The Hayloft Gallery. 14 Wick Lane, Christchurch Dorset. Is to be found in the heart of Christchurch. It can be hired by individuals and groups for their own exhibition. Fixtures and fittings are available to suit most requirements. Membership is required, but at a reasonable cost, not prohibitive. For more information email: email@example.com or Tel: 01202 479000 or 01202 568444
A wonderful variety of mixed media paintings, photography and crafts, something to suit everyone, especially for Christmas.
Open every day until the 17th December, after which Gallery closes until 2nd February
September 22 – October 12
PAINT, TEXTURE AND LIGHT
Original Paintings, Textiles presented by Susan Knights, Jeanette Law, Linda Patterson, Brenda Weeks, Pip Muddell. Joined by Helen Healey with her beautiful and unique Designed Jewellery
Open Daily 10am to 5pm
August 18 – 31
This is a first visit by local artists Paul Dolman to the Hayloft Gallery. His fine art painting are of landscapes in Oil and Mixed Media.
Paul has a studio on Avon Beach, Mudeford where visitors can see him painting. He also works on large scale pieces at his West Moors Studio.
July 21 – August 3
WORDS AND DEEDS
Deborah and David Robinson present a exhibition of Paintings, Etchings, 3D Pieces, Photography, Prints, Needlefelting and Jewellery. http://www.moontree.org.uk
June 30 July 20
THE RETURN OF FLYING FINGERS
Three artists each on an individual journey exploring various themes, ideas and methods, brought together through shared journeys in printmaking.
Catherine Anne Pitchford, Patrick Whitehead and Diane Roberts
May 19 – June 1
THE 2nd ‘SPRING INTO SUMMER’
The exhibition brings together four artists:
Deb Eblund of Bubble Trouble Hand Blown Glass & Sculpture – www.bubble-trouble.co.uk
Myra Barter Unique Hndbags. – www.myrahandbags.com
Helen Drinkwater – Landscape and Wildlife Photography. – www.henhousephotography.co.uk
Vivien Graham Knitwear. – www.viviengraham.co.uk
April 28 – May 18
HENGIST AT THE HAYLOFT
Members of the Hengist Art Society will be exhibiting their paintings at the Hayloft Gallery for the first time as a group. A collection of original mixed media will be on display with artists in the gallery to discuss the works. Feel free to browse. OPEN 10 – 4 Daily
This exhibition features works from a number of artists who are exhibition at the Hayloft for the first time, including abstract art and sculptures. Wire work animal models, ceramics and beautiful wooden hand made boxes and cases. Also showing silver and crystal jewellery with hand worked silk and felt scarves, photography, textile art and original paintings.
Feb 17 – 23 2017
JO THARBY- HAMMOND
Welcome to an exhibition of original paintings and crafts by two like-minded but contrasting artists. The paintings are in acrylics, oils or mixed media portraying the different aspects of sea and landscapes, animals with attitude and abstract subjects.
Handcrafted greeting cards, jewellery and lapidary items are designed and locally made.
Open daily 10am to 4pm
Feb 10 – 16 2017
Original Contemporary paintings by well known local artist Jill Clark, specialising in abstract scenes. She will be joined by other artists in the exhibition’
There will also be inventive and interesting jewellerey and originally designed silk scarves. – OPEN 10 -4 Daily
Nov 26 – Dec 22
A CRACKER OF A CHRISTMAS
Our Christmas Collective from a diversity of artists.
For the original but affordable Christmas gifts, if you are looking for that something different, the HAYLOFT is the place to shop.
OPEN daily 10am – 4pm
Hayloft gallery ready for opening Friday, took longer than we thought, spent too long chatting to those of us who not been together for a while. Some fantastic new pots from Dudley Smith and some wonderful new paintings from Andrew Ramsey, and chocolates from Silvia Day not to mention bottle top fabric Christmas trees from Liz Westall!!
I am putting on this exhibition to show off my late mother’s (Iris Hughes) talent as an embroiderer on the recommendation of one of her City & Guilds tutors, Yvonne Morton. My mother had been a member of the Bournemouth Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild until her death in 1990.
I am selling her work with all money going to the Royal Marsden Hospital.
