Bring on spring! paintings, jewellery, ceramics, glass

We now know that we can open again to the public on April 12th. The gallery will be looking good with many pieces that have been here awhile, plus some new work that is coming in all he time. I want to present all the amazing works of art that are still on the walls, plinths and cabinets in the gallery, plus these from….


Ilona Sulikova – York Ceramic Artist

We are delighted to be able to present some new pieces by York potter Ilona Sulikova. These pieces are coiled ceramic and elaborately decorated using dry copper glaze, mapped out by eye and applied by brush. We really like these pots which owe soemthing to the artist’s experiences in Africa, where she learnt some of her techniques from traditional potters.

And just delivered in April 2021….


CLARE CONRAD textured ceramics


DYLAN BOWEN slip decorated ceramics



For our Allure! Jeweller of the month KAREN THOMAS Click HERE

or Jewellery CLICK HERE

For new glass by FIAZ ELSON Click Here

and in the next few days, I will  be putting up a couple of videos of the gallery as it looks now, starting with this one

This was made this week for our forthcoming Glass Newsletter (after looking at the video, press the BACK button to get back here)

and another

and this one is a tour of some of our jewellery displays..
Ravel said he wanted his music to be complex, but not complicated. Anita Klein might say the same of her art. There is a grand simplicity to her works, but that is not the same as saying they lack subtlety and ambiguity. On the contrary, they have the sort of unselfconscious directness that comes from living and breathing art for so long that it becomes second nature.  John Russell Taylor, The Times


Anita Klein was born in Sydney, Australia in 1960 and studied at both Chelsea School of Art and Slade School of Art, where she was awarded the Henrique Scholarship in 1982 and 1983. In 1985 Anita was made a fellow of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers and was later elected their President in 2002. Public collectors of her work include the Arts Council of Great Britain, The British Museum and London University, and she has exhibited across Britain, Europe, America, India and Australia, including at the ICA and the Royal Academy in London.





MOXON & SIMM   Jewellers from Pateley Bridge, West Yorkshire


YUKI KOKAI  Harlow jeweller and glass sculptor

CAMILLA WEST  Tonbridge jeweller

CAROLINE FINLAY  Fife jeweller

YEN London jeweller

JANE MACINTOSH London jeweller

JANE MOORE Leamington Spa jeweller

PENNY WARREN Brighton jeweller

ANNA DE VILLE Birmingham jeweller

KATIE STONE Birmingham jeweller

SHIMARA CARLOW Castle Douglas jeweller (living in Australia)

INKY LINKY Leeds jeweller

RUTH LAIRD Glasgow jeweller



JENNIE GILL Sheffield jeweller

SALLY RATCLIFFE Sheffield jeweller

SHIRLEY SMITH Hereford jeweller

ADELE TAYLOR Sheffield jeweller

JILL STEWART Northumberland jeweller

SARA BUK Shipley jeweller

CLAIRE TROUGHTON Chester jeweller






FIAZ ELSON glass artist

Two new pieces by Fiaz Elson are available through Pyramid Gallery. These pieces are currently at the artists studio,  but offered exclusively through Pyramid Gallery




Layne Rowe is one of the most highly regarded glass blowers in the UK, having been a principal glass blower for Peter Layton for many years. He now produce his own glass ranges in his studio in  North Cambridgeshire


MORAG REEKIE sculptor and glass artist

At the beginning of the lock down I came up with the idea of my dragons. Being cooped up and feeling frustrated with our government and their lack of compassion for others and their idleness with controlling Covid, my spiky little dragons came to mind!


HANNAH GIBSON Glass Sculptor





The following pieces have been made, but (as of Nov 2020) not yet been collected from the artist. They can be purchased now and will be delivered to the purchaser on Dec 8th 2020


ANNE-MARIE FIEBER Wiltshire Ceramic Sculptor

PIERS BROWNE has been sorting out his drawers and as a result of these dramatic re-arrangement is offering these etchings at reduced prices, but be quick, he might change his mind if too many go too quickly ….

PIERS BROWNE Wensleydale artist and printmaker