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Current Exhibition


12th April  -  1st May 2019

Kate Lynch, born 1949, began exhibiting whilst working on community mural projects after studying History of Art, then returning later to study art at the University of the West of England.  Immersed in Somerset’s rural history and traditions, her soft atmospheric oils and charcoal drawings document rural working life in Somerset. 

James Meiklejohn, born 1962, studied illustration at Brighton University and traditional painting methods at Heatherley School of Fine Art in Chelsea. Inspired by the history of Hambledon Hill, an Iron Age Hill Fort in North Dorset, Meiklejohn takes this as a starting point for much of his work, often painting animals and birds in the context of the hill. In his own words, ‘The best work is somewhere between what is directly observed and imagination’.

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Forthcoming Exhibitions


1st  -  19th June 2019

Emma Brownjohn, born 1969, after studying at Camberwell College of Arts, worked as an illustrator, muralist and created her own children's books.  Her landscapes and cityscapes have semi-muted backgrounds of pattern and texture punctuated with sparks of colour.

Dee Nickerson, born in rural Norfolk 1957, attended Great Yarmouth College of Art and Design.  After working in textiles and design she returned to the countryside in 1992 and began painting full time. ‘Working mainly in acrylic on paper or board, influenced by my rural environment, interest in fashion, textiles, nature and human life, I try to construct little stories, based on life around me’.

Richard Sorrell, born 1948, paints landscape, still life and portraits from memory and imagination.  Whilst previously specialising in stately home aerial views, Sorrell's dreamy calming imaginary scenes now dominate his work.