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Chroma at Little Buckland Gallery opens tomorrow

31 March 2017 at 22:52

Come and see some stunning art, have a browse and be enchanted.  Soulful paintings, collaborative pieces, beautiful sculpture, jewellery and ceramics ...  "Well worth a visit" .

Brass Monkeys

24 June 2016 at 11:19

Come and invest in some serious art this evening. Could well be a safer option than anything else at the moment. Brass Monkeys Exhibition at Little Buckland Gallery from 5pm this evening


27 May 2016 at 09:52

The Broadway Arts Festival Open Art Competition 2016 opens on 4th June at 10am and runs until the 19th June.  Open daily 10am - 5pm.    

For full details of all the other events at the Festival please visit,


"The most thought provoking exhibition of works which stir the depths of the
soul. Quite incredible the variety of interpretations in so many mediums on the
same theme. So, so many truly gifted artists."

Winners of the Broadway Arts Festival Open Art Competition 2016

16 May 2016 at 15:31

We are delighted to announce the winners of the Broadway Arts Festival Open Art Competition 2016.  The winner of the Main Prize was Caroline Chappell with 'The Waking Path', The local Artist's Prize was won by Rod Ashman with 'Exposed to the Landscape' and the 3D Prize by Emma Clegg with 'Hope'.  The Festival is on from 3-19 June full details and booking at

Registration for 2016 Broadway Arts Festival Open Art Competition

07 October 2015 at 12:07

We are delighted to announce that the 2016 judging panel will be chaired by the eminent artist Professor Ken Howard, OBE, RA.

Up to 200 of the entries will be shown in a prestigious exhibition at Little Buckland Gallery throughout the 2016 festival.

The theme for the competition will be 'Conflict', this should only be adhered to if you find it inspiring.  The competition is open to any artist, in any medium, including photography, sculpture, film and design makers.

Prizes include:

  • JSS Prize £1000 - Sponsored by John Noott Contemporary...

Visitor Comment of the Day

13 April 2015 at 15:06


'I was totally spellbound - one of the most wonderful installations I have ever seen

- almost a meditation - Rothkoesque - but with Julie's own handwriting

A brilliant first few days for Made, unmade and some lovely responses from our visitors

01 April 2015 at 10:13

 'Really fantastic experience today at the Made, Unmade view - it broke right out of the medium and into my senses. The visuals are stunning - felt like I was dreaming - intoxicating colours textures and sounds just overpowering the room. Great stuff.'

Made, Umade with Artist Julie Brook opens this Saturday, 28th, 11am.

26 March 2015 at 12:43

'Nothing like this has been seen in The Cotswolds before', Country Life, March 25th issue

Made, Umade has travelled to Little Buckland Gallery via Dovecot Studios,Edinburgh, the Bonhoga Gallery, Shetland , the Wapping Project, London and Dunoon Burgh Hall.

An altogether more civilised approach to Christmas shopping

16 November 2013 at 15:54

As has become customary with Little Buckland Gallery’s autumn collectives, the exhibition will be complemented, on the final weekend, with a sale of unique and gorgeous artist-made gifts, including glass, jewellery, textiles and ceramics.

There will also be the products of local artisan makers, like Emma Heathcote and her award-winning Little Soap Company, and basketry and willow sculpture from weaver Susan Early, plus locally produced Cotswold Gold Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oils. Although, sadly, there will be no book-signing, this...


05 November 2013 at 16:34

Add some spice for colour and depth

Little Buckland Gallery is offering the perfect antidote to the encroaching nights and colder days, this autumn. Featuring work bursting with colour and contrast, SPICE is a contemporary art exhibition that evokes hotter climes. Explosions of instant heat alongside equally intense, yet slow-burning, works of depth and subtlety will leave you with a warmth that lingers well into winter.

Among the highlights are pieces by printmaker Antonio Romoleroux. This is a rare opportunity to see his work in the UK, work that ...