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Exhibitions

Open daily, 9.30am to 4.00pm

Brooke Robinson Exhibition

Located on the first floor landing area of Himley Hall, volunteers are on hand to talk about the the life of Brooke Robinson and this fascinating collection.

The collection includes a range of 17th, 18th and 19th century British and European paintings, furniture and ceramics. Bilston enamels, commemorative medals, Greek, Roman and Egyptian pottery and personal memorabilia relating to Brooke Robinson and his two wives also feature. Free entry.

View a rotating selection from the Brooke Robinson collection in the Gallery at Himley Hall.
Open Wednesdays, 11am to 3pm 

More information on the Brooke Robinson Collection.

The Quest

by Jaio-Art

from 26th March to Sunday 2nd June 2024

Jaio-Art are delighted to be returning to Himley Hall for their second exhibition - "The Quest".


"Our inspiration for this year has been seeking out and finding inspiration in the small and simple details of life that have a great impact. To this end we turned our focus upon nature, old and classical texts, the use of textiles, people's life stories and cultures, and the impact of industry. The art styles may be very different but as the work is brought forth and viewed together, similar themes and ideas start to emerge between them, even if expressed in a wide range of ways. These ideas are both our joy and delight to bring to life in creating art that speaks, even if words fail, and, we hope, yours to discover as you walk with us in observing our journey."

Jaio-Art is a mother daughter partnership, Jill and Anna Marie MorGan. "Jaio" is a reference to "an ability to overcome". See below for some of their work.

 

Artist Showcase

until Sunday 2nd June 2024

Our second artist showcase of 2024 features bold and colourful mixed media work by Louise Deans, beautiful landscapes by Frederick Lowe, delicate silk and embroidery by Lorna Harris, and a stunning nature painting by Tom Bowdler.

Victory Painting Group

until Sunday 2nd June 2024

 

An exhibition of the wide ranging talents of Victory Painting Group, established with the aim of encouraging anyone who is interested in painting to develop their ability and encourage them in all aspects of art. Membership ranges from beginners to well established artists, who produce work in all types of media and subjects. 

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as a programme of events to which we welcome the general public to come along and enjoy with us. No need to book, just turn up, you will be most welcome. These events include demonstrations of visiting professional artists, exhibitions and trips. Fine out more on our website: www.victorypaintinggroup.co.uk

'Fantasy and Fairy tales'

by Angela Roberts

until Sunday 9th June 2024

Angela is a local artist from Wolverhampton. She paints in both watercolour and on ceramics. She enjoys painting wildlife but also has a fondness for painting fairy tales, as she loves to let her imagination run free.
You can see examples of Angela's work below.

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Infinite

by Catherine Marshall

until Sunday 21st July 2024

 

Exhibition of stunning cloud and seascapes by local artist Catherine Marshall. Catherine finds the combination of the sea and sky fascinating, and through her work captures the ever changing, infinite array of formations, from the absolute serene millpond with a delicate whip of a cloud, to the hugely dark dramatic sky with lashing waves.

See some of Catherine's work below

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Gaia's Kiss:  The Greek Goddess Mother Nature

by Dawn Sant

until Sunday 21st July 2024

 

Exhibition showcasing nature in all its glory by local artist Dawn Sant. Her paintings depict Dawn's vision of the world at its beginning, to the glorious, majestic landscapes and seascapes to the smallest plants and natural beauty of our Earth. 

See some of Dawn's work below

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