ADDRESS
Home End Farm
Stiffords Bridge
Cradley, Malvern
WR13 5NW

01886 880240

HOURS

10:00am - 4:00pm

Wednesday - Sunday

(plus Bank Holidays)

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Welcome to blue-ginger and our showcase for talented artists and craftspeople. 
 

Our gallery is situated in the grounds of a timber framed farmhouse just four miles from the Malvern Hills. We offer a beautiful and diverse range of products specially selected to suit a range of budgets. Limited edition cards, prints, pottery, paintings and even hand-crafted chocolate can all be found here. And in additional to serving fair-trade coffee and tea, we also offer homemade cakes and delicious light lunches.

 

Adjacent to the main gallery, you will find contemporary jewellery by SilverFish Designs and the specialist services of 

mi-frame picture framing. These, together with our Summer House display space and the events that regularly take place, make blue-ginger a very special place to visit. We hope to see you soon. 

Winter Hours

From October 25 we will revert to our winter hours of closing at 4pm.

Blue-Ginger will close on Sunday December 22, reopening on Saturday March 28, 2020 with an exciting exhibition curated by Tamsin Abbot 'JUNGLE'.

Featured Artist

Wanderlust 

October 9 - November 24

'Wanderlust - travel, adventure, creativity’

 

This October blue ginger plays host to a group of artist-adventurers! Wildlife artist Shelly Perkins will curate an exhibition encompassing her wide range of travel inspired work and has selected a group of fellow exhibitors with a similar passion for exploration. All of the artists will display work made in response to their extensive travels both in the UK and further afield and will share their stories of how, where and why their pieces were created. Do come along and be inspired by this eclectic mix of work from Antarctica to Africa and beyond

Shelly Perkins
Margaret Richardson
Clint Banbury
Jewels Williams Peplow
Bill Evans
Beverley Drury
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Jeweller of the Month

Michelle has always had an eye for things that are a bit different and her designs reflect this. Some pieces are big and bold, others more discreet but they are all distinctive. She is happy to create commission pieces and work with the individual to design and create a unique piece of jewellery. Michelle uses a range of silver-plated copper wire, sterling silver wire, polymer clay and resin to produce her designs.
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Margaret Richardson