The Hayloft Gallery, 14 Wick Lane, Christchurch Dorset, is to be found in the heart of Christchurch. It can be hired by individuals and groups for their own exhibitions.
Fixtures and fittings are available to suit most requirements. Membership is required, but at a reasonable cost, not prohibitive.
Tel: 07975 893114 — 01202 479000 — 01202 568444
Most exhibitions are run daily from 10am to 4pm.
It is however advisable to check the details given by the exhibitor
You can find details of upcoming exhibitions below, and on our Events page
All the latest from the Hayloft…
David Comley, woodturner. Original woodturnings and other handmade crafts for you and yours to treasure forever.
October 23 – November 5
An exhibition of original paintings by popular local artist Andrea Duffell. Many local scenes.
October 9 – 22. Open Daily 10am – 4pm
Paintings include Local Scenery, Views of Venice and Portraits at the Hayloft Gallery, Wick Lane, Christchurch
25th September to 8th October 2020
10 am to 4 pm
Graham will be joined by Dorset based Photographer Alan Searle – Alan’s statement -“I love to shoot dramatic images that create a surreal and peaceful feel about them, combining long exposure day as well as night shots. My work is printed on high quality media that can be purchased mounted or framed in any size you wish.
Photography by Allen Searle
4th – 10th September
We Made It is about celebrating the work of six friends who all enjoy making their very different crafts and have all survived lockdown – here is the lowdown! Debbie Packer and Liz Westall are our jewellers and have been working hard to produce some gorgeous and new jewellery designs which are very different – Linda Cash our artist friend has been experimenting with new ways to do water colours and has had some amazing results ( one of these was used as the background to our poster) – Jane Powell is the expert in Trollen weaving/braiding and hopefully will be showing you how it is done – brilliant for a multitude of uses! Anne Barnes produces unusual and beautiful Tiffany glass from lamps to window decorations and eve- ything in between and lastly Pam Wadie who is a ceramic artist hand painting a variety of items from the sublime to the ridiculous (see chicken doing the splits on the poster!) Forgot to mention that Liz Westall is also a textile artist and knitter – we hope you will pop into the Hayloft to see us and remember it is never too early to shop for Christmas! Thanks also to Brian Wadie who also designed our poster.
August 21 – September 3
An Exhibition by Deborah and David Robinson. Visual and written works. Paintings, Prints, 3D, Needle Felting, Books and Cards.