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The Gallery at Parndon Mill presents a series of exhibitions each lasting about six weeks. These display a wide variety of paintings, original prints, sculpture and skilled craftwork. Each year an exhibition of works of art in glass by some of the best artists in this popular medium is included, followed by the Christmas exhibition, Present Arts, which offers opportunity to acquire a unique and special present or something new for the home.

The  Online Gallery also presents a wide selection of works of art by artists who have studios here and regular exhibitors at The Gallery. It is a pleasure to look at and all the exhibits can be purchased and can be collected or delivered to your home within a few days. 

29th June - 6th August
This exhibition is a celebration of the 1960's and showcases a diverse range of creative responses from the membership of the Eastern Region Textiles Forum.
This was a defining decade for Britain.

10 August - 17 September
This exhibition combines letter carving by Simon Langsdale with drawings and paintings by Jane Bottery which are influenced by the natural world and local landscapes.
A guiding theme for the exhibition is the work of the author J A Baker who described an area of the Essex landscape in such a painterly and evocative way.
'The hardest thing of all to see is what is really there'

9th November - 23rd December
25 Artists, Craftsmen & Women from here and further afield offer their unique and affordable works for sale in this exhibition designed for giving to others, or even oneself!

11th January - 18th February 2024

A brilliant selection of artwork from new and emerging artists, curated by Bethany Haysom, in an exhibition inspired by Parndon Mill, its ethos and environment.

25nd February - 31st march 2024

'Out of the Grey' reflects the transition of Winter to Spring. Showcasing the transformative power of nature, artist’s work celebrates the shifting equilibrium of black and white as well as the spectrum of shades found in monochrome. The still, dappled light of silvery winter slowly thaws as spring emerges, awakening dormant earth, new life and abundant colour. An exhibition curated by Young Curator Nancy Mead from Babylon Arts talented pool.