Made in Ross
Come and visit Made in Ross a collective of local artists in the centre of Ross. Exhibitions, Workshops, Affordable Arts and Crafts
Ross Market House can be found in the centre of Ross:
High St, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5BZ
Open every day from 10am – 4pm
Below are a list of the local artists and all they have to offer:
Rosie Callinan’s greatest influence is the natural world around her. She produces a variety of craft work including mosaics, wire sculpture and needle felted pieces. Some are suitable for siting outside in the garden.
Wye Valley Woodcraft – wooden furniture and a range of other items including candlesticks, vases, lamp stands and kitchen utensils made using traditional tools and locally sourced “green” wood. Each piece is unique and crafted to suit the qualities of the wood.
A passion turned to business! Knitting with yarn and silver wire, Fluffy Stuff creates handmade gifts for all. Our current range includes jewellery, scarves, handbags and toys. New creations are always being made. Commissions welcomed.
Lara was formally trained and specialised in ceramics but went on to concentrate on painting. She uses mixed media – gouache, acrylic, oil pastel and collage to create cheerful, colourful illustrations
Arts in the Marches will showcase work by other local artists including upcycled vintage jewelery by Jacks Brill, blacksmithing by Stephen McRae, Sue Garratt’s ceramics and glass by Diana Philipson.
Nigel Street, voted Aspire Magazine Watercolourist of the Year 2014, provides expert watercolour tuition – courses, workshops, demos and personal tuition – and exhibits paintings in and around Herefordshire.
Pure wool wet and needle felted artwork. I use only pure natural merino wool to create wool paintings and 3D crafts such as felted dolls, animals and fine quality felted soap.
Katrina’s paintings of birds, flowers and landscapes are produced using the ancient and unique art of Chinese Brush Painting. She also runs workshops for those wishing to experience this specialist art form.
Louise’s acrylic paintings start from sketches she makes in the landscape. Her paintings dip and weave between what she actually sees and what she makes up, also Louise intends for her paintings to have an undercurrent of metaphor for the Human Condition.
Louise has always loved photography, but despite her keen interest, never pursued it as a career. She has instead enjoyed many years of photographing events, scenery and the abstract, anything she has found interesting, different and beautiful.
Her background in Art gives her a keen eye for composition, colour and design and whilst most of her work revolves primarily around portraiture and wedding photography she also produces Fine Art imagery. These are mainly Landscapes but also include nature and abstracts – whatever catches her eye really!