Wendy Penrose &
The Garden Gallery
At Rose Cottage you are encouraged to explore the gardens where you will discover beautiful works of art, sculpture and ceramics plus Wendy Penrose's jewellery workshop. Enjoy delicious homemade refreshments in the garden cafe where you can relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings
Walking distance from venues 19 & 21
Turn off the A4155 onto Memorial Avenue then take the first left on Orchard Close. Rose Cottage is at the far end between numbers 9&10
Parking is available at the Memorial Hall at the end of Orchard Close
Meet The Artists
Wendy Penrose Jewellery
I handcraft my jewellery from gemstones and recycled precious metals. Reflecting the organic texture and forms created by the natural world my unexpected, sculptural designs range from strong, energetic pieces to refined lace work. Bespoke commissions and remodelling of heirloom gems is my passion so if you have a project in mind please come and chat
Fiona Hunter Sculpture
Educated as a graphic artist I went on to become an internationally awarded advertising art director and creative director.
What started out as a hobby has now become an all consuming passion. You can find me busy in my studio, an old corner shop in Marlow, creating larger than life heads for interiors and gardens.
Ruth Moilliet Sculpture
Ruth Moilliet has built an international reputation over the last 24 years producing bespoke limited edition artworks for the public, private and corporate sectors. Her sculptures draw their inspiration from the plant kingdom and range in size from small detailed pieces to large eye-catching structures.
Hannah Wilson Ceramics
My pieces are all hand built and are mainly smoke fired. Smoke firing is fast, unknown and very exciting! This is in stark contrast to the controlled way in which I make my work using coils, which can’t be rushed. The smoke firings take place in a pit in the ground where I bury the work in sawdust and set it alight. It is this technique that ensures that each piece is completely unique.
Alison Bell Sculpture
My figurative sculpture captures those innocent childhood moments.
I try to make work that touches the free spirit in us, most often through memories of childhood. I’m drawn to the times when we lived and played in our own imagination, unobserved, scaling fortresses & standing on the ramparts as kings of the castle just quietly inventing our own worlds.
Jill McEvoy Paintings
Watercolour painting brings great pleasure to me daily. I paint many subjects in a variety of styles. My present passion is working in pen & wash.
I love to think that I can convey my creative enjoyment to the people who have hung my works on their own walls.