Barewall, Burslem

#6 of 9 in Museums in Stoke-on-Trent
Barewall gallery to view and buy original art, ltd. ed. prints, art and ceramics. Both online and at Barewall in Stoke-on-Trent you have access to art and ceramics by quality collectable artists.

A friendly customer services team are on hand to answer any questions you have about any of the work or the artists. Commissions or private viewings including out of hours viewings are available on request.
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  • Bought two items from shop. One glass / stained glass vase and a sun-catcher. Warm friendly service. Will pop in again. Very good choice of gifts. Thanks.  more »
  • Town that used to be vibrant and very alive now is almost deserted but here is a little ray of hope. Despite years of "regeneration" the town shows little sign of any so goodness knows what the money ...  more »
  • The gallery and shop has a variety of art work including Arthur Berry peices. The staff are friendly and helpful.  more »
  • A brilliant little shop and website to discover talent from North Staffordshire and further afield.
  • The choice of original art and ceramics at Barewall makes it stand out as ultimate destination on the art tourism and ceramic trail for North Staffordshire. With exhibitions that refresh regularly and a wonderful calendar of art events it is a different experience on each visit but always with a warm welcome.
  • There are plenty of galleries which are off-putting and/or pretentious. Barewall is none of these. I was tempted into the shop two years back on the way to a Vale game by a Paine Proffitt painting in the window and have returned many times since. As well as an impressive range of 'current' artists from the area - Jiri Borsky, Rachel Grant to name but two - there are exciting things coming to the surface from the Potteries' rich cultural history - such as the recent surfacing of several pieces by Arthur Berry and the opportunity afforded to me to view other work with historical significance to my hometown - such as that of Norman Cope and John Shelton from Burslem Art School in the '40s. Barewall is breathing new life into Burslem as a result of being run by two people who are passionate about the local culture in which they are immersed.

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