Hilary Stock is a fine art photographer who exhibits in a number of British galleries. Her new solo show, ‘From Wiltshire Woods to the Cornish Coast’, is at the White Horse Gallery in Marlborough throughout November. Hilary also accepts private commissions and her photographs have been been published in national newspapers and magazines.


Hilary makes limited edition, giclée-printed artwork that celebrates Cornwall’s coastline and the Savernake forest in Wiltshire. She is represented by the award-winning Harbour Gallery in Portscatho. Her pictures have been bought by collectors around the world.


This summer, working for the charity Thriving Through Venture, Hilary led a teenage photography project, comparing the community of Gunjur in the Gambia with its twinned town of Marlborough in Wiltshire. She has also been working on a long-term  photographic study of Cirencester Cattle Market.


Hilary’s show at the White Horse Gallery in Marlborough, Wiltshire follows a busy summer of exhibitions in Cornwall. In July she was back at the Harbour Gallery in Portscatho for her annual show at the Fisherman’s Shelter on the quayside. She also enjoyed pop-up exhibitions at Hotel Tresanton in St Mawes and the Driftwood Hotel outside Portscatho.


You can email Hilary directly at hilary.stock@btinternet.com.
For artwork sales, please contact Mark Hatwood at
The Harbour Gallery in Porthscatho, Cornwall.
(mark@theharbourgallery.co.uk; 01872 580807)