JEREMY HOUGHTON – Jeremy Houghton is an internationally acclaimed British visual artist. Working mostly in oils and watercolours his work explores movement, time and space.
One of the most collectable UK artists of his generation, his past commissions include HM The Queen, and in 2013 he was Artist in Residence for HRH The Prince of Wales. His work has been exhibited in some of the world's most prestigious galleries throughout Europe, The USA, South Africa and India.
He was an official artist of the 2012 Olympic Games, and is currently painting in the mews at Windsor Castle at the behest of its owner.
THE GALLERY AT THE GUILD – Attracted by the history of the building and Campden’s excellent reputation throughout the arts and crafts movement, a co-operative of more than twenty artists and artisans moved into the Old Silk Mill bringing a variety of contemporary and traditional craftspeople to the home of The Guild of Handicraft.
The Gallery at the Guild is a cooperative of artists, ceramicists, designers, furniture makers, glass makers, metal workers, photographers, sculptors, stone carvers, textile artists and wood turners. The co-operative promotes its members’ work and provides the public with an opportunity to meet its members, each of whom takes a turn at stewarding the co-operative’s various exhibitions.