Hilary Hughes

Hilary Hughes takes inspiration from nature, man’s interaction with earth and the resultant consequences in chemical processes. in her own words: “I think of myself as a landscape painter but to many my work is abstract”. The meaningful array of colours without being overly bold brings a sense of relaxation when gazing at her works.

Richard Sunderland

Richard Sunderland Art is another artist featured our New Leaf Exhibition throughout July and August 2017. His pieces reflect local scenery and geography around PlymouthDartmoor and Cornwall as well as exploring Devonian heritage. We are beyond excited to have yet another talented local on board with such a unique vision of the space around us.

Whittle Design

Husband and wife team Kerry and Tilly Whittle – Whittle Design work with bronze and steel to produce an evolving range of sculptures including bowls, mirrors, sculptures and wall hangings. Caffe Gallerie are thrilled to have them on board for our New Leaf Exhibiton in July 2017 with some exclusive pieces including the striking figurehead sculpture above by Kerry, handmade in their small studio in the Cornish countryside.

John Forster

John Forster will be joining us at New Leaf Exhibition in July 2017, with his endearing abstract pieces inspired by music. In his own words: “Preferring ‘abstract’ music, it is perhaps no surprise that I should prefer ‘abstract’ art: art that explores the medium and elements themselves and that does not depend on figurative content to give it purpose. “

New Leaf Exhibition 1 July – 19 August 2017

Join us for an exhibition to celebrate the relaunch of Caffé Gallerie under its new owners Charlie and Suzie. New artists working in the Plymouth area join some established Caffé Gallerie names to include:
Richard Allman
Nick Collier
Jill Coughman
John Forster
Hilary Hughes
Roy Meldrum
Nicki Moule
Saltash Press Gang
Nicholas St. John Rosse
Richard Sunderland
Whittle Design
And Hannah Lindfield – the inspirational and talented young woman behind Hannah’s Fund our nominated charity, who sadly lost her battle with Craniosynostosis in October 2014. To find out more please visit https://www.hannahlindfield.co.uk/about