Annette Harrod & Pam Chapman



30 MAY – 5 JUNE 2012


  • An exhibition of prints and ceramics inspired by the coastal landscape.


  • After finishing her MA in Printmaking at the University of Gloucestershire, Annette set up a studio at home, where she experiments with various printmaking techniques. Her current works are mainly collagraphs and are based on drawings and observations from a recent walk on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.


  • Pam has a Visual Arts degree from the University of Gloucestershire where she specialised in Ceramics. For the past 4 years she has been making raku pieces firing the work in a gas kiln in her garden. Her work is influenced by the geology and landscape of the east coast of Scotland. Current work includes raku and smoked pieces.

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What’s Next?

  • Maintenance The outside of the gallery has been repainted.
  • New Lighting The main lighting in the gallery has been replaced with energy efficient LED lights which provides
    lower power consumption, a sensation of greater space giving enhanced upward lighting and warmer light on walls and screens

New gallery layout

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