Woodhayes Art Gallery

Woodhayes Gallery provides artists and makers with a purpose-built, contemporary gallery for hire in an inspiring, rural setting. It offers 200m2 of picture-hanging space, featuring the latest hanging systems and integrated gallery lighting.

The gallery offers a flexible range of spaces to suit large exhibitions and a smaller break-out space ideal for workshops. A large atrium provides ceiling hanging space for mobiles and floor to ceiling views of the surrounding hills. Outside, landscaped terraces are ideal for displaying sculpture against the backdrop of the Blackdown Hills.

Greg & Fiona Page-Turner offer a friendly service, tailoring exhibition and workshop packages to meet your individual requirements. Greg, a former senior art specialist at Christies, has been in the Fine Art world for three decades. Fiona has extensive marketing experience including exhibition marketing & PR at an award-winning contemporary gallery.

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Opening hours

Monday - Friday 10-5pm

Address

The Dutch Barn
Woodhayes
Honiton
Devon EX14 4TP

01404 46800
[email protected]
www.woodhayes.co.uk

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Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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