Experience our newly opened additional space at Grange Gallery, Wareham, Dorset located to the rear of the existing gallery accessed via a courtyard. We have recently renovated this space to host exhibitions, creative workshops and display master cabinetory by Cameron Furniture. 

Current and Forthcoming Exhibitions

10 JULY - 3 AUGUST 2024




Cathy Veale


Cathy Veale is a well-known local artist who specialises in large coastal paintings in an unmistakable style rich in luminosity and colour. Cathy’s paintings depict a unique sense of texture, concentrating on the effects of light and colour on water. Cathy has regularly shown her paintings with Britain’s leading watercolour artists in London with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and the Royal Society of Marine Artists, and with the South West Academy

of Arts.


7 AUGUST - 31 AUGUST 2024


Pia Elliot


Dorset artist Pia works with inks on fine art paper, she takes much of her inspiration from her passion for wildlife. Developing her own unique style over the past 5 years, Pia captures the personality and movement of each subject through line and pattern work.




Kasia Zagloba, Laura Butt and Eleanor Spalding


An exhibition of pastels, textiles and oils bringing together a collection of expressive, geographical and textural explorations of the landscape, comprising textiles and free motion embroidery, oil and pastel drawings.



Susan Coupe


A collection of contemporary works exploring textures, colours and movement of light working with acrylic mediums.




Coastal Collective


Join us for 'Christmas at Grange Gallery' where we will be hosting members of the Coastal Collective including Cocowai Cashmere, Elly Harvey Silver, Orris Leather, David Pointer Ceramics, Sarah Hornby Art and Kate Ashton Prints.



Wood Engravings 


Jason & Esme Cameron 


Inspired by the countryside and wildlife that surrounds Grange Gallery, Jason and Esme Cameron have created a collection of wood engravings from their original artwork. This collection is currently on display and can be viewed in the front gallery accessed via the South St entrance.


Previous Exhibitions

12 JULY - 6 JUNE 2024




Elizabeth Read - Wilson 


Inspired by a love of colour and gardens this exhibition is a selection of Elizabeth's exploration of flowers using acrylic mediums on canvas


15 MAY - 9 JUNE 2024


'frew folk'


Mandie Gillard


This exhibition of illustration, print and stitch by Mandie Gillard is an amalgamation of daily mindful practice through doodling. It is a narrative of the exploration of "folk" who appear in Mandie's sketchbooks alongside harmonising with her child spent overseas, predominantly in Japan.  

7 APRIL - 12 MAY 2024


'Elements Unleashed'


David Pointer and Sarah Hornby


Embracing the four elements of nature, David Pointer and Sarah Hornby bring together an exhibition of ceramics and painting influenced by the natural environment and the Dorset coastline. 

9 MARCH - 14 APRIL 2024


'Dorset and European Scenes'


Ian Hargreaves


Ian Hargreaves travelled across Eurorpe after studying at Bournemouth College of Art and recorded his travels in watercolour.This instilled a love of Mediterranean subjects, which was to influence his work many years later. Ian has shown his paintings at the Royal Academy in London, as well as the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Society of Marine Artists, he won Artist of the Year award in London, 2016.




Eleanor Spalding


Eleonors drawings evoke the atmosphere of the Dorset landscape through expressive mark making and the use of rich, natural colours. Her artwork invites the viewer to use their imagination and personal emotional response to interpret their vision of the contemporary landscapes.




Kasia Zagloba


Kasia uses soft pastels as a medium and takes inspiration from local landscapes. Many of her pieces are directly influenced by her love of walking along the  Dorset coast and countryside.



Laura's Textisles


Laura transforms images into fabric through the use of layers and free motion embroidery. Combining her love of maps, colour and textiles; creating textile maps using satellite images, OS maps, local and historical maps.