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Art Gallery

The Granary Art Gallery will reopen on Saturday 1st August. 

Whilst enjoying your day out at Weston, this dynamic and ever-changing corner of our world is worth a visit, whether you have an eye for artistic creations or simply enjoy seeing something new and different.

Open 11am – 4pm, free entry (from Saturday 1st August).

Please keep in touch on our social media channels and we will see you again soon.


Dea Paradisos and Helen-Sian

1st – 31st August

In August the Granary Art Gallery will be exhibiting the works of artists Dea Paradisos and Helen Sian.

Dea Paradisos’ work seeks to understand conditioning, attachment and impermanence, an investigation into the sensations of craving and aversion.

Helen-Sian’s work is predominately mixed media painting, observing the weather and how it shapes the land/seascape. She mainly paints in North Wales, and recently has been discovering some of the beautiful areas around Shropshire.


Birmingham Watercolour Society

2nd – 30th September

During September the popular Birmingham Watercolour Society will be returning to the Granary Art Gallery.

The Birmingham Watercolour Society is renowned as a leader in modern watercolour techniques and styles. It has a broad membership of UK and International members wo seek to embody all that is new and refreshing about water based media, whilst upholding the high standards and traditions of an organisation that was founded in 1907.


The Gallery of Discovery

1st – 30th September

Have you got creative during lockdown? If you found solace in creative writing, produced pictures, sculpture, photographs or app-based illustrations, or if a recent visit to Weston Park has inspired you to produce collage with leaves or natural materials then we’d love to know!

Throughout September, the Granary will come alive with Gallery of Discovery when our visitors will all have a chance to share the creative works produced during Covid-19.

Anyone can enter! We want as many people as possible to participate with their work.

Originally built in 1767, the Art Gallery was unused for many years before becoming the subject of a total and most sympathetic restoration, thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Now set beneath a splendidly characterful old beamed roof, you’ll find the Art Gallery in the building that houses the Granary Brasserie and here you’ll discover monthly selling exhibitions by acclaimed artists from the UK and beyond, along with items on loan to the gallery from private collections.

The exhibitions in the Granary Art Gallery are organised by Weston Park’s Curatorial & Learning Department.