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Alison Bradley opened her first 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, Alison opened her second gallery in the heart of historic Chester City Centre.

In both galleries you will find the full range of Alison’s oil paintings and charcoal drawings. Her subjects cover the landscape of Snowdonia and North Wales, Wirral, the Borders, Chester, Coastal Scenes, Animals and Rural Life, Equestrian, and Still Life. In addition to her original works we also display a range of digital reproduction prints and greetings cards.

Picture framing is all carried out in house, and we offer the service for your own pictures as well as Alison’s work. We have a wide selection of wooden frame mouldings including some of the very finest premium mouldings from Spain and Italy, and swept frames handmade in the UK. Our speciality is hand finished solid oak frames, and we have growing range of oak mouldings of our own design, exclusively available at Alison Bradley Gallery. Alison’s pictures are all mounted in pure cotton board, giving the highest quality finish and maximum protection to the artwork, and we now only use the highest quality specialist art glass for glazed pictures.

We have made an ongoing commitment to support the charity Help for Heroes, and we do this by fundraising, supporting events, raising awareness, and occasionally providing practical help like art workshops. It is a privilege to give a little back to those who have given so much.

Both galleries are open every day, please call in for a browse or to discuss your requirements.

The essence of Snowdonia, North Wales, and Chester

Late Afternoon, Llyn Llydaw

“Alison delicately captures a moment in time, the light dancing across its subject. Whatever appears on the canvas - mountain, coastline, bustling street, or a farmer and his dog - Alison’s real subject is the light.”