Staffordshire County Council|

Current Exhibitions

4 August – 31 August

Rob Pointon

Oil-Painting-35 - Birmingham watches the Olympics - Rob PointonDuring the summer we will are delighted to have a selection of work on display by this year's Staffordshire Open Art Winner Rob Pointon.

Based in Burslem, the Mother town of the potteries and as a figurative artist, Rob enjoys exploring ways of recreating within his artwork scenes from his own direct experience.

He has an uncompromising approach to every painting that he undertakes whether it be a landscape, a cityscape an urban commission or a life class studio portrait. His strong commitment to painting en plain air with a minimum of studio finishing shows in the finished works which have
freshness and vitality. - extract from|Angela Ibbs mosaic wall piece

Summer Showcase

Summer Showcase is a beautiful selection of craft, chosen with a summer theme in mind.

Angela Ibbs will be showcasing her stunning mosaic wall pieces, alongside framed wire and textile work by the talented Liz Cooksey.

There will be a gorgeous range of jewellery to choose from including floral cuffs by Debi Cummins and coastal inspired jewellery by Caroline Brogden.

Daisy Fawcett will have a lovely selection of her ceramics on display, and Amanda Mercer’s pretty ceramic birdhouses are sure to be a hot summer seller!

You are sure to find a great summer birthday present, anniversary gift or a treat for yourself in this wonderful, uplifting, exhibition!


Exhibition & Events Programme

Due to changes to the current exhibition programme the leaflet is under review and will be made available shortly. 

For further information about the Shire Hall Gallery exhibition programme contact the Exhibitions Officer Kim Gould on 01785 278345, or email|

Exhibitions & Events information can also be found on the What's On| page.


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