Founded in 2019 the Yellow Edge Gallery is one of Hampshire’s newest contemporary art galleries. It is not a commercial gallery, but instead was set up to provide artists with a space of their own to exhibit, discuss, engage and share their work with an audience.
The Gallery is named after the painting ‘Yellow Edge’ by the American artist Barnett Newman (1905 – 1970). Newman is considered to be one of the major figures of abstract expressionism and one of the foremost of the colour-field painters.
Yellow Edge was completed by Newman in 1968 approximately two years before his death in 1970. It was never exhibited in his lifetime. This is the only painting where Newman covered almost the entire surface in dense black; it is also unusual because he placed the vibrant yellow vertical “zip” at the right edge of the canvas. The painting is acrylic on canvas it is 238 x 193 cm in size and is considered to be his last work.
The Gallery aims to specialise in modern and contemporary works and showcase emerging artists working in a variety of media. Its mission is to exhibit contemporary works by practicing artists, promoting and strengthening the community of artists, and fostering new relationships with fellow artists.
Located in a building over 150 years old, Cranleigh Arts is steeped in history. Having been a school for over a century, the venue reopened in 1985 as a full time arts centre, and since then it has gone from strength to strength. Independently run, with a small core team helped by volunteers, Cranleigh Arts punches considerably above its weight (acts like Ross Noble, Reginald D Hunter & Eric Clapton often grace the stage!). For a wealth of artistic events and exhibitions, you know where to go...
1 High Street
The Denbies Estate, based in Dorking, Surrey, has been family owned and run since 1984. Denbies vineyard was planted in 1986, and since then has become one of the largest wine producers in the UK.
Tel: 01306 876 616
The Lightbox gallery and museum in Woking is one of the most exciting cultural spaces in the South East. Three stunning galleries host a huge range of exhibitions, changing regularly.
The building is also home to Woking's Story, an interactive museum of the town's history. If you are visiting with children you will find plenty to keep them occupied with our hands-on activities and interactive displays. You can also enjoy a coffee and slice of delicious cake or lunch in our canalside Café. Afterwards you can browse for a special gift or memento of your visit in our Gift Shop.
The Lighbox Gallery & Museum
Tel: 01483 737800
The Bourneside Gallery first opened in Gomshall, Surrey in 2011 .
We now have a showroom in North Street, Dorking.
Offering a sought-after collection of ceramics, glass, original limited editioned prints and furniture from the mid 20th century, together with art from selected British printmakers and Surrey Artists plus our popular range of greeting cards and stationery.
If you are interested in viewing other items from our website we will be happy to arrange this, please contact us.
Judy and Pete Hill email: email@example.com 01306889988
No 1 North Street, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1DN
Tel: 01306 889988
The Farnham Pottery is a restored 16th century Victorian factory, we offer a diverse range of creative experiences from traditional and modern ceramics, stoneware and day courses that are designed for the young amateur through to the energised professional. The central space is occupied by our Gallery and Cafe exhibiting a variety of local artists from photography, sculpture, ceramics and textiles and are refreshed each month. The buzzing Cafe itself is open Tuesday - Saturday 9am - 4pm offering tea, coffee and cake, breakfast, brunch and lunch menu. We pride ourselves as a home-from-home for the local creative community and welcome all come and explore.
Quennells Lane, Wrecclesham
The Royal Surrey County Hospital is a 520-bed District General Hospital, located on the fringe of Guildford, run by the Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
This friendly museum in the oldest medieval house in Godalming tells the story of the town and surrounding area.
Discover the art, architecture and gardens of Gertrude Jekyll, Sir Edwin Lutyens and the South West Surrey Arts and Crafts movement, and enjoy the work of local artists and craft workers. The local studies library holds a wealth of information.
109A High Street
Tel: 01483 426 510
Whitehanger, Marley Lane
Tel: 07799 653093