Old Fire Station Gallery Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Richard Pinches


February 10, 2022


February 14, 2022


Richard Pinches exhibits examples of his photography over the  40  years as a commercial and a  fine art photographer having recently completed a Masters fine art photography degree.. Richard’s masters project, ‘Barbs, Buried and Burnt’ work is all based on barbed wire as a metaphor for conflict, with various methods of destruction to add further layers of interest. This evolved from being merely a war metaphor to aso reflect on his late father, a cattle farmer from Henley-on-Thames, who also served in the second world war.

Open 10am-6pm daily

Fiber Fusion Showcase


February 17, 2022


February 22, 2022

Fiber Fusion: All hand made by Felt maker Gwen, a local Artist and Designer of unique wearable art.Sculpted hats, paintings with wool fibers. Cyanotype Designs (photography without a camera) on handmade bags and pictures.

Artist Ki Bliss: Ki’s paintings are inspired by nature. They are an expression of emotions, experiences, thoughts, and dreams. Using colour, light and texture, she invites us to see a world expressed through the power of abstraction rather than words. She is inspired by nature and music, focusing on rhythms and patterns that repeat in her art. Her artworks are mainly acrylics on canvas, abstract, fresh and bold,created by using unconventional tools and methods. She is an intuitive,emotional artist that likes to experience new techniques with thick textures,overlayed canvas treatments, energetic brushes, splashes and drips. She simply enjoys the freedom of the creative process itself.

She strives to make art that moves and inspires whilst allowing the viewer to form a personal connection with the work.

Open 10-6pm daily



February 24, 2022


February 28, 2022

Connected - Artists – Cat Croxford, Liz Harvey, Wendy Hodges and Sue Mundy. Art connects us. This exhibition of four artists, celebrates the connections that art makes, between us as artists, between us as educators and with the world around us. This year, more than ever, we have learnt to value our connections with friends and family, with our communities, with strangers and with our environment. The four of us as artists respond to the world around us, using a variety of media and techniques and approaches, including painting, ceramics and etching.  This exhibition celebrates our connections and our differing approaches and we hope will connect with those who visit. We welcome all to the show where you can see our work, see us working and see the processes involved in how we make our art.

Open 10:30am-4:30pm daily

Persion and oriental rugs


March 3, 2022


October 3, 2022

M & M Connors Persian and Oriental Carpets of the Cotswolds

Up to 70% discounts across new and old handmade quality Persian carpets


We offer a multitude of services including but not limited to:

Cleaning Carpets and Rugs

Restoration Work of Handmade Carpets

Insurance Valuations

Try Before You Buy

Part Exchange on New Pieces

We have 55 years of experience in the business and have in our direct employ some of the finest and most knowledgeable weavers in the UK.

Martin Andrews - Past and Present, A Retrospective Exhibition


March 10, 2022


March 15, 2022

This is a retrospective exhibition of paintings, prints, ceramics and sculpture by Martin Andrews to celebrate his 70th birthday. Although primarily a painter, Martin has always worked in a variety of mediums and taken different approaches to his work from a highly figurative style to abstraction. His passion for art history is reflected in his work as is his love of architecture – portraiture is another source of inspiration. Over half a century of making is represented in this show. Martin has regularly exhibited in the local area and contributed to promoting the arts. Mjand17@gmail.com

Open Daily 11am-4:30pm

Art For Interiors


March 16, 2022


March 29, 2022

Contemporary Exhibition of 2D & 3D Artists.

Participating artists:

Kim Major-George - Printmaker www.majorgeorge.co.uk, Laura Dunmow – Contemporary landscapes www.fusionartsonline.co.uk, Antonia Glynne Jones – Contemporary painter www.antoniagj.com, Helen Savin Thornhill – Contemporary/Mixed media www.helensavinart.bigcartel.com , Sarah Maidment – Interior designer – www.sminteriors.co.uk

All participating artists are available for commissions.

Meet the Artists & Presentation by Interior Designer Sarah Maidment

Sat 19 ‘Where to Start ‘ - 11:30am

Sat 26 ‘Sustainable Interiors’ – 11:30am

Free   - no need to book

Exhibition Opening times - Tues- Sat 10:30 – 5:00, Sun 11:00 - 4:30, CLOSED ON MONDAYS



April 9, 2022


April 10, 2022


Well-Being explores the question 'What does wellbeing feel like in our environment?'

Saskia Saunders hand weaves elegant, large-scale artworks for clients and galleries across the UK. Saunders uses natural materials and a minimal, textural palette to explore the intersection of personal, collective and environmental wellbeing.

Her first solo show in the UK, Saunders has had a solo show in Hong Kong, shows in New York, Paris and London as well work in many private collections.

Additionally to the public opening times below, private appointments are available, by arrangement, on Sat/Sun/Mon 10-12pm. Email saskia@saskiasaunders.com for more information.

Open 12pm-4pm daily