About the Gallery
Attracted by the history of the building and Chipping Campden’s excellent reputation throughout the arts and crafts movement, a co-operative of more than twenty artists and artisans moved into the Old Silk Mill in 2005 bringing a variety of contemporary and traditional craftspeople to the home of The Guild of Handicraft.
The gallery at the guild is now a cooperative of 28 artists, ceramicists, designers, furniture makers, glass makers, metal workers, photographers, sculptors, stone carvers, textile artists and wood carvers. The co-operative promotes its members’ work and provides the public with an opportunity to meet its members, each of whom takes a turn at stewarding the cooperative’s various exhibitions.
We are situated inside the Old Silk Mill:
The gallery does not have an online shop as the items on display change regularly. However, we welcome enquiries regarding work by our members and will do our best to find or commission the piece you are looking for.
Please note that as standard we will be closed on the following days:
New Year’s Day