VISIT THE CAROLE WALLER SHOP to find a collection of painted clothes and silk scarves available to buy now online. We have a SALE on the Current collection right now : Use the discount code sale2020 at the checkout to calculate a 30% discount.
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COMING SOON :
Carole Waller Spring collection ‘ Annunciation’
Christina Romero Cross paintings ‘LIGHTFIELD’
Waller&Wood in Bath is temporarily closed but when things resettle, it’s the place to find the original and distinctive work of Bath artists Carole Waller and Gary Wood. Made in Bath and inspired by Bath, their work reflects the textures and history of this remarkable city. Original handpainted silk clothes and scarves from £55, ceramics and colourful contemporary jewellery in unusual materials from £30.
Carole creates original wearable art; one of a kind pieces of painted clothing, scarves and glass works. Gary’s expertise is painted stoneware and porcelain ceramics; pots for use, wall pieces and sculpture.
Carole’s clothes are unique and collectable and show her fascination with the city; discover images of the Roman Baths, Georgian architecture and quotes from Jane Austen’s comments on clothing in her ‘scarves that tell stories’
The gallery is in the centre of Bath, and is now the exclusive outlet of their work worldwide. Carole’s work is also found at the V&A and other international collections.
‘Whether you are looking for a one of a kind souvenir from our beautiful UNESCO city or a bespoke outfit for a special occasion, please come in and meet us or make an appointment, we would love to have an opportunity to meet you.’
‘If you like unique, innovative well crafted treasures then Waller&Wood is where you will find affordable gifts, beautiful objects and stylish luxuries. It is intimate and friendly and worth seeking out.’ Peter Dickinson – curator and arts advisor in Bath,UK.
Waller&Wood is at 4 Abbey Green, Bath BA11NW – in the old quarter of Bath – close to The Roman Baths and Bath Abbey and 10 minutes walk from Bath Spa Station.