The next exhibition at Made in the Marches Gallery in Kington (September – October) will be called Stratifications, and will show work inspired by the idea of layers of structure, formation or meaning.
There will be an informal presentation from Mr R. Williams, a member of the Woolhope Naturalists Field Club, who will present his beautiful original edition of ‘The Silurian System’, which is a work of art in itself. Published in 1839, it describes the relationship between surface landscape features, underlying geology and the ancient formation of the strata, focussing on the Silurian Era, the rocks of which are exposed throughout the Welsh Borders.
Visitors are invited to ‘drop in’ on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st August between 11am and 4pm for this special event.
Established in April 2017, Made in the Marches Gallery aims to support and promote local art and craft, and to exhibit work by established artists, as well as acting as a springboard for recent BA Graduates and self-trained artisans.
The historic market town of Kington sits close to the border of Wales and sitting alongside the infamous Hergest Ridge and Offa’s Dyke. Renowned for its walking festivals in the Spring and Autumn, Kington is a quirky town with a high street of independent shops as well as a place to find great holiday ideas if you are looking for a walking, biking, golf or riding holiday, the chance to relax, explore, eat out, or just simply have fun. You will find great Herefordshire places to stay in and around the area and beautiful views at every turn.