The Made in Ross collective is based in the beautiful 17th century gallery of the Market House, right in the centre of Ross-on-Wye.
An arts and crafts group, it works to promote local talent - from knitting with metal wire to landscape painting and right now, The Market House is hosting the work of the 14 county artists, all volunteer members of the collective.
A study of Ross-on-Wye by photographer Caz Holbrook, member of Made In Ross.
Formed in May 2015 with the support of the Courtyard in Hereford and Ross Town Council, the arts and crafts collective has established itself physically as an attractive arts venue, as well as a supporter of county craftmakers and professional artists.
Frances Warren with her artwork made from recycled glass.
During h.Art week (September 10-18), the Made in Ross members are collaborating with previous members to exhibit jewellery, silk painting, ceramics, mosaics, driftwood sculptures, Chinese brush painting, landscape acrylics, watercolours, photography, and green wood turning.
Routes (Gesso and acrylic on 300lb cotton paper). By Louise Pilchard.
Louise Pilditch, Made in Ross member, with her work in the background.
This Thursday (Sept 18) members will be running free demonstrations, encouraging visitors to try different techniques themselves.
Made in Ross is open daily from 10am to 4pm and during h.Art week from 10am to 5pm.