Great Oak Hall Exhibitions in 2018

Posted: February 5, 2018 at 10:45 am Author: Lorna Butcher

We are holding 9 exhibitions this year in the Great Oak Hall from a variety of local artists starting this Easter, so please look out for them when you visit the arboretum and support them.

Read on for a few dates for your diary of the first exhibitions this year.

Looking down on an exhibition in the Great Oak Hall


Printmakers Christine Felce and Beth Jenkins will be showing a selection of their work and demonstrating live printmaking throughout the week with plenty of opportunities for everyone to get involved. Print your own postcard to take home, using letterpress and stamps! This activity is suitable for all ages and free of charge.

Christine and Beth are experienced and accomplished printmakers and teachers and are part of Gloucestershire Printmaking Co-op. They will both be teaching workshops in April and May at Westonbirt Arboretum. To see more of their work, visit their websites Christine Felce or Beth Jenkins.

Printmaking Exhibition and live printmaking this Easter