I (Wendy Harvey) love textiles and dabble in all kinds of stitching. I have knitted for Kaffe Fassett, Brandon Mably, Edina Ronay, and have designed and knitted for Stella McCartney. I like to combine some of my embroidery with my photography, another of my hobbies. I am a member of the Christchurch Branch of West Country Embroiderers, the Embroiderers’ Guild and CADARTs.
Jane, my elder daughter, worked in a small pottery in East Sussex for seven years before going to university in Cardiff (UWIC) where she gained a first class BA Honours in Ceramics. Since then she has had her own studios and supplied galleries in the U.K. and Sweden. Her lamps and other pieces are inspired mainly by natural forms, from microscopic pollen grains to planets.
My younger daughter Frances, a Bournemouth University graduate, has always had an interest in crafts, including knitting, lacemaking and sewing. She works in film, but fits in sewing whenever she can. She has just returned from a few months in Norway, where she made up for her lack of a sewing machine by hand sewing and patchworking items that will be on sale.
Sep 9 – 22
PAPER AND PAINT
Pam and Brian Wadie. Photographic Prints and Hand Painted Ceramics.
Watercolours (birds) and wood. Original paintings, prints and cards
Paintings by Jeanette Law, Linda Patterson and Susan Knights. Textiles by Brenda Weeks and Pip Muddell. Jewellery by Marion Wall.
My love affair with art began over eight years ago when I was on top of Table Mountain, South Africa. I was so completely over-awed by the magnificent view of Cape Town and Lion Mountain that I started to sketch on a scrap of paper and never looked back.
I found a tutor where I was living in Peitermaritzburg and another when I eventually returned to Scotland — A Master of Fine Arts at Edinburgh University. When I was in India I was able to work with Subodh Kerkar in Goa. He is a well known installation artist with galleries in Mumbai, Calcutta and Goa.
June 17 – 30
THE FLYING FINGERS
of Local artists and Crafts People will be holding an EXHIBITION AND SALES OF THEIR WORK featuring Cards, Jewellery, paintings, textiles, wood-turning, hand woven goods and so much more.
May 20 – 26
The Growth of Still Life – My view of Pottery by AREK NOWICKI
This is the first time that Arek has exhibited his wonderful unique pottery at the Hayloft. A must see exhibition.
For more information visit his web site www.areknowickipottery.co.uk
May 6 – 19
SPRING INTO SUMMER
Deb Edlund, 3D Art Designer. Glass & stone www.bubble-trouble.co.uk
Myra Barter, —Handbags, www.myrashandbags.com
Helen Drinkwater, Photography www.henhousephotography.co.uk
Oct 14 – Dec 22
A MAGICAL CHRISTMAS AT THE HAYLOFT
A wonderland of arts and crafts. All original works from local artists, paintings, photography, textiles, Jewellery, ceramics, cards and so much more. Visit the Hayloft for the special Christmas gift and meet some of the artists
Oct 9 – 29
PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES
Original Paintings by Susan Knights and Linda Patterson. Exquisite Textiles by Brenda Weeks, Exclusive Millinery from Pip Muddell, Hand Made Jewellery by Marion Wall and ceramics including orchid pots from Louise Pull.
September 25 – October 8
DIVERSIFIVE THE SEQUEL
Art, Sculpture, Jewellery, Knitwear, stained Glass, Fused Galss, Dorset Buttons and Textiles. By Debbie Packer, Chris Davies, Andrew Ramsey. Liz Westall and Jill Rogers.
September 18 -24
An exciting mix of locally produced art and craft including photography and digital art, ceramics, jewellery and textiles. By Sarah Harris, Julia Carpenter, Louise Allen, Rita Hall and Frances Fortescue
August 7 – September 3
AN AUGUST ASSORTMENT
A variety of Arts & Crafts, including original paintings, Textiles, ceramics, cards and so much more.
Visit the Hayloft for an exciting show and meet some of the exhibiting artists.
July 24 – August 6
TELLING STORIES (AGAIN)
David and Deborah Robinson live in South Hampshire, between the forest and the sea, and tell stories in words and images.
Paintings, 3D Installations, Prints & Etchings.
July 17 – 23
BOHO CHIC KNITS by ANNETTE WRIGHT
Annettes first solo exhibition of Hand & Machine Knitted garments. Fashion for all. Ladies, gents, children and babies.
Two friends will be accompanying Annette. Ann with hand made crystal jewellery. Pam with children’s knitwear.
Basic demonstrations on a knitting machine.
For further information contact Annette 01425 838201