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Harley Gallery

Discover inspiring art and craft at The Harley Gallery, with top quality contemporary exhibitions and a glimpse of the Welbeck Estate’s Portland Collections in our historical displays.

Drop in and relax in our tranquil surroundings, with free entry and free parking. Have fun with the kids in our ‘Creative Space’, browse and learn about art, or come to one of our exciting events.

Treat yourself in the Harley Gallery Craft Shop, which stocks an impressive range of top British makers, or indulge with the Limehouse Café’s delicious menu. Don’t forget to visit The Welbeck Farm Shop next door!

Harley Gallery
THIS IS A PAST EVENT

Lois Walpole Urban Baskets: Tradition Recycled
Lois Walpole's baskets are sure to surprise you. Basketry is a craft that is over 10,000 years old - you may be familiar with handmade baskets woven from grasses, reeds or rushes. Lois crafts her brightly coloured, curiously textured structures from natural and recycled materials. The exhibition shows over 30 pieces from Lois' international career. Bottle tops, tin cans, plastics, all are reimagined in her playful work.

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