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Atherton Green Art - WINTER SHOW 2022

Be the first to see our Winter Collection

We are so excited about our Winter show which starts this week in association with Surrey Artists Open Studios. The show commences on 26th November and is running everyday until 11th December. We have a fantastic new selection of art from our core group of artists as well as work by new artists, which includes fabulous paintings, sculptures and ceramics. Join us for an evening of drinks, canapés and awe inspiring art. We will be hosting a private view on the Friday 26th November 5pm – 8pm before our official opening on Saturday 26th November 2022. Be the first to see our Winter collection.

We are open 11am – 4pm everyday for the duration of the show, commencing on the 26th November 2022. Join us for Christmas Drinks and Mince pies on Sundays during the show period!  If would like to visit the gallery, we are always open by appointment so please phone Sue on +44 (0) 7890 098 036 or email  

See our Winter Show Catalogue here

Click here for event information.

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Atherton Green Art

creating vibrant contemporary collections

Click here to contact us and come and see our amazing showcase.

After launching our online gallery in November 2018 we are very excited to now be showing work in our new permanent gallery space in the beautiful village of Farringdon in Hampshire – in the heart of the South Downs National Park.

We are passionate about taking the time to find and select innovative, engaging, artists, who create fine art, mixed media, and sculpture in both original and limited edition. Through regular exhibitions, pop-ups, events, and our website, we bring our stable of artists together to show you.


We are always happy for you to “Try before you buy”  a piece of art that you have seen in the gallery /at a fair or on our website.  If you have a particular request then we are able to commission a piece of art or sculpture for you .

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The excitement of discovering an original piece of art is just the start, learning its story and who the artist is behind it.


Come and see the beautiful pieces we have selected in our relaxed and inviting gallery space or browse online where most of our pieces on display are available.


If you need help picking the right piece for your space or questions about our exhibition or pieces online please get in touch. We would love to hear from you.

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Look out for these artists in our Winter Collection 2022


Pat Small

I studied and graduated for a Masters in Ceramics at UCA Farnham and my work is about the microscopic world of seeds and pollen. Before my masters I was an art teacher in secondary schools which was a good grounding for a range of skills in painting, printing and sculpture.

But I wanted to work with clay in particular porcelain, in a sculptural form. As I have been a botanical painter for many years and shown in an SBA exhibition, my sculptures are all based on the natural world of botanical forms and are an endless source of inspiration.

Anne-Marie Ellis


Anne-Marie Ellis

Artist Anne-Marie Ellis is known for her fashion focused fine art, which draw on her long and successful career in the fashion industry. This design discipline and aesthetic vision influences Anne-Marie’s artworks; both in her colour palette and stylish subject matter.

Her work often explores design heritage and branding, including a series painted directly onto luxury packaging. Her sensitivity to sartorial design also finds its way into her contemporary still life, the textures of lace and the smoothness of glass are rendered in acrylics; her preferred medium.



Ed Kemshell

As a young man I was able to travel to other countries including Mexico, India, South East Asia and Europe. The sunsets, sunrises and night skies have influenced my work, as well as the varied and beautiful landscapes of the different countries.

After I returned to my studio practise I continued exploring the language of painting and the act of painting with the intention of making strong visual statements using the fundamental elements created purely from the paint itself and my internal drive. I have never found it easy to express myself with words; I think that is why I chose to paint.