Artizan Gallery

Artizan Gallery benefits from three beautiful display spaces which are available to hire for solo shows and group exhibitions.

The Main Gallery has been running since 2014 when Artizan first opened its doors and has played host to nearly 100 artists to date. Its signature blue floorboards make it a soft and welcoming space, and large front windows flood it with natural light whilst offering a valuable shop front display area. With around 17.5m of wall space, this is the perfect venue to host a retrospective, display an expansive series, or house a small group show.

In 2017 we launched two new spaces. The Garden Gallery was previously a café but at the end of 2016 we took the choice to remove the chairs and tables and renovate this, creating a new exhibition space. With 14m of hanging area, large rear facing window and access onto our small courtyard, this is a charming space suited to any level of artist.

Finally, our Basement Gallery first launched in 2017 but has undergone various developments throughout the year. The space offers extensive display space for 3D works and is targeted at artists and creatives looking to exhibit sculptural works, ceramics and pottery.

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Upcoming events

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    Fragile Earth

      Artizan Gallery  |    Exhibition  |    14/05/2022 to 04/06/2022

    Artizan Gallery welcomes artist Sally Baldwin to show her ongoing body of work, Fragile Earth, in their Basement Gallery as they enter their Summer season of exhibitions.

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    Gaps – Spain 2019

      Artizan Gallery  |    Exhibition  |    14/05/2022 to 04/06/2022

    Artizan Gallery welcomes South West Academician, Robert Mountjoy to show a body of work completed following a trip he made to Spain in 2019.

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    Paean to the Sea

      Artizan Gallery  |    Exhibition  |    14/05/2022 to 04/06/2022

    Katie Jamieson’s exhibition Paean to the Sea comes to Artizan Gallery as part of their 2022 Bursary programme.

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