Tania Holland Gallery was established in 2008 in the Shropshire market town of Bridgnorth and relocated in 2016 to the historic Red House Glass Cone Museum and Craft Centre in Stourbridge. Tania offers an original collection of punny animal designs in the form of collage on canvas and mixed media sculpture. Each original “Wordplay Menagerie” design incorporates a second motif or theme that together create a visual pun and every piece includes a fictitious dictionary style definition of the pun that it represents.
Stained Glass Garden Art Sculptures designed to be placed amongst the plants in the garden, all handcrafted individually so no two pieces are the same, they look beautiful as the sunlight streams through them and all panels are weatherproof.
A retired, amateur artist, painting landscapes in mixed media. Regular visitor to The Croft B and B, Bridgnorth. Paintings of Bridgnorth regularly for sale in the B and B. A range of those and other works will be on show during the Arts weekend.
I create abstract art that is playful & organic intuitive art, using bright vivid Acrylic Gouache colours. I use fine white/gold/silver ink pens over the top of my designs to add dimension, line, pattern & details. My art is inspired by nature.
Pictures of people. Acrylic and pastels.
I paint in oils, acrylics, and use coloured pencils, I have a particular interest in sparrows and I am known as “the sparrow painter” I have now moved onto finches and enjoy the challenge of painting the sculptural shapes of teasels they feed on, I also paint woodland scenes and landscapes.
My work is based mainly on forms from nature. I make textile wall art, batik scarves, textile brooches and fascinators.
Ceramics including pots and clay sculpture. Landscape and townscape painting.
For me photography is about curiosity. Capturing a splinter of space and time in a photographic image allows us to study the detail, the shape and form, the patterns and connections that otherwise we may have been oblivious to. I don’t use Photoshop and other than some cropping I don’t manipulate my photographs in any way. I prefer to capture and print the image as it appears using natural light, distortion through reflection, unusual angles and incongruous combinations of elements to stimulate new ways of looking at the world.