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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.


Artist Showcase

until Sunday 11th August 

Our third artist showcase of 2024 features delicate silk and embroidery by Lorna Harris, atmospheric printed landscapes by Jacklyn McDonald, lively illustrations full of personality by David Kirkham, and stunning pet and animal portraits by Jan Lewis.

Lost in Space

by Kate Martin

until Sunday 13th October 2024


Exhibition of stunning space scenes by local artist Kate Martin. Kate works with acrylics and specialist paint to create colourful, cosmic artwork exploring her relationship with herself, life, emotions, thoughts and experiences.

See some of Kate's work below and on her website

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'Fantasy and Fairy tales'

by Angela Roberts

until Sunday 11th August 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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'Visions of the Autistic Mind'

by Nathan Preen

until Sunday 11th August 2024

A display of stunning artwork by talented local artist Nathan Preen. Nathan uses his art and creative visions to fill canvases with vibrant colour and surreal images, using art to escape into a world of mind-blowing colour. You can see some of Nathan's work below. 

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'Creative Approaches'

by Oddfellows Arts

until Sunday 11th August 2024

An exhibition by West Midlands artists Oddfellows Arts, demonstrating the wide variety of styles, ideas, sources and methods which characterise the group. Oddfellows Arts use print, ceramics, painting and textiles to uniquely interpret the natural world. You can see examples of their work below.


'Snap to it!'

by Wall Heath Photography Group

until Sunday 19th August 2024

An exhibition by Wall Heath Photography Group, showcasing their member's images on a wide variety of subjects, from seascapes to portraits, to abstract snapshots of the world around us. Wall Heath Photography Group welcome new members regardless of previous experience, be it high end cameras, point and shoot or your mobile phone.

You can see some of Wall Heath's images below

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