On Saturday 19th November, North Wales and Chester based artist Alison Bradley will be celebrating the opening of her new Chester gallery with a Christmas exhibition of new oil paintings and charcoal drawings.
Since opening her first gallery in Betws-y-coed, Snowdonia, eight years ago Alison has become well known for her depictions of the North Wales landscape, the farmers who work the land, and their livestock. Earlier this year Alison opened her second gallery in the heart of historic Chester City Centre and expanded her portfolio to include Chester, Wirral, and equestrian work.
The Christmas exhibition features new oil paintings and charcoal drawings of Chester, rural North Wales, and studies from Alison’s first painting trip to Chester’s Roodee Racecourse in September.
Joining Alison in the exhibition is Chester’s Debbie Nairn showing a collection of her sculpture and jewellery.
The exhibition opens 4pm – 7pm on Saturday 19th November at Alison Bradley Gallery, 42 Watergate Street, Chester.