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The Old Fire Station Gallery

Welcome to our website page for the Old Fire Station Gallery, a converted fire station providing a magnificent gallery for artists to display their paintings, sculptures, tapestries and photography.  The Gallery can be hired on a weekly basis.

            

If you would like to hire this space please click here to download our booking form.  The form is in 'word' format so you can complete and return it to us by email.  Please return the form as a word document to l.payne@henleytowncouncil.gov.uk, accompanied by any jpeg images you wish to accompany your information to be shown below.  The same information will be added to our sister 'What's On' website.   

Please contact our information centre to check availability.

Note that the Old Fire Station Gallery can be hired for half price in January and February each year.  This means if you are a local organisation or resident you can hire the facility for just £132.50 per week, or £150.00 per week if you are a non-local hirer.

THE FOLLOWING EXHIBITIONS WILL BE SHOWING IN 2018

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Thursday 27 September - Tuesday 9 October 2018

Gallantry Art Autumn Exhibition

Gallantry Art is a specialist online gallery that exclusively sells artworks created by members of the armed forces past and present.  We offer an unparalleled selection of these artist's works offering our customers something truly unique.  This exhibition will showcase a number of our artists' work with a donation of 10% of profits supporting our charity partner Combat Stress.

 

 

Thursday 11 October - Tuesday 16 October 2018

ALTERNATIVE ROUTES

4 Artists - sculptor, printmaker, textile and painter showing together their separate craft and alternative routes.

Open daily 10am - 5pm

With a special session; Meet the Artists and See How They Work on Sunday 14 October  12 noon - 3pm

 

Jenny Halstead

www.jennyhalstead.com

 

Jenny likes to explore the extraordinary in the everyday.  By way of figures, landscapes and colour she interprets situations in a manner which invites the viewer to see more in things than meets the eye.

 

Ariella Green

www.ariellagreen.com

 

Ariella's textile collages use fabrics she has printed or painted, along with found materials, pieced together with machine and hand stitching.  With this process she explores themes of myth, fairytale, and the integration of cultures in a world of movement.

 

Joy Frey

www.printattheparkgroup.co.uk

 

Joy uses a variety of print media; simple cut lino shapes, photo-etched metal or plastic plates, silk screen printing.  Finished images are made from a single media or by layering various techniques and sometimes with the additional of monotype.

 

Sadie Brockbank MRBS

www.sadiebrockbank.com

 

From mixed media to bronze sculptures Sadie's imagery focuses on animals and plants, often combined with man-made structures to form a narrative.  The focus is on our relationship to environment with an emphasis on inter-dependence and compassion for all lifeforms.

 

 

Thursday 18 October - Tuesday 23 October 2018

Henley Arts & Craft Guild - Autumn Art Exhibition

Open daily 10am - 4pm, Open View Friday 19 October 6pm - 8pm

In this exhibition Guild members will be showing paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures which will have been selected by an external selector (usually a local art dealer or teacher).  This often results in a very vibrant but harmonious exhibition with the very best of the Guilds work on display.

For further information about the Guld and our exhibition please visit www.henley-arts-crafts-guild.org or look at our Facebook page - Henley Art and Craft Guild.

 

 

Thursday 25 October - Tuesday 30 October 2018

Paintings and Ceramics by the Artymis Collective

We are a small group of local artists who create art works in a variety of genres including - still life, landscapes, portraits, animal pictures and much more.  The exhibition includes works in various media, from oil painting to watercolours, as well as ceramics and ranges from large-scale to small-scale intimate pieces.  Our styles are inspired from both historical and contemporary references and our pieces are all original.  We do hope you will be able to come along and enjoy viewing our work.

Open daily 10am to 4pm

 

 

Thursday 1 November - Tuesday 6 November 2018

Light

Exhibition exploring LIGHT by seven local Berkshire artists.

 

 

Thursday 8 November -  Tuesday 20 November 2018

The men of Henley and the surrounding villages who died in the Great War

 

 

Thursday 22 November - 4 December 2018

Alchemy - Paper and Clay

 

Presenting an eclectic mix of 2 and 3 dimensional art on paper and clay by printmakers from the Print @ the Park group together with 2 invited ceramists all based at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell.

Last seen at the Henley Old Fire Station Gallery in 2017, Print @ the Park group return using a wide variety of printmaking techniques such as etching, linocut, lithography, screenprint and collagraph to produce high quality, individual impressions on paper.  They exhibit widely, both at South Hill Park and at other venues throughout the year and have been in existence for more than 10 years.

The styles of the ceramicists Karen Marks and Jana Griffiths, the invited guests, contrast and complement as both the delicate and the bold displayed in this exhibition sit happily together.

 

Thursdsay 6 December - Tuesday 11 December 2018

Henley Arts & Craft Guild

Awaiting exhibition details.