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Severn Vale Art Trail, Friday April 28 – Sunday May 7 2017

Sorry its all over now, but look out for updates next for next year.

SHOWCASE EXHIBITION till 13th May including artwork from local schools.

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Download art trail brochure here: 141120


Please note registration is now closed.

Artists registered for the Severn Vale Art Trail in 2017 are below. You can see further information for each artist in the drop-down menu.

George king

Derek North,  

Tom Carter,

Claire Failes,,,

Judith Pemberton-Bennett,

Anne McAllister,

Lorraine Durant,

Gloria Jones,

Robert Hirstwood,

Philip Whitehead,

Liz Armstrong,

Leigh-Ann Maclean.

Jen Gash,


Gill Moules

Christine Dack

Rosy Diggins

Thomas Woodman- Povey

Jenny Smith

Rosemary Millar

Joan Hawkins

Ronald Swanwick

Ricky Woodman-Povey

Stephanie Price 01173 05085

Sarah Davis

Rosemary Setter

Anne Lewandowska-

Karen Schwamm

Tamas Szikszay

Naomi Skelton

Maureen Knowles

Shirley Sharp

Sarah Martin

Clare Thatcher

Ingrid Jeckells

Gail Vevers

Nicola Latham

Heather Morgan

Ira Wood

Gill Meadows

Fiona Moir

Mandy Delafield

Claire Alway

Heather Barclay

Alistair Barclay

Angus Macaskill

Marjorie Roper-Marshall

Suze Adams

Barbara McNamara

Jane Lampard

Joyce Pinch

Rita Dee

Pauline Chidlaw

Clare Stephens

Trish Claridge

Mitra McQuilton

Sophie Ploeg

Gillian Harkness –

Josephine Martin –

Hayley Weaver

Karen Byrne

June Hopkins

Angela Harrison

Jan Jones




Visitors to the Trail.

A full Guide for next years Trail will be available in Spring 2017 to download here.

  • Do you enjoy browsing real art, having a close look, considering a wall space at home?
  • Would you like to explore little treasure troves of art dotted around the near locality?
  • Could it make a treat for family or friends? Maybe you could entertain visitors for free!

It’s a true treasure trail.

Welcome to the Trail  – 28 April to 7th May 2017

The trail presents a wealth of talent by local artists and makers including paintings in oils, watercolour and pastel, ceramics and sculpture, prints and drawings, photography, jewellery, textiles, stained glass, and woodturning. The work will be exhibited in a wealth of venues providing an opportunity to visit places that you would not normally see and view and perhaps buy something which catches the eye.

Visiting procedures for members of the public

Visitors are reminded that it is important to carefully check the opening times of the venues they wish to visit. Plan the route in advance and be sure to visit individual artists in their own surroundings as well as those in shared venues. Look for the red Art Trail signs as you near your destination and remember to check official notices giving parking restrictions and time limits. Please remember that you may be visiting an artist at home, so please be very careful about leaving footmarks. You should not expect to be able to smoke, or use a phone or toilet, or wander wherever you please. For your own safety, you are also obliged to follow all the rules and instructions that your host may have put in place.

Please note that members of the public visit the Art Trail at their own risk. The organisers cannot be held liable for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public visiting an Art Trail venue.

Whilst every care has been taken in compiling the guide, Severn Vale Art Trail cannot be held responsible for any errors, variations or omissions.