Why buy from us?
20-21’s retail area stocks a wide range of beautiful gifts suitable for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, Valentines and Mother’s day. Choosing a unique gift for that special person shows you are thoughtful and have made a special effort.
By purchasing handmade jewellery, ceramics, glassware and greetings cards you are helping to support many individual artists and craftmakers who are all based in the UK. Also in stock at the moment is a large selection of prints, drawings and paintings, books and souvenirs – with prices to suit everyone’s pockets.
Are you an Artist or Craftmaker?
The Gallery shop likes to support local artists and craftmakers. If you would like the opportunity to sell your work in the shop then please complete the attached submission form (attach here) and e-mail to: Alison.Cooksey@northlincs.gov.uk with some good quality images, an indication of the retail-selling price and your artist statement.
Telephone sales are available Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 4 pm 01724 297070 Please note an additional fee will be added to cover the cost of postage and packaging and this will be agreed at the time of purchase.
Please visit our publications page for details of catalogues and books produced as part of our programme and available to mail-order.
A selection of exhibition items and catalogues from 20-21 Visual Arts Centre are now available to buy online at the Culture Label website.
Artists work for sale
Clare Collinson – Whimsy fable jewellery range
Care Collinson designs and makes jewellery in her workshop in Colwinston, South Wales. She works in silver, printed papers and resin. Every piece of jewellery is individually hand crafted and therefore unique.
In creating the Whimsy fable range of jewellery, Clare prints words onto recycled and textured paper, choosing paper, which has slight marks or mottling to create a slightly aged and vintage feel.
Meg McGregor studied for a degree in Ceramics with Glass at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College. Meg says from the first moment she walked into the ‘hot room’ where students worked on glass she knew it was for her. “Glassblowing suits my personality – it’s theatrical and sociable. Unlike other art forms you work with other people, you always need an assistant."
Marion Brandis ceramics are both colourful and uplifting. Marion is also a mosaic artist who has created many pieces for hospital settings.
Originally an enamel jeweller until discovering the unique properties of dichroic glass, which like enamel is fired in a kiln. Dichroic glass, developed by NASA, has many microscopic layers of metal oxides that are vacuum deposited on the glass. This results in more than one colour when viewed from different angles and is likened to the iridescence of dragonfly wings or peacock feathers. Each piece is a one-off as no two pieces are identical. Dichroic glass is unusual and always a conversation piece.
Fiona Mehra has been making beautiful silver and gold jewellery for over 20 years. As she says, “I adore making jewellery and I am never happier then when I am in my workshop”. Fi started learning at evening class. She then went to the Birmingham School of jewellers for 3 years. She also worked in a jeweller in Bath, and Sussex before moving to Wilshire where she has set up her own workshop.