Sorry – Art Gallery closed during lockdown

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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See our Covid-19 Safety Measures.

Art Exhibitions at Chartham Vineyard

What's on

A Christmas art Fair will be open on Saturdays 10.30 - 5.30 - details to follow.

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).

OCT: Creative Pilgrimage - Multi-media showcase of the artists' pilgrimage along the Augustine Camino.
SEPT: Photo Art – Featuring work from local photographers Wendy J Kennett, Jo Court and Val de Furrentes.
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.


Alexandra Le Rossignol
A work by Richard Goodenough


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