Shows

Recent shows

4-5 May 2019: Stratford Art Fair, Stratford-upon-Avon

Hilary once again exhibited at the popular Stratford Art Fair.  She showed eight pieces, including her new work in aluminium, and held a well attended  workshop/demonstration on Saturday afternoon.

19-21 April 2019: Exhibition at the Fisherman’s Shelter, Portscatho, Cornwall

Hilary returned with a successful Easter show to Britain’s quirkiest gallery, the Fisherman’s Shelter on the quayside in Portscatho. This was her fourth time in The Shelter, which is run by the award-winning Harbour Gallery, around the corner in the popular Cornish village. The show featured old favourites and new work, including a triptych of Gull Rock in aluminium, which proved a popular seller.

November 2018: ‘From Wiltshire Woods to the Cornish Coast’, a new solo show at the White Horse Gallery in Marlborough, Wiltshire

Hilary’s new solo show included a wide range of work in Marlborough’s White Horse Gallery, attached to the town’s acclaimed White Horse Bookshop on the High Street. ‘From Wiltshire Woods to the Cornish Coast’ showcased Hilary’s new images of the ancient Savernake Forest as well as her more established Cornish pictures. “There is something mesmerising about the stillness of the Savernake,” Hilary says. “It feels like a privilege to wander amongst the trees, as if I’m glimpsing a world unknown.”

The White Horse Gallery, where ‘From Wiltshire Woods to the Cornish Coast’ runs throughout November

Gull Rock, £595 (edition of 25)

 

Early Morning in Westwoods, £695 (edition of 25)

A tour of the venue:

 

Summer shows at The Fisherman’s Shelter, Driftwood Hotel and Hotel Tresanton in Cornwall

In July, Hilary returned for a  three-day show at The Fisherman’s Shelter on the quayside in Portscatho, Cornwall. It was her third and most successful exhibition at the shelter, which is organised by The Harbour Gallery around the corner in Portscatho. She also enjoyed two pop-up shows either side of the exhibition, one at the nearby Driftwood Hotel in Rosevine, and another at the sumptuous Hotel Tresanton in St Mawes.