Cecilia Colman GalleryAddress: 67 St Johnís Wood High Street, London, UK, NW8 7NL. View Map
Email: Web-site: www.ceciliacolmangallery.com
Telephone: +44 (0)2077 220686
Fax: +44 (0)02077 220686
Contact: Cecilia Colman
Open: Monday to Friday 10.00 to 17.30, Saturday 14.00 to 17.00, Closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Last updated: 2012-09-16
A view of the Gallery
Exhibitions/Events at this Gallery
- Anmals, Birds and Fish with ceramics - November 06, 2013 - January 31, 2014
Potters at this GalleryBen Arnup, Frances Baruch, Josse Davis, Virginia Dowe, Sue Dyer, Sotis Filippides, Tony Foard, Adam Frew, Tim Gee, Carolyn Genders, Barry Guppy (1937-2013), Charmaine Haines, Sue Hanna, Wendy Hoare, Anne Marie Marshall, Helen Martino, Jon Middlemiss, Kevin Andrew Morris, Annie Peaker, Amanda Popham, Marie Prett, Ingrid Saag, Tegan Sessions, Alice Shepherd, Laurence Simon, Elizabeth Smith, Angie Thirkell, Camilla Ward, David White (1934-2011), Kate Wickham, Richard Wilson
About the Gallery
Specialists in modern glass, studio ceramics, bronze, wood, mirrors, perfume bottles, and contemporary jewellery in precious and non precious metals
The Cecilia Colman Gallery began its successful life December 1977 in what was then a sleepy high Street in St. Johns Wood, North West London. Today, the High Street is a bustling cosmopolitan centre with the Cecilia Colman Gallery one of the few shops still remaining from the 1970's.
The Cecilia Colman Gallery specialises in unique, hand made modern glass and ceramics as well as unusual and exquisite pieces crafted from metal and wood. The gallery also boasts beautifully delicate jewellery and silverware in precious and non-precious metals. Through her discerning eye and the solid relationships she has formed with some of the most talented contemporary artists and designers around Britain, Cecilia Colman selects pieces of the highest quality. She is also renowned for her strong support for the new upcoming artists and this is reflected in the diversity of the work on sale.
After such a long time in the business, the Cecilia Colman Gallery has established a following and patronage within the area and beyond. Many of its clients see the gallery as an oasis of tranquillity and good taste. Once inside, customers are intrigued and inspired by the evocative colours and shapes of the art, ceramics and jewellery that are truly a feast for the eyes.