Reveley Lodge has been linked with the art world for many years and past owner Albert Chewett, a painter, was a pupil of Hubert von Herkomer. The conversion of the old carriage house in our Victorian stables was made possible through a generous private donation and a grant from Hertsmere’s Community Infrastructure Fund.

If you are interested in exhibiting in the Stables Gallery in the future, please email info@reveleylodge.org or phone 0208 950 1017.

13th September – 16th October: Sarah How, mixed media artist

Sarah was born in Wembley in 1973 and spent her early childhood in South Wales, near the sea.  She then returned to live in Middlesex before settling in St Albans, Hertfordshire.

After completing Art Foundation at Ridge Street in Watford, Hertfordshire, Sarah studied at The University of Wolverhampton and was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1996. Since then she has exhibited continually and has had many solo and group shows. Her work has also been sold at The Spring Fair, N.E.C, Birmingham, and The Ideal Home Exhibition in London, and more recently at Obsidian Art in Buckinghamshire and The Antiques for Everyone Exhibition in Birmingham. Her work can also be found in the Wetherspoon Collection.

Sarah gathers her inspiration and ideas from her passion with nature, finding joy in the changing seasons, gardens and the British coastline. 

Her paintings contain a sense of “being there” and often invite the viewer on an exciting journey, to feel a sense of history or sense the spiritual feeling of a place.

www.sarahhowartist.co.uk

@sarahhowartist

 

Gallery opening times

Tuesday-Friday: 09:00-16:00

Saturday: 10:00-16:00

Sunday and Monday: Closed