The Staffordshire Artists & Makers Cooperative support local artists by offering it's first floor exhibition area on a monthly basis, at a nominal charge.

If you would like to take this opportunity to exhibit your work please drop in and pick up an application form. Give Gallery at 12 a call on 01785 850757. Places be aware dates are limited.

Our rental agreement is located at the bottom of this page . . .
March 2015
Mixed Media
by Tom Hackney

May 2015
by Angela Smith

April 2015
Mixed Media
by Wayne Tomlinson

June 2015
by Noel Bennett

June 2015
by Pom Fuller

August 2015
Papier Mache
by Tina Paramore

September 2015
Textiles by Jo Hill

October 2015
Textile Creations
by Louise Spenser

November 2015
Paintings by Craig Sumner

1st December 2015 - mid January 2016
by Michael Wheeley

April 2016
Ceramics  by Jo Hearn

May 16 to June 17 2016
Paper Making & Flower Pressings 
by Sally Hadley

June 18th - 24th 
Young Rotary Art Exhibition


The display will be showing all the talented winners who entred the
Rotary Young Artists Competition, 
which took place earlier this year.

August 2016 
Mr Hooker - Painter

September 2016 
Helen Cartlidge - Painter
October 2016 
Angela Smith - Jeweller

t: 07813 578094

e: chrissiebennett@gmail.com

w: www.christinabennettartist.co.uk

November 2016 
Christina Bennett - Pastel Artist

January 2017 
Paintings by Pom Fuller

March 2017
Papier Mache by Tina Paramore

April 2017
Textiles by Jo Hill


Last month's exhibition was by a visiting artist, Ron Satterthwaite.
Ron is a self taught artist living in Codsall near Wolverhampton. He paints portraits, landscapes and life studies, but his overriding passion is portraiture.
In the early nineties he had a series of one man exhibitions at Walsall, Wednesbury and Wolverhampton art galleries and since then a series of smaller shows around the region, as well as a couple of group exhibitions. 

April 2019
Ceramics & Paintings by 
Malcolm Carr & Mark Harris
Previous exhibitions . . .

Rental Agreement for Individual Artists Holding Exhibitions at the Gallery.


The end bay in the upper gallery at Galleryat12 is available, at the discretion of the members, for individual artists or small groups to rent. The upper gallery is about 30ft long by 12ft wide with a barrel roof which reduces ceiling height in some areas to 5ft at one side. The end bay is 10ft long by 12ft wide and is suitable for displaying both wall hung, plinth mounted and free standing items

Promoting and advertising the exhibition.

It is a condition of hiring the venue that the hirer:

(The launch party need only be a simple affair with a few drinks and snack food made available. See also ‘Facilities available’.)  The cost of this is to be borne by the individual or group. 

Members of the gallery staff will be on hand during the launch to handle sales.

Facilities Available.

The upper gallery has daylight quality lighting and a number of 13amp outlets.

The gallery uses Perlon hanging systems. All wall hung items should therefore be provided with cord hanging systems. Individual wall hung items should not exceed 5kg in weight. If in doubt please contact the gallery to discuss.

The gallery has a range of lockable cabinets and plinths for display. Please discuss your needs before booking. Hirers are welcome to bring their own plinths but these must be plain white.

The gallery can accept customer payments by cash, cheque, debit or credit cards. See Charges for details. 

Glasses, plates and serving tables are available as part of the package.

The gallery has the use of kitchen and toilet facilities for the use of hirers and guests.

A small storage area is available for packaging materials and for replacement items.

More space may be available by negotiation.

February 2019
Pastels by Vanessa Timmis

March 2019
Paintings by Ron Satterthwaite

May 2019
Work by G@12 members on the subject of 10.
Can you spot the 10's?
July 2019
Freda Harris - Artist
June 2019
Work by Edward Mckenzie - "Friesian Composition"

Born in Newton-le- Willows, Lancashire  I studied art at A-Level and continued studying art during Teacher Training at Alsager until spending many happy years as a Primary school teacher. This commitment, my involvement in hockey at Cannock and the raising my two sons took all my time. Though I did study part time with Arthur Berry at Burslem helping maintain  my interest in art.
Upon taking early retirement I began painting and producing pictures, while learning and experimenting with different art techniques, which became a serious pastime. 
I work in watercolour, acrylics, pastel, oils, mixed media and, in the last 4 years, fabric as well using an embellishing machine to “paint pictures with fabric”. These embellishments I have used to create pictures, cards and pendants.
I am inspired by my surroundings, wherever they may be, and am fascinated by changing weather and   painting an adventure, exciting, experimental and surprisingly rewarding.”
I draw my inspiration from the environment—from Cannock Chase and my love of the coastal regions of Pembrokeshire and Northumberland and inland Devon.
I have a studio and gallery in my home in Little Haywood. 

I also run Embellishing workshops, If interested please take a leaflet or check out my Facebook page,  or website. The ideal is:  you find 2 or more friends (up to a maximum of 6), contact me and we arrange a convenient time and date for the workshop. It is relaxing and fun.   

Phone: 07456 032317
e-mail:  fred.harris2@ntlworld.com
website: www.hawkesmoregallery.co.uk

August 2019
Work by the children of Donna Louise Hospice. 
Sponsored by James Du Pavey.