Made In Ross features in H-Art nine-day county art festival

The diverse and original talents of Herefordshire’s artists and craftspersons will be spotlighted during the annual nine-day H-Art festival trail across the county between 8-10 September.

Ross-on-Wye’s arts and crafts collective Made In Ross, based upstairs at the Market House, is one of 97 venues featuring 250 artists and sixteen different media across Herefordshire.

The artists are preparing new work for H-Art and expect visitors from far afield given the profile of the event.

843326Rosie Callinan, mosaics & stained glass (Winter Birches – left); Louise Eliasson and Caz Holbrook, photography; Inglemark pottery and Erica Pinney, ceramics; Eleanor Kercher, green woodworker (candle holders – below right); 4815376_origJan Matthews, felt maker; Gaynor O’Neill, mixed media artist; Louise Pilditch, landscape paintings; Katrina
bird 2Stephens, Chinese brush painting (Cranes In A Storm – left); Nigel Street, watercolour painting; Chris Champness, knitting and wire work jewellery and Frances Warren, garden sculpture will have work on show and there will be demonstrations.

2 thoughts on “Made In Ross features in H-Art nine-day county art festival

  1. I come to Ross an camp at the White Lion Pub, friendly, helpful, an so relaxing ,,, I love Ross a great place to visit, locals friendly,, plenty to do an visit ,,,
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  2. Hi Julia thank you for your lovely words. I’m delighted you enjoy visiting Ross and like our new blog. We will be working hard to make a good job of it. Keep the feedback coming.

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