See here for current Art Exhibitions


Facets of Avalon
A retail studio gallery showcasing the knitted wire jewellery by Rachel Reilly….. come in and see her making! Also the newest selection of mixed media panels by ​Jan Billings and sculptural lighting by Alastair Kinghorn.




Art of Avalon
Matt Witt creates digital artworks inspired by Avalon, walks in nature, dreams and meditations. Art of Avalon is a collection of digital illustrations dedicated to the land. Matt comes from a fine art background and studied as a graphic designer, his latest works merge these two paths.


Debbie de Mornay Penny
Debbie has drawn pictures from a very early age and has taught others to paint and draw for many years.  Debbie’s drawings have been described as quirky and whimsical, reflecting her sense of fun and the characteristics of the people she has known and observed in her life. Debbie hopes that her drawings bring joy and laughter to others.


Diana MilsteinDiana Milstein
“The Extraordinary Adventures of Miss Smith” is a series of paintings / prints about a little old lady whose life is transformed by her belief in the power of magic. Available to buy via my website.



Dove ArtsDove Arts
There are currently two studios at the Dove: Mike Dodd, potter, and Bron Bradshaw, artist. Courses run include etching, woodcut, drawing, and artists’ books. Further exhibitions and different courses may be planned for the future.



Jonathan Minshull
Specialist in portraits, Murals, Animal Portraits. Based in Somerset & Devon.




Julie LovelockJulie Lovelock
Julie has been painting since taking up a watercolour class in 1995 and had her first go with oils a few years later. She hasn’t stopped since. Julie enjoys painting nature, either landscape or animals; she finds her love of the land, and its creatures, comes out in her work.


Kaye ParmenterKaye Parmenter
I work with all mediums but am probably best known for my watercolours. My style of painting is spontaneous and has an ethereal quality and I aim to capture life, energy and atmosphere in my work, by use of light, colour and energetic brush strokes.


Linda Ravenscroft
My inspiration comes from many sources. I rely mostly on my dreams and inner feelings, as I have done since I was a child. Together with my love of nature and fascination for myths and ancient legends, my mind is constantly visualising new creations.


Made in GlastonburyMade in Glastonbury
A collective of seven artists living & working in Glastonbury  creating original art, limited edition prints, fine furniture, photography, silk art, ceramics, reclaimed wood designs.



Matthew WestMatthew West
My work has been influenced by the landscape. I have in, the main, chosen to use charcoal as a basis for my work, overlaid with different media such as acrylic paint, pastel and graphite powder. I strongly believe the freshness of the landscape has a vitality that brings new qualities to my work all the time.


Sharyn TurnerSharyn Turner
Glastonbury based Shamanic & Visionary Artist, Workshop Facilitator & Rune Worker. Sacred Art from the Heart of Avalon.