My name is Chris Thorn, Radiographer and Artist, with studios at the magnificent Lost Gardens of Heligan, and historic Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. Here you can browse my X-ray images and select yourfavourites. These affordable X-ray prints are supplied in Print Only format, for ease of delivery. If you prefer to buy a picture ready to display, you might like to check out my Acrylic Panels page. These are made for me in Germany and present my images at their very best.
High quality contemporary work from Devon based artists and makers. Easy to get to, we are just over a mile from the A388 at Stibb Cross, between Holsworthy and Great Torrington.
I create flameworked and fused glass art in my studio in Barnstaple surrounded by the stunning Devon coastal countryside. My initial inspiration is taken from the colours of the sea, preferring towork with various shades of blue, green and azure. Using flat sheets of Bullseye fusible glass as the starting point, I cut and layer the glass before firing it in one of my digitally controlled kilns.
Established in 1995, Scenetec design and build high quality scenery for theatre and allied industries including museums and exhibitions. We also design and build themed environments for bars,restaurants and visitor attractions. We have a dedicated multi-disciplined and enthusiastic team of set builders, that have a wealth of experience within the theatre and exhibition industries.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm. The gallery aims to promote the work of local artist makers and is based in Barnstaple, North Devon. The work on sale is a mixture of media includingpaintings in watercolour, oils, gouache, textiles, fused and lampworked glass, wood and ceramics.
Nigel's fascination with science and space led to his unique patented design of WHY, a question mark made from the letters W, H and Y. The W is at the top, the H is halfway down and the tail of the Yat the bottom curls around to form the dot of the question mark.
Edward Woollard, maternal grandfather of current owner Roy Smith, opened the Blue Gallery at 16 Joy Street, Barnstaple in 1946. He was a photographer by profession and also had a café on thepremises. Fast-forward 66 years and the Blue Gallery has grown to be one of the the largest art, craft and needlework suppliers in the South West, selling brands such as Daler Rowney, Winsor & Newton, Pro Arte, DMC, Dylon, Coats, Staedtler and much more from the same premises in Joy Street.
Our gallery/giftshop and framing workshop was established here in the heart of Glastonbury in 2004. We endeavour to show mainly local artist's work - original paintings, giclee prints and photographs- complemented by artists from further afield. Also displayed are collections of British craft work - glass, pottery and jewellery, together with other gifts and cards. We have an additional gallery room that is often used for artist's own exhibitions throughout the year which we are proud to showcase.
Large Gallery roughly halfway up Glastonbury High Street. Holds several exhibitions a year including "Glastonbury Contemporary Artists" and is a Somerset Art Weeks venue. Artists featuredare mainly from Somerset. Also features an art deco cafe with mainly organic food. Can also offer fine art photography and giclee printing.
We are a friendly group of some seventy members, ranging from complete beginners to experienced artists. We are just coming to the end of the Spring season of workshops and the planning of the Summersession, starting in June, is well advanced. Keep an eye out for full details under WORKSHOP section.