Atherton green

‘Whether you want to start a collection, build a collection or commission a piece of art , we are here to help’

Atherton Green Art - SUMMER SHOW 2022

The sun is out and we are very excited to be announcing the Atherton Green Art Summer show. We will be exhibiting as part of the Surrey Artists Open Studios to showcase some amazing new artists and their fabulous creations. Come and experience the amazing sculpture trail situated in our beautiful garden. The Summer Collection will be available online or in our gallery. Click here for the Summer 2022 show catalogue.

Our Summer show opens on the 12th June-3rd July 2022 11am – 5pm, also Thursday evenings 6 – 8.30pm. Other times by appointment. Please note we will be open from 12- 5pm on Wednesday 29th June. Phone Sue on +44 (0) 7890 098 036 or email us on

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 .



Stone Carving Workshop • £35 • June 19 & 26 @ 1pm-4pm

What: Create a mini sculpture in the form of an apple, pear or acorn using Maltese Limestone. You will learn the process of turning a small block of stone into a piece of art using rasps, rifflers and sandpaper. You will also learn the finishing process of making it shine. Moira Ross – sculptor will teach you the process. To book a place please email us by clicking the link below.

Where: Farringdon Place, Church Road, Upper Farringdon, Alton, Hampshire GU34 3EH

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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.

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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Naomi Munuo

New artist

Naomi Munuo

Autobiographical references run through my body of work, using still life as a means to replicate scenes familiar to me, with interpretations of sculpture bringing an element of the unexpected.

Since early childhood I have been fascinated by my father’s sculptures and sculpture from a diverse range of cultures and historical perspectives. Captivated by my mother’s colourful abstracts I explore the history of modern painting which is a constant source of inspiration.

After Frank Acrylic on canvas (framed) 150 x 100cm £1250


Liz English

Liz English is an artist obsessed with colour. Having spent the last twenty years travelling between Italy, Kuwait and the UK, arriving in Kuwait the difference she felt between them was colour or more precisely the absence of it.

Her art is a direct reaction to this and a realisation of the importance of colour and nature to her mental and emotional well being. Now back in West Sussex this continues to inform her practice. Whether painting an abstract, landscape or still life, colour is always the starting point.

Fiona Hunter Sculpture

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Fiona Hunter

Fi Hunter is a UK based artist specializing in sculpture. Educated as a graphic artist she went on to become an internationally awarded advertising art director and creative director.

Trying her own hand at photography, she produced limited edition fine art Giclee prints and went on to set up a successful pop up gallery exhibiting her own work as well as other photographers. Not completely satisfied with working in just 2D she also began sculpting in clay and in particular figurative and portrait sculptures.