The Robert Adams Gallery is open from 10.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday. 

Admission is free.

For more information about exhibiting please contact sara.railson@dacorum.gov.uk

Spring/ Summer 2019

The Repair Shed     The Repair Shed

Turning someone's trash into someone else’s treasure. Decorative, functional or both. Members of the repair shed lovingly create all of these items from reclaimed materials. Keeping older people happier, healthier and active through making mending and learning. We also have the added benefit of keeping unwanted items out of landfill.

Mon 7 Jan – Mon 4 Feb

Please note: the Gallery will be closed between Monday 28th January - Friday 1st February due to essential building works.

Mary Casserley Mary Casserley

Mary’s work revisits a classic era of Railway poster design, recreated in the vibrant tones of 1930’s travel art. The artists who were famous for creating the pre-war advertising travel posters for the Railways have influenced Mary, who particularly admires the work of Norman Wilkinson. Although hand-painted in (water-based) gouache paint, Mary is equally at home with large-scale oil paintings or traditional watercolours.

Mary's views of Berkhamsted and the Chilterns have proved popular, and she plans to capture more local scenes as the interest and commissions for her work continues to grow.

Mon 4 Feb – Mon 11 March

Myths, Legends and Fairy-tales Caroline Foskett

By Caroline Foskett

Come and explore the spring themed characters on display in Caroline Foskett’s intricate pen and ink drawings. Caroline is an artist based in Hemel Hempstead and she aims to bring the subjects of her work to life as much as possible. Her influences include Gustav Klimt, Harry Clarke, Alphonse Mucha and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 

Mon 11 March – Mon 8 Apr

Blank Canvas? Stephen Hill

By Stephen Hill

Stephen Hill, The artist formally known as Hilly… has an exhibition at The Old Town Hall starting on the 8 April 2019.  He’s thinking of calling it ‘Blank Canvas…’ Mainly because he has no idea of the content yet, but can promise it will be all new, it will be left field, visually and mentally surprising and it will raise a smile…

Mon 8 Apr – Mon 13 May

Very Vinyl III - CANCELLED Very Vinyl III

Due to some much needed maintenance of the gallery walls and display panels, this exhibition created by staff here at the theatre has been cancelled.  We are sorry if you were looking forward to seeing our work, but we hope you agree that sometimes maintenance must come first.

Mon 13 May – Mon 29 June