Meet the Team
OBS Gallery is staffed by a team of part time dedicated staff. Emily Glass curates the exhibitions, manages their installation and the accompanying marketing, publicity and education resources. Nicola Masters is the Galley Administrator and manages the staffing of the gallery, liaises with external audiences and ensures the smooth running of the exhibitions. As Gallery Educator Sarah Pointon gives tours of the exhibitions to visiting groups and creates the Gallery Trails for children that accompany each show.
We are lucky to have a great team of Gallery Assistants who have a wide range of skills. These include designing publicity, hanging exhibits and packing precious objects to ensure their safe transportation. Our weekend stewards manage the gallery when it is open to the public and give visitors an insight into the artwork on display. During the week our wonderful team of volunteer stewards enable us to keep the gallery open to the Tonbridge School community and to visiting groups. They have a wide range of interests and experience which they bring to the role.
Emily Glass - Curator
Curator, Art Teacher and Artist, enjoys headstands, hills and horticulture.
Nicola Masters - Administrator
Yarn bombing, porcelain throwing, pedal spinning, mum of three..
Sarah Pointon - Gallery Educator
An ideal day would find me sketching, skiing or singing, though not simultaneously.
Always up for the challenge.
Busy Mum to three daughters and trustee for the Kent Painters Group.
Schnauzer loving bookworm. Likes to travel.
Artist and mother.
In front of her favourite colour, orange, and in one of her favourite places, Tate Modern.
Katherine loves walking, talking and feeding her creative brain.
An Art-passionate bookworm, in ‘creative’ pupae-emerging-stage: Transformation imminent!
Di can be found either painting, on an archaeology dig, or out in her camper van.
I enjoy playing my trombone with, 'Loose Women' and 'Marlings Morris'. I also enjoy gardening with some volunteering at the The Oast Theatre.
Happy to be part of the OBS Gallery project.
Enjoys working with charcoal, enamelling, Danish pastries and reading travel books.
A scientist with an interest in the history of art, particularly from the late 19th century onward.
Enjoys being outdoors and growing vegetables.
Since retiring from teaching Maggie has been painting in various media, and has recently focused on printmaking, working with etching, lino, woodcut and collagraph.