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Located in a stunning barn just outside picturesque Stockbridge, the gallery is a light, airy, sizeable space, which allows art work to be enjoyed in a relaxed and professional environment. Specialising in beautiful original paintings, sculptures, ceramics and furniture, the gallery showcases work from both established acclaimed artists as well as from exciting, new emerging talent. Featuring an ever-changing portfolio of artwork across a broad variety of styles, genres and media, the gallery
represents work from over 60 artists with plenty to suit all tastes and budgets.

A series of exhibitions runs throughout the year, each one bringing the rare opportunity to enjoy over 400 unique paintings all under one roof. Nadia Waterfield, an artist herself, is mindful of keeping this impressive collection fresh, vibrant and relevant and spends a great deal of time handpicking art to exhibit from around the UK and abroad.

The gallery is beautifully appointed with stylish rugs, lamps, tables and chairs – also for sale – which provide a warm, intimate backdrop to the paintings, sculptures and ceramics. There’s a coffee area to relax in, plenty of parking and lovely dog walks in the stunning environs. The gallery is open throughout the year every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and by appointment.

Throughout the year there is also an inspiring programme of art lectures, talks and workshops held at the gallery – it is a creative and inviting space which draws in lovers of all things art related.

  • Longstock Park Nursery, SO20 6EH – farm shop and café – half a mile from the gallery
    The plant nursery has incredibly knowledgeable and helpful staff, and the shop sells wonderful local produce and presents . Great for breakfast, a light lunch or tea.
  • Winchester Cathedral, (15 mins)
    An historic cathedral whose foundations date from the 7th century. The medieval Gothic cathedral, as it is seen today, dates from between the 11th to the early 16th century. In the crypt is Sound II a sculpture by Antony Gormley, often partially submerged as the crypt floods during rainy months.
    http://www.winchester-cathedral.org.uk/
  • ‘Horse and Rider’, Elisabeth Frink, (1974), Winchester High Street
  • The Great Hall, Castle Avenue, Winchester (15 mins)
    The historic 13th century Great Hall is all that is left of the Winchester Castle, built by William the Conquerer and displays the mythological Round Table of King Arthur.
  • New Art Centre, Roche Court, Wiltshire (15 mins)
    A beautiful sculpture park and gallery, showing works by Antony Gormley, Nathan Coley, and Barbara Hepworth, among others.
    http://sculpture.uk.com/
  • Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Laverstoke Mill, Laverstoke (15 mins)
    The Bombay Sapphire Distillery is housed in an 18th century paper mill, with beautiful glasshouses destined by the Heatherwick Studio at the heart of the buildings. Make sure to book.
    http://distillery.bombaysapphire.com/
  • Mottisfont Abbey (10 mins)
    National Trust site with beautiful gardens.
    https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/mottisfont