Maelor Stores

Work donated by artists who have completed residencies at Maelor

Artists who do residencies at Stiwdio Maelor often leave work for Maelor to sell.  50% of the sale price goes towards the running of Maelor and the other 50% goes towards the artist so they can come back and complete another residency and make more wonderful work. By purchasing a work you will support the artists to be able to come back to Maelor and help Maelor to continue to host artists … as well as enjoying a beautiful work in your own home..

I am happy to post anywhere in the world and all purchases will receive a free set of Stiwdio Maelor postcards. Email stiwdiomaelor@gmail.com when you fall in love with a work.

The most recently donated work is by Ceri Pritchard:

Ceri Pritchard Extistence III, size 26×19.5cm. It comes in a deep blue frame – size 36×30 Price £350 plus postage

Stiwdio Maelor’s collection

All art work on this page has been donated by artists to support the artist in residence program at Stiwdio Maelor. When a work is sold the artist is invited back to complete another residency at a discounted rate. Any remaining profits from the sale of artworks goes towards maintaining the project and the building.

We are currently in the process of uploading Stiwdio Maelor’s collection. Find further images and information about each artist and their works in the artist residency page.

If you wish to get in touch about the works or to purchase email: stiwdiomaelor@gmail.com

Made in Corris Postcard collection | A6 postcards, £5 for set

We have created our first set of postcards featuring artists who have been to Maelor. These are available for purchase in packs of five for £5 (postage included within the UK). Artists featured in this series are Linda Barlow, Angelica ClarkMichele Loa Kum Cheung,  Martha Orbach, and Veronica Calarco. The original works are also available for sale.

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