We have three galleries in total:
The Lion Street Gallery opened in 2011 and we were fortunate enough to be rated as one of the best galleries in Wales by the Culture Trip website. We are only 50 yards from the clock tower in the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye . We mainly promote artists who work in Wales and the Borders. There are regular group shows throughout the year, showcasing both established Welsh artists , as well as our carefully chosen up and coming talent. You can follow us on both Instagram and Facebook
Erwood Station Gallery was opened in 2014 and is our Applied Arts Gallery, only 20 minutes from Hay and just 4 miles from Builth Wells. Erwood is Wales’ largest , privately owned, contemporary craft/ applied arts gallery, showing a very large range of work in a whole variety of materials. All housed within three 1870’s railway carriages. Erwood has its own website http://www.erwoodstation.com
Ledbury Gallery, focuses on British contemporary painting and sculpture. We will be having rolling group shows of upto 10 artists per show throughout the year. We are at the top end of the High Street, the last passageway on the left after the Creative Quarter passageway , there’s a shop called Ethos which fronts the entrance to our courtyard. This website shows the artists that exhibit at both Ledbury and Lion Street.You can follow us on both Instagram and Facebook
We will always offer assistance wherever we can .
The Lion Street Gallery has a small 10 cm step at the front door , there are three connected rooms, the first, and largest, is all on one level, the other two spaces are accessed by one step and two steps respectively.
Ledbury Gallery , has two 15 cm steps before the entrance to the gallery. There are two handles either side of the front door, as seen in the photograph. Once in the gallery it is all on one level as an open plan exhibition space.
Erwood Station Gallery, is 90% on one level , we have a large open plan atrium which then joins three railway carriages from the 1870’s. These carriages are accessed by ramps which a person on a wheelchair or mobility scooter would need assistance to access as they are too steep an incline.
Opening Times :
Lion Street Gallery:
In Summer we are open Mon – Sat from 10.30 – 5.00
Sunday opening times 11.00 – 4.00 ( please check before coming as some Sundays we are closed)
Closed Sunday 9th Sept
Erwood Station Gallery:
Open everyday of the year, bar the first five weeks, 10.30 – 5.00 , the tearoom ( cakes not lunches) closes at 4.30 sharp.
10.00 – 5.00 Monday to Saturday
If you would like to be considered as a possible exhibitor with us , then please do E mail us in the first instance with images or links to a site and a brief biography. We always reply within 24 hours and if interested would then invite you to bring work in for us to see at the gallery. We don’t review work from artists who are just popping by on the off chance. email@example.com
We hope you are very happy with the artwork you have purchased. However if you are not, you may return the goods within seven (7) working days, beginning with the day you receive the goods, in the same condition as purchased. You must notify us in writing by email, through our website or by calling the gallery direct.
Once we have received confirmation from you that you would like to return your artwork, we will arrange collection of the artwork, unless you can deliver in person.
We will refund the full cost of the artwork, and refund using the same payment method that you used to make the purchase. The refund will be made within 30 days of us receiving the returned work.
DAMAGED OR FAULTY GOODS
We take the utmost care in packaging the goods, and only use reliable, professional carriers. Nevertheless, you must examine goods on arrival before signing for them.
Goods must be moved carefully from packaging as we accept no liability for any damage incurred to the artwork during unpackaging. We will not ship a work if the condition is not as dictated by the artist.
We will refund the full purchase price including postage and packing of any goods which are delivered in a damaged or faulty condition (other than due to failure to follow instructions or misuse). Alternatively, at your option, we will replace the item with the same or a similar product (subject to stock availability). If a product is damaged, please contact us at once and no later than 7 working days of receipt.
We reserve the right to refuse to issue a refund/replacement item and to recover the cost of the returns delivery from you in the event that the item is found to have suffered damage after delivery or has been misused or used other than in accordance with the instructions or if the problem is due to normal wear and tear.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
These terms and conditions (‘Terms and Conditions’) apply to the sale to you of any limited edition print or any other piece of artwork (the “Artwork”) by any artist (the ‘Artist’) either at any LS Galleries’ premises or through its website.
2.1 Delivery of the Artwork shall be made by you collecting the Artwork from the premises at the time of purchase or at any other date and time so agreed.
2.2 Delivery to you will be deemed to have occurred once the packaged, stamped and addressed Artwork is placed with the Royal Mail, or such other carrier as we may use.
2.3 Where you request for delivery other than in accordance with condition 2.1, the gallery shall be under no obligation under section 32 (2) of the Sale of Goods Act 1979.
3.Title and Risk.
Title and risk in the Artwork shall pass to you when LS Galleries has received the payment price for the Artwork in full, in cash or in cleared funds, whether or not delivery has been made. Upon such payment, you will be responsible for the Artwork, the risk of damage to or loss of the Artwork will pass to you and you shall be responsible for insuring the same.
4.Ownership of Copyright
4.1 In accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, copyright in the Artwork shall remain the property of the Artist at all times.
4.2 You may not produce any image of the Artwork and may not, at any time, publish or submit for publication or reproduction of any image of the Artwork to any third party, including any internet website, for any purpose.
4.3 If you breach any of your obligations set out under condition 5.3 you agree that the payment of damages alone may not be a sufficient remedy to compensate LS Galleries or the Artist for any such breach.
4.4 LS Galleries does not accept any liability for damage to the Artwork caused by your own negligence or fault, in particular, but not restricted to, in the maintenance of the Artwork.
5Rights of Third Parties.
No third party shall have any rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 in connection with these Terms and Conditions other than in respect of condition 5 above, which confers a benefit on the Artist and is intended to be enforceable by the Artist.
6Governing Law and Jurisdiction.
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and the parties irrevocably submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. Nothing contained in these Terms and Conditions affects your statutory rights.
Brent Blair – my background:
I have a degree in Fine Art from Kingston, specialised at that time in painting and building environments. In my twenties, I exhibited several times at the Mandela and the Arnhem Galleries in London.
When I first started out, I was lucky enough to work in the film and TV industry in special effects. I have helped create costumes for Starlight Express, transformed people into werewolves with prosthetic makeup and even worked as an animatronics creative on the film ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at Pinewood studios. I was part of a team that built the monster plant’s mechanical vines.
With the film industry’s recession in 1989, I then changed career and eventually established a consultancy in the West End of London that specialised in managing and promoting creative people’s careers in advertising and design. I was the managing director of this business for 18 years, until I recently decided to sell the business to a group of employees and move to Wales.
I have always had a passion for the Brecon Beacons and have finally made the break from London. Having recently moved to this wonderful part of the country, it’s now my aim to use my expertise, combined with my creative background, to actively promote the very best contemporary artists through our three galleries. We will be holding regular group shows and we will be promoting both established artist along with our carefully chosen up and coming talent.