Saffron Art Gallery

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Paul H
Huddersfield, UK1,686 contributions
Two small rooms
Oct 2018 • Couples
Started 1999 but not a lot going on. There are some paintings and nude women small sculptures both are good.
I had a walker and decided to leave the rest of the walking round to my wife as there wasn't room for me and my walker.
Written December 22, 2018
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V563SQpeter
London, UK66 contributions
visit to local modern british art gallery
Sep 2016 • Couples
welcoming and knowledgeable art gallery with a wide range of art catering for most tastes and budget.
Written February 14, 2017
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Kevin L
Battle, UK219 contributions
High street gallery
Dec 2015 • Couples
A great gallery in Battle High street, lots of interesting pieces to discover.

The service by Liz is excellent, advising & helping to choose pieces of Art for my collection
Written April 6, 2016
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Kevin L
Battle, UK219 contributions
Up to date with great pieces/art
Oct 2015 • Couples
Have purchased a couple of bits of art from here.

I love the atmosphere so fresh & welcoming. They have great exhibitions well worth a visit when in Battle.
Written November 23, 2015
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futtock21
London, UK11,091 contributions
Quirky exhibition
Oct 2015 • Solo
Saffron Gallery has been in Battle High Street since 1999. Judging by the quality of the art I saw here today the size of its two small rooms is inversely proportionate to the stature of the work it exhibits. It included quirky sculptures some in bronze by Louise Giblin, mainly of female torsos; evocative lithographs all on a stark white background by Carne Griffiths; works by Guy Portelli, who is Battle Festival's artist in residence, and whose sculptures can be seen in other venues, such as the grounds of St. Mary's church. More unframed works by some of the exhibition artists are stored in browsers. Useful information about the festival and its art trail in particular were available on window shelves.
Written October 28, 2015
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