Enjoy browsing on Saturdays, 10.30am to 5.30pm

Our carefully renovated cow barn doubles up as a:

  • Gallery space for local artists with regular exhibitions and displays, and
  • Tasting room and teaching space for art and wine courses.

Both our gallery space and adjacent ancient barn are available for private hire - please contact us more info.

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Art Exhibitions at Chartham Vineyard

What's on

Open Saturdays from 10.30 to 5.30, this exhibition features art photographs from three local photographers:

Wendy J Kennett – Wendy has a passion for nature, countryside and coastal photography, but is just as happy pushing the boundaries with other subjects.

Jo Court – Jo discovered Kent while studying for her fine arts degree in Canterbury and enjoys capturing candid moments and beauty through documentary photography.

Val de Furrentes – Val is a visual arts historian interested in photographic and digital arts. She formerly taught at the University College of the Arts and the University of Kent.

In between exhibitions our gallery displays Kent Landscapes featuring:

  • Photographs by Andy Goodenough, vineyard manager and former professional photographer, and
  • Oil paintings by Richard Goodenough co-owner of Chartham Vineyard (Richard is also an exhibition guide for the Royal Academy and a member of the Canterbury Society of Art).

MARCH: Ashford Visual Artists – exhibition forced to close early because of Covid-19.

NOV/DEC: Christmas Art Fair – Paintings, sculpture and pottery from local artists.
SEPT/OCT: Velvet landscapes – Studies of the Kent coast, oil paintings by local artist Sophie Bedingham Smith.
JULY: Botanical Art, by local artists from The Botanical Art Group and the associated Bedgebury Pinetum Florilegium Society.
MAY: Venice in oil and watercolour, by Liam Thompson.
MARCH: Exhibition of Paintings, by six local artists.

DECEMBER: Christmas Art Fair: Paintings and Pottery.
AUGUST: Canterbury Art Society, Members' Exhibition.

We have a close association with the Canterbury Society of Art, who opened our gallery with a private viewing and exhibition of members' work.

We also hosted the Society’s 50th Anniversary Lunch in our 400 year old Kent Barn, originally a threshing barn.


Richard Goodenough oil on canvas
oil painting by Richard Goodenough


wildflowers grow under the vines
Hosting the 50th anniversary of the Canterbury Society of Art