarded Churches, Houses and  Hospitals to name but…

    Read more
  • December 14, 2017

    All Collections of Framing & Artwork in the Icy Conditions..

    Our Gallery is open as usual but please be careful on the main car park as it extremely icy. If you would like to call us when you arrive we are more than happy to bring your Artwork or Framing out to your car for you. Please call us on 01952434033

    Read more
  • June 6, 2018

    Ironbridge Fine Arts Summer Exhibition 1st June – 31st August

  • June 5, 2018

    Carl Bennett Photography Exhibition on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts Gallery 1st June – 31st August 2018

    As you walk through our main Gallery doors you will be greeted by a beautiful collection of Photographs by Carl Bennett. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe and the UK capturing the natural beauty and texture of abandoned decaying buildings that are slowly being reclaimed by nature. Bennetts work is thought-provoking, intriguing and a little haunting. For…

    Read more
  • May 16, 2018

    What Level of Framing Do I Need?

    Quality artwork deserves quality protection. However, it is often difficult to know what level of framing is best for your desired application. Different options offer a varying level of protection, so factors such as where the piece is going to be kept and the level of protection you need will alter the type of framing…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    Edward Mackenzie’s Assembledge Art on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts from 1st June – September 2018

    We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Edward Mackenzie’s new body of Assembledge Art also know as objet trouvé…. Born in Los Angeles in 1937, raised in Connecticut, Edward went on to be Awarded a Fulbright Scholarship 1966-68 at the Royal College of Art in London. Work worked as s a part-time Art Lecturer in England and…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    Carole Turner’s Beautiful Hand Woven Scarfs

    Carole Turner’s Hand Woven range of beautiful scarfs allows you to really appreciate the process and product as well as see the inspiration behind her designs. Throughout the range, Carol has used a variety of Tencel (bamboo), Wool, Beads, Silk, and Alpaca to produce unique and inspired scarfs. We asked Carol for some insight into why she…

    Read more
  • April 26, 2018

    What is fine art giclee printing?

      Giclee printing is a type of high quality, inkjet printing, designed to give an extra long print life and high-quality results. Giclee is the French word for spray, the process involves squirting or spraying micro- scopic dots of pigment-based ink onto archival art paper or canvas. Giclee printing is often used by artists looking…

    Read more
  • April 11, 2018

    Gunner AiOX Computerised Mount Cutter joins the Framing team!

    We were amazed when we went for a demo of the Gunner Aiox Computerised Mount Cutter, so much so we purchased one on the spot! This incredible piece of machinery is an amazing addition to the framing team, speeding up production whilst also giving us a world of additional cutting, d-bossing and design features that we…

    Read more
  • March 30, 2018

    Artist of the Week…Rob Pountney

    My recent drawings feature a selection from some of the vast array of prehistoric round barrows to be found raised up on the undulating downlands of the Dorset landscape. Frequently set in stark silhouette against the sky – the spiritual and human associations of these visual markers of the long dead, invests the landscape with…

    Read more
  • March 22, 2018

    Expanding our Mouldings range!

    What a day! We have had new ranges of mouldings in and we have loved putting these out on display. With Float mouldings, unusual profiles, veneers, interior designer mouldings and much more we can’t wait to see which ones our customers gravitate towards and more importantly we can’t wait to frame your beautiful pieces of Artwork.…

    Read more
  • March 22, 2018

    Linda Nevill Printing Press Review

    We love it when customers keep in touch and give us feedback and it was great to hear from Linda Nevill… “My updated press being installed by Dave Gunning and his assistant Nathan of Gunning Arts. It’s been good for nearly 20 years but I’ve now updated it with a big wheel and a stand with…

    Read more
  • March 21, 2018

    Beautiful Watercolours by Rod Willis

      In our latest exhibition, we are delighted to include Rod Willis’s latest Original Watercolours showing a range of local scenes. Having exhibited Rod’s work for the past 12 years we are passionate about his incredible breathtaking work and we are always eager to see the new pieces he produces. As well as selling Original Artworks Rod also…

    Read more
  • March 1, 2018

    Ironbridge Fine Arts Spring Exhibition

  • February 9, 2018

    Spring Exhibition at Ironbridge Fine Arts

    We are looking forward to having our Spring exhibition on Display. We’ve got lots of amazing artwork to go up including Artists Teresa Barlow and Eric Gaskell who are new to exhibit with Ironbridge Fine Arts. All work will be added to the online shop for sale and available in the Gallery to view. The exhibition will be…

    Read more
  • February 9, 2018

    Robin Holder exploring The River Severn source to sea for our Winter exhibition 2018

    “Exploring the river from source to sea and through the seasons, traveling on foot and in my handbuilt canoe, I’m hoping to rediscover a subject I’ve been painting for 20 years.” Take a look at his journey so far.. Robin’s exhibition will be on display at Ironbridge Fine Arts December 2018

    Read more
  • January 31, 2018

    Digital Editing to Recreate Damaged Artwork

    What would you do if an invaluable piece of your family's history got destroyed? We have just finished recreating this beautiful 40-year-old card that was unfortunately ripped to shreds by the customers dog! Our customer explained how this card was given by her late father to her mother and how it was such a special momentum of there love.…Read more
  • January 24, 2018

    More about our Artists….. Jo Mollart-Highfield

    Photography and Jewellery design are not normally two passions that you expect to see combined.  That is precisely what you get with my first collection which is currently on display and for sale at Ironbridge Fine Arts. I had my first camera when I was about five and ever since it is rare to see…

    Read more
  • January 23, 2018

    Choosing the Right Glass for Framing your Artwork

    We have a wide range of glass options for customers to choose from when framing your Artwork giving a range of protection, reflection, and visual clarity. To help you choose the right glass to suit your Artwork we wanted to give you an insight into our amazing Speciality Glass Options   Art glass 99  This is a…

    Read more
  • January 19, 2018

    How do we frame your Wedding Dress?

    How do we frame your Wedding Dress?   Your wedding will be one of the happiest days of your life. Regardless of how much you spend on your wedding dress, it is a sentimental gown that you should protect to remember your big day! We can frame dresses of all shapes and sizes, so whether…

    Read more
  • January 18, 2018

    How to frame over three centuries worth of history?

    Being a framer comes with many amazing privileges, one of which is seeing a huge array of Artwork, from Picasso and Lawry to Damien Hirst, Norman Ackroyd, Tracey Emin as well as new and emerging Artists from all around the world. A job that we have just completed is the framing of two original posters…

    Read more
  • January 12, 2018

    About our Artists… Maxine Berryman

    My work explores spiritual life, the higher self and awakening. The mono-prints are created in a still meditative state that accesses pure consciousness, the power of presence itself. I work in stillness with no active thought and allow the work to manifest with automatic marks made directly on to the inked surface of the plate. Without trying…

    Read more
  • January 11, 2018

    Make a Wish….

    The legend of the wishing sick… In 1926 the legend of the Wishing stick was born. A small boy found a coloured piece of glass on a Mill floor. As he held the glass up to the light the sun shone through the glass creating a beautiful display of coloured rays all around him. So…

    Read more
  • January 11, 2018

    The Isle of Lewis Artwork by Dave Gunning

    Dave Gunning worked on the Isle of Lewis and Harris thirty years ago. Drawings of the stone circles were purchased by the Queen’s bankers and Devizes Museum. Callanish Stone circles made a great impression on the artist and resulted in a return visit. He worked at the stone circles again and felt the energy and…

    Read more
  • January 9, 2018

    Learn more about our artists… Gareth Brighton

    “My work is based around implied narrative, aiming to engage viewers as the author of their own narrative sparked by the scenes I have produced. My subject matter concerns perceivable middle points such as a moment or transition.” “I source all my imagery from film. The films and TV shows I appropriate from range in…

    Read more
  • December 21, 2017

    Carl Bennett Exhibiting at Ironbridge Fine Arts 1st June – 31st August

    Carl picked up a camera for the first time more than 17 years ago. It wasn’t until the last five years that he found himself drawn to the dark aesthetic of the abandoned with its beautifully decaying facade and intriguing past. Since that time he has travelled far and wide seeking out these incredible, now disused and discarded Churches, Houses and  Hospitals to name but…

    Read more
  • December 14, 2017

    All Collections of Framing & Artwork in the Icy Conditions..

    Our Gallery is open as usual but please be careful on the main car park as it extremely icy. If you would like to call us when you arrive we are more than happy to bring your Artwork or Framing out to your car for you. Please call us on 01952434033

    Read more