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 - WHAT'S ON IN 2023

Coming up…

 We have some amazing new shows lined up for you, teeming with talent across a huge variety of mediums. We will also be introducing some great new contemporary talent, as well as exhibiting work from our regular artists which are available to view and buy online right here. See below for a sneak peak of what we have coming up.

  • 27th – 30th April 2023 we will be at the Fresh art fair to show our Spring Collection
  • 3rd – 25th June 2023 we will be part of the  Surrey Artist Open Studio event as part of our Summer show.
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March opening times

In March we are open by appointment only. Call Sue on +44 (0) 7890 098 036 or email to secure your place. The gallery is closed March 17th – April 8th. Any purchases made during this holiday period will be sent out on our return after 8th April 2023.
All purchases are always available online.


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 .


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.

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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 2023
Moira Ross


Moira Ross

I grew up enjoying making things, mostly using textiles or paper. When I attended school in Glasgow I managed to get my Art ‘O Grade’ twice (one a failed ‘Higher’) but I realise now painting wasn’t really my ‘thing’. So I just went on making practical things for myself and family.

When creating sculpture I work between realism, impressionism and abstraction, so you may find a life-like apple, a blocky rabbit or a lovely strange shape on display. I like to play with the size of things and find joy in miniature fruits and larger than life ones and condensing a story into a few pieces of stone linked together.

Corinna Button


Corinna Button

Corinna Button completed a BA Honours degree in Fine Art at Leeds followed by a Post Graduate Advanced Printmaking in London. Button was elected member of Royal society of Painters and Printmakers and has exhibited in solo and mixed shows Internationally, presenting works in printmaking, painting, and sculpture.

 Her work is held in noteworthy collections including the permanent collections of Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The Jiangsu Art Museum, China, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, The University of Aberystwyth, Wales, The BBC and Castle Lesley, Ireland.

Kate Henderson


Kate Henderson

Kate’s sculpture is based on a purity and simplicity of form and finish, creating sensual objects that beg to be touched. These very modern pieces are crafted using traditional skills and tools, and the finished results reflect Kate’s passion and creative freedom.

Her instinctive appreciation of shape and form, coupled with a desire to enhance and celebrate the inherent qualities of the raw material, result in effortless, tactile and desirable objects. Kate works as a creative design consultant on large scale installations alongside her sculpting.