Alison Bradley's oil paintings, charcoal drawings, and prints capture the essence of Snowdonia, North Wales, and Chester - the majestic landscape of mountains and lakes, the loyal friendship of farmer and sheepdog, the sweeping coastal vistas, and the energy of horse racing at Chester and Bangor-on-Dee Racecourses.
Alison Bradley opened her first art gallery in 2008 in the North Wales village of Betws-y-coed - the Gateway to Snowdonia and home of Britain’s first Artists’ Colony from 1844 to 1914. In 2016, this was joined by her second gallery in the heart of historic Chester City Centre.
In both galleries you will find a selection of Alison’s oil paintings and charcoal drawings. Her subjects cover the landscape of Snowdonia and North Wales, Wirral, the Borders, Chester, Equestrian and Racing, Animals and Rural Life, and the Coast. In addition to her original works we also display a range of reproduction prints and greetings cards.