AN ARTIST and jewellery maker have teamed up to launch their own pop-up gallery to display their work.

Contemporary artist Sue Dewhurst and Carol Watson have set up Goosewing Gallery, and will be holding their exhibition of new and old art and jewellery in the Substation room at The Station, Richmond, from Saturday, November 23 to Sunday, December 8.

Having recently moved to a new garden studio, Ms Dewhurst is having a studio sale that represents some of her early work including painted sketches for her bigger Dales’ Barns.

She will also be exhibiting some more recent pieces as well as launching her latest original painting of Richmond.

As well as displaying an established range of jewellery made with silver and semi-precious stone as well as Swarovski crystal, Ms Watson will also be bringing a new range of new pieces that are redesigned, redefined and ready to love again.

Ms Watson said: "While our finished pieces are very different, we share a love of reacting to form and materials in a colourful and contemporary way as well as creating new from old and have thoroughly enjoyed preparing for this event.

"We are also delighted to be exhibiting at such a wonderful venue as The Station, and we would like to thank The Station’s gallery co-ordinator, Jenny Rasbeary, for this opportunity to take over the Substation for a fortnight’s collaboration."

The gallery is open daily from 10am until 4pm, and is located opposite The Angel's Share bakery within The Station.

Currently exhibited at The Station are paintings from Richmond Rotary Club; 'Wild Things' wildlife art by Brian Nunn and Liz Littlefair will be on from Saturday, December 2; and Louise and Rebekah Findley will be exhibiting Echos of Nature paintings from Saturday, November 16.