The Beryl Dean Gallery at Bucks County Museum


Art Gallery at Bucks County Museum

One of the Art Galleries at Bucks County Museum

The Embroiderers' Guild collection is currently stored at the Bucks County Museum Resource Centre in Halton, Bucks. The Embroiderers' Guild Beryl Dean Gallery within the museum is now open to visitors with a permanent display of some of the Collection's important pieces.

The Beautiful Stitch

Come along and see some of the treasures we hold within our wonderful textile collection.

On display at the Bucks County Museum at the beginning of 2019 was a dazzling display of some of the 100 Hearts made by our members. The Curator at Bucks County Museum who mounted the exhibition, Will Phillips, told us that it had been very well received and visitors are truly amazed at the wonderful work on display.

100 Hearts exhibition at Bucks County Museum

The display in the Beryl Dean Gallery will change from time to time so that many pieces from the Collection may be exhibited. The Gallery will be available to Guild Members, Branches and the general public during normal Museum opening hours. There is no charge to visit the Beryl Dean Gallery and the other galleries and featured exhibitions within the museum.

Resource Centre at Halton

Some of the items stored at the Bucks County Resource Centre at Halton

Guild Visits to Bucks County Museum and the Museum Resource Centre at Halton

If Embroiderers' Guild branches wish to visit both the Museum and the Resource centre to see other items from the Embroiderers' Guild Collection, the Guild Folios and browse the 2000-book library, they will find a combined visit to the gallery and resource centre extremely worthwhile.

Please login as a member to see more information on visiting Bucks County Museum and the Resource Centre under the News for Members section and how to book a visit.

News for Members

We are now taking bookings for branch visits which will take place on a Wednesday - the dates available are 12th June 2019 and 10th July 2019.

 
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