cambridge contemporary art

The Measure of the Year

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RHS Gold Medalist Gael Sellwood makes highly detailed botanical watercolour paintings on vellum. She uses material from her own conservation garden as inspiration. 

We are very pleased to announce that we will be launching Gael's new book 'The Measure of The Year' in the gallery. Please see below for our upcoming events.

Combining her passions for drawing and ceramics, Tiffany Scull specialises in Sgraffito-decorated stoneware featuring stylised graphic representations of birds, insects, flowers and trees. She creates her intricate designs by tracing the outlines onto the clay, applying coloured slips and meticulously scratching away the slip between the drawings.

Using both wheel throwing and slab building techniques, ceramicist Margaret Gardiner produces richly textured pieces which are suitable for domestic use. Margaret's work is vapour-glazed, creating a beautiful lustrous effect. She is inspired by Victorian architecture, Greek pots and the sea.


  • Friday 5th October between 6pm-7.30pm - Private View of our upcoming exhibition. This is a great opportunity to meet the artists and chat about their work, so do join us. The event is free, if you would like to attend we kindly ask you to register here.

  • Sunday 21st October between 2pm-4pm - artist demo with ceramicist Margaret Gardiner. This is a free event, please register here.

  • Saturday 27th October between 11am-4pm - Demo and book signing by Gael Sellwood. This is a free, drop in event, please register here.

Thank you for all your continuous support.

         You’re helping artists to sustain their livelihood and  supporting a local independent gallery

        The work you buy will be unique and original - you won’t find it elsewhere in Cambridge

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The art gallery is open 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday,

The craft gallery is open 10am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday.

Both galleries are open 11am to 5pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays