Visual Art Network - Open for Art  

The Visual Art Network (VAN) Charity 1087383 is run by our volunteer members.

VAN STREET GALLERY - Middle Level, DARWIN SHOPPING CENTRE, SHREWSBURY. 

Promote your work, exhibitions, workshops and events here to a wider audience. Join our growing network of creative people all with an interest in visual arts. Meet other artists through volunteering.

What's On?

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Winter Exhibition...

1 Dec 2018 - 29 Mar 2019

The first VAN exhibition at the University Centre, Frankwell is currently showing until the end of March 2019. All works are open to public viewing, subject to the use of the rooms. Please ask at reception. Read more

Journey,...

9 Jan 2019 - 26 Feb 2019

A collection of recent landscapes by Nigel Glaze will be on show at the Shropshire Hills Descovery centre, Craven Arms, SY7 9RS Read more

Abstract Art...

4 Feb 2019 - 2 Mar 2019

VAN Gallery, Darwin Shopping Centre, Middle Level, Shrewsbury,  All things Abstract. Read more

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Rosie Read

Mixed media artist Rosie Read currently has a gallery stall in the Market Hall Shrewsbury where she creates a wonderful array of art. Watercolours, inks, collage, papier mache and a host of intriguing items.

Lino success

Kit Byron Low is enjoying success with her latest range of hand pressed lino prints, featuring images of birds. Currently she is developing a range of cards and enjoying the challenge of 'forcing' lino to create movement in the prints!  The range includes blackbirds, terns, owls, puffins and most recently pheasants.  These are available at the VAN Street Gallery, Shrewsbury, and are rapidly flying out!  They have been the top selling card range this Spring with our visitors.

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Chris Williams

Chris draws inspiration, for much of her work, from the beautiful Shropshire landscape in the Bridgnorth area of the county.She studied Fine Art (BA Hons) in Newcastle and at the Laird School of Art. She paints using mainly oils, and captures the essence of  delightful country lanes and rural fields with her refreshing use of light and carefully observed detail. She draws on a daily basis to inform her work using graphite, charcoal and pastel.  

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