Art in the Garden
The Local Art Scene is excited to be working with the Stanwell House Hotel, for the first Art in the Garden event for 2019, in central Lymington and launching on Easter Sunday!
With over 600 sq ft of exhibition space, this pop up event will host local artists' work, including; original artwork, ceramics, woodwork, glassware, photography and prints, all at affordable prices.
Art in the Garden is an opportunity to celebrate the wealth of talent in the local area, and for local artists to be involved in a community art project. Visitors may wish to make a day of it and enjoy fine dining at the newly re-launched 2AA Rosette Etain restaurant, or an informal dining experience at the Burcher & Co. brasserie, or a delicious afternoon tea in the conservatory, or just pop by for a cup of coffee while passing through! You will get a warm welcome.
Pitches 1 - 4 - Outdoor Tables (Late Bookings - Weather Permitting)
Pitches 5 - 6 - 3m x 3m Gazebo Tables/Grids
Pitches 7 - 15 - Indoor Grids 1.8m (H) x 1.8m (W)
Pitches 16 - 17 - Indoor Tables
- (05) Bridget Eastman | Hand-Woven Textiles
- (07) Kirsty Eustace | Textile Paintings
- (08) Kate Bird | Pet Portraits
- (09) Julia Heissig | Paintings
- (10) Trina Hart | Abstract Paintings
- (11) Helen Talbot | Paintings
- (12) Melissa Hardwick | Still Life Paintings
- (13) Alce Harfield | Paintings
- (14) Marion Royle | Abstract Paintings
- (15) Lisa Mounteer-Watson | Paintings
- (16) Jules Carpenter | Ceramics
- (17) James Hamilton | Homeware
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Inspired rooms, exceptional food and a vibrant atmosphere
Stanwell House Hotel is a stylish, boutique hotel located on Lymington's historic High Street and moments from the famous cobbles and the beautiful quay. We have 29 beautifully appointed bedrooms, each with its own charm and style and a fabulous Full New Forest Breakfast, cooked fresh to order, awaits you following a restful and restorative nights sleep.
We are very proud to be passionate about food, delivered by our award-winning team. We use only the best fresh ingredients from the New Forest and local area. We offer attentive and unobtrusive service in a welcoming and relaxing setting with a variety of dining and recreation areas on offer.
Lymington dates back to the Iron Age and originally flourished on the salt industry. The arrival of the railway in 1858 helped the town become the main terminal to the Isle of Wight. The yacht building and shipping industry has gone from strength to strength and Lymington now has become one of the country’s top yachting and sailing destination towns.
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