What’s Your Idea of a Perfect Hill?

A group of six landscape painters from across the Marches bring their ideas of the perfect hill to Ludlow Assembly Rooms in a stunning new exhibition, running until 23 September. The exhibition, entitled ‘Six Artists in Search of the Perfect Hill’ features work inspired by hills within 50 kilometers of Ludlow, and visitors to the exhibition may recognise views of Shropshire’s Corndon Hill, The Black Mountain’s Cat’s Back, and the Worcester Beacon amongst the images.

Artists Helen Arthur, Peter Bishop, Robert Cunning, Richard Gilbert, Bridget MacDonald and Kathryn Moore will be exhibiting together for the first time and their unique interpretations of these familiar wild places will give visitors plenty to contemplate. Stunning photographs of each hill will also be on display from renowned photographer Brian Griffiths, allowing viewers to become fully immersed in the exhibition’s rich landscapes. The exhibition is dedicated to the artist Peter Bishop, and features some of the last work he produced before his death earlier this year.

Entrance to the exhibition is free and runs Monday to Saturday, 10am to 7.30pm. The artwork extends over four floors of The Assembly Rooms with original pictures on display available to purchase from The Ludlow Assembly Rooms Visitor Information Centre.