Updated welcome page August 4th 2020

We are pleased to announce that our gallery will re-open on April 14th

We are pleased to announce that the gallery is now open. Exhibitions will run from 2pm Wednesday, throughout the weekend until the following Monday evening.

We are now compliant with government COVID19 guidelines and new routines have been established. Click here to see a video.

To assist with these new routines, the gallery will be closed to the public all day Tuesdays and on Wednesday morning.

En Plein Air postponement

WHAT WE DO

We provide versatile exhibition space for Gloucestershire artists in the very lovely Montpellier Gardens , Cheltenham. Our annual footfall is over 22,000 per annum.

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EXHIBITIONS

We are open 7 days a week February to December, normally between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm. Last Year we hosted 41 different events.

The 2020 Festival Exhibition Application can be downloaded here:

2020 Festival Application

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BOOKINGS & HIRE

Once registered, all Gloucestershire artists are welcome to book on line.Now in our 12th year there is strong demand for Summer bookings but some of our most successful exhibitions have been in winter months.

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CURRENT EXHIBITION

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

CONTACT OR VISIT THE GALLERY

Make an enquiry or find out where we are and how to get to us

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GALLERY HISTORY

Built in 1900, our Gallery has had an interesting history.

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PEOPLE

Hazel Kichen and Bob Freeman were the driving forces behind setting the gallery up in 2007. Today local Art Clubs and Schools manage the gallery aided by volunteers with specialist skills.

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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Hover Box Element

Hover Box Element

We are open

What’s Next?

  • Maintenance The outside of the gallery has been repainted.
  • New Lighting The main lighting in the gallery has been replaced with energy efficient LED lights which provides
    lower power consumption, a sensation of greater space giving enhanced upward lighting and warmer light on walls and screens

New gallery layout

What do you think of the new gallery layout?

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