Channel Islands

Sark Glass,
Take Two,


Old Fore Street,


Coastal Creatives
103 Southbourne Grove,


Bell Fine Art,

67b Parchment Street,


Stark Gallery,
68 Castle Street,


Store Street Gallery
32 Store Street,


Grapevine Gallery,
109 Unthank Road,

Grapevine Gallery,
Overy Road
Burnham Market


Serena Hall Gallery
16 Queen Street,

Sea Pictures Gallery,
Well Lane, Clare,
CO10 8NH


Bourneside Gallery
No 1 North Street, Dorking, Surrey
RH4 1DN,

Clandon Pottery,
Cherry Cottage,
Back Lane,
East Clandon

Guildford House Gallery
155, The High Street, Guildford

Lemonade Lane
11 Linkfield Corner

The Art Shed
The Medicine Garden
Downside Road,
Cobham, Surrey
KT11 3LU


Oriel Ceri Richards
University of Swansea,
Singleton Park,


Bluestone Gallery,
8 Old Swan Yard,


Surrey Artists
Open Studios

Surrey Artists
Surrey Artists Online

Craftsman Magazine
Craftsman Online gallery

Online Gallery

Other Links

Brown Hen

Prior’s Field School, Surrey
4th – 18th April

The indoor venue is the lofty and spacious theatre designed in keeping with the “Arts and Crafts” design of the original buildings by Vosey. Stage lighting is in place so the art will be well lit and there is also the benefit of natural light. The arrangement of the purpose designed display boards means that visitors will be provided with wide vistas as they enter. The combination of paintings, ceramics, photography, glasswork and sculptures is a characteristic of AppArt’s Exhibitions and many commented that last year’s was the best collection of work that AppArt had shown so far.

Outside the Gertrude Jekyll inspired garden is an ideal setting for the larger sculptures that will be carefully sited to ensure the best combination of the art with the attractive gardens.

Prior’s Field School, Godlaming,
Surrey, GU7 2RH.


Spiral Bird Bath

Birtley House Sculpture Garden 2015
Bramley, Surrey
1st- 31st May

The stunning and peaceful grounds of Birtley House provide a glorious backdrop for the exhibits in our annual sculpture exhibition in May. The Sculpture Garden is probably the largest temporary exhibition in Surrey, possibly the South-East, in terms of the the number of exhibits.
The exhibition attracts both up-and-coming local artists as well as those who are internationally renowned. Showcasing sculpture in a wide variety of media and styles, this varied exhibition is of interest to all the family.

  1. Saturday 2nd May - Sunday 31st May
  2. Open daily 11am - 5pm   
  3. Entrance: Free 
  4. Children's Quiz
  5. Dogs on leads welcome
  6. Most areas suitable for wheelchairs
  7. Refreshments daily: 11am - 5pm

Further details:
01483 899513 or



Riverhouse Arts Centre
Walton on Thames
23 July – 17 August

The Robert Phillips Gallery is situated at Riverhouse Arts Centre in Walton on Thames, overlooking the river. The Gallery is a beautiful light purpose built space with vaulted ceilings. There is a Cafe in the arts centre open during Gallery opening hours serving coffee, cake and lunches. There is disabled access and parking onsite.

Mon – Sat 10am – 4pm
Sun 11am – 4pm
Tel: 01932 254198

Manor Road,
Walton on Thames, KT12 2PF


Surrey Sculpture Trail
RHS Wisley
22 August – 27 September

This will be the Surrey Sculpture Society's 17th year at RHS Garden Wisley when I will once more be delighted to be showing a sculpture in this wonderful garden. Come and see us and have a chance to talk with the sculptors about the work displayed. There is no additional charge for the Trail once inside the garden. This is one of our most exciting Trails showing work of exceptional standard.

Visitors can also take advantage of seeing both the Trail and the Wisley Flower Show – visit Wisley's website address below for more information.  Additional facilities at RHS Garden Wisley include a gift shop, plant centre, restaurant and cafes.

The Garden opens at 10am on weekdays, 9am at weekends and Bank Holidays. The garden closes at 6pm, last entry time 5pm. By road: 20 miles SW of London, on the A3, junction 10 of the M25. Follow the tourist attraction brown flower symbol on signposts. By rail: from London Waterloo to West Byfleet or Woking. Parking is free at the garden.

RHS Members: FREE.  Adult: £11.55 (including gift aid), £10.50 (excluding gift aid). Child (5 – 16 years): £4.95 (including gift aid), £4.50 (excluding gift aid). Children (4 years and under): FREE. Group (10+ adults): £9.50 per person when booked and paid for 7 days in advance.

Wisley, Woking, GU23 6QB

Mon – Fri 10am – 6pm
Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays 9am – 6pm

Tel: 0845 260 9000

High Seas

Landmark Arts Centre
31 October and 1 November

The Landmark Arts Centre is a Registered Charity and a creative resource for the whole community in south west London. 2015 sees the Landmark's 20th birthday. Since 1995 the former St Alban's church has been transformed into a thriving arts centre, set up by the community and has since served it though an innovative and diverse range of creative events. The Art Fairs have evolved over the years to become a valuable showcase of high quality art, shown by international and local artists. 2010 saw the opening of the Landmark Gallery which furthered the Landmark's remit, giving artists the chance of exhibiting art work for longer periods that the art fairs allowed. It shows high quality Fine Art all year round.

Ferry Road, Teddington, TW11 9NN

Sat & Sun 10am – 6pm
Tel: 010 8977 7558


Recent Exhibitions

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