We welcome new and established artists, from Wales and Herefordshire – as well as further afield - to exhibit and sell their work through The Globe’s gallery space. Talk to our events team about arranging your own exhibition and private view in 2020.
The paintings, photography, film and sculpture exhibited at The Globe are a showcase of talent and evolve through the year, inspiring tourists and locals alike. Our art exhibitions are free to visit and span across our three gallery floors.
Current exhibition - 'Relationships' by Mollie Lord
“The purpose of all art is to indulge a feeling in the viewer.” - Picasso
‘Art is the result of the fusion between man and material. In my art I try to explore the relationship between form, touch and colour. These three elements combine and the brush is that which links all into one. It enables the paint to speak and involve itself in communicating the relationship between feeling form and colour. Relationships are that which I explore. The dichotomy between madness and sadness, the contradiction between black and white, between red and blue, and so on. I explore the dance of contradiction and the empathy of expression. Empathy is a sympathy that can be explored through the creative process. This is why I paint; to explore and so to understand.
Private View: Saturday 18th January at 12pm
On display from Tuesday 14th January - Tuesday 31st March. All artwork is for sale.
Artists interested in exhibiting at The Globe can contact Emma on 01497 821 762 or email her at email@example.com to discuss their ideas for a future exhibition.
Hay-on-Wye and the Welsh marches are a hotbed of artistic talent. Local and guest artists and photographers who have exhibited at The Globe include:
- Suzie Jones
- Sarah Boulton
- Mollie Lord
- Inge Wright
- Kathleen Packwood
- Paul Fortescue
- Daniel Garland
- Janet Lewis-Jones
- Robin Scott
- The Residents of Winslow Court, Bromyard
- Billie Charity
- Tottie Aarvold
- Laurel Gallagher
- Amy le Bailly
- Stacey Wilding
- Gary Benson
- James Rock
- Students from Hereford College of Arts
- Shelton Hospital.
- TrosGynnal Plant, Aardvark Books
- Applestore Gallery
- Chang Thai