Spotlight on Heart Gallery In Hebden Bridge

Heart Gallery

Heart Gallery is located in the heart of Hebden Bridge on Market Street, a gem occupying a former Baptist Chapel in its own grounds.  Alison Bartram owner of Heart Gallery has lovingly restored the building and is proud to be celebrating 10 years on Market Street.

The Heart Gallery along with the rest of Market street faced the worst when the devastating floods of Boxing Day 2015 swept through the town leaving a path of destruction. Heart Gallery has in fact survived four floods and will not be defeated. After six hard months of flood restoration, Alison opened for business again in June.  A fabulous new look gallery complete with a huge bobbing wheel and needle at the entrance, to demonstrate that Heart Gallery is stitched back together.

Heart Gallery

Heart Gallery is passionate about all things beautiful and sells the very best of British including fine art, inspirational contemporary jewellery and engaging craft by around ninety emerging and established UK based designers and makers, with quality and originality guaranteed.

Heart Gallery News

We just had to join Watermark, it’s invaluable not just for Heart Gallery but for the whole of Calderdale moving forwards

Heart Gallery was one of the first businesses to join Watermark and start supporting the fund, each of the five Watermark products have been carefully chosen with each one having a special message from Hebden Bridge.

‘The Mighty Calder Valley’ by Pippa Dyrlaga, a papercut celebrating the amazing place we live, and the people who live and visit here.

The Mighty Calder Valley

‘Hebden Spirit’ Apothecary Bottle by Andy Poplar, faced with the worst floods to date the Hebden spirit will not be dampened.

Hebden Spirit Apothecary Bottle

A set of 6 Postcards beautifully designed by artist Julia Ogden, send a piece of kindness out from Hebden Bridge to your friends near and far.

Julia Ogden postcards

Everlasting terrarium in a teapot by Isobel Cortese, named Strong Tea after the beverage that kept us all going after Boxing Day 2015.

Isobel Cortese Strong Tea (1)

‘Strong Again’ is a limited edition screenprint by artist Julia Ogden, ‘after the rain the people came and we became strong again’

Strong Again

After experiencing first hand the devastation of the Boxing Day 2015 floods we would like to do all we can to help support the great Watermark Fund Campaign. Many of the businesses and homeowners in Hebden Bridge, myself included, don’t have flood insurance so this scheme will help us all