Welcome To Our Online Shop
With over 40 artists exhibiting in the shop we haven't been able to add everything here online. If you can't find what you're looking for but know of something we stock, do get in touch and we will do our best to get it to you!
Welcome to Hope Cove Gallery,
A veritable chocolate box of fabulous original arts and crafts from the South Hams and its surrounding areas in Devon.
The award winning Gallery is owned by local artist Allie Fredericks and prides itself on displaying sea inspired, creative treasures hand made in Hope Cove.
With over 40 artists and makers exhibiting here, we've got it covered!
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Discover Art In Different Mediums
Discover The People Behind The Art
Hi There! I'm Allie - The owner of this funky little Gallery. I'm a prolific artist of many mediums and mother to my crazy toddler Coral-Coko. I've been running this joint for 10 years now and it still thrills me to see it thriving within our village community here in Hope Cove.
We support local artists and we hope you will too!
So don't be shy! Come and buy!
Allie also has a website called Allie Made This that she sells wonderful things from driftwood including mirrors, collages and much more.
Take a look at her facebook page for recent artwork and offers
Giulia works as a private art teacher creating unique ceramic bowls with woven willow rims, stoneware & porcelain colourful bowls, vases, tiles and mobiles. She develops & runs creative workshops for families and children.
Giulia has a BA (Hons) in Ceramic Design, Dartington Pottery apprenticeship and runs an Arts Council Funded Ceramic Stove Creations (family project) using a traditional wood-firing method in a Downdraft Stovepipe Kiln. She is the Sole Trader of
Exploring new horizons of abstract impressionism in photography, Becci creates images that not only show the different range of colours but also show how the ocean and sky change and develop with the weather that Mother Nature delivers.
Since graduating from West Surrey College of Art and Design (WSCAD), Farnham in the early ‘80’s, Becci became a Design and Technology Teacher, specialising in special needs education.
Life sadly changed forever in April 2012 when Becci’s eldest son, Josh, was tragically killed in a car crash. Her artwork has since become a huge source of therapy and healing.
“Losing Josh made life very dark for quite some time and in 2016 I realised I needed some colour back into my life. I find so much solace being by the sea with its unique, ever changing colours and this is now reflected in my work”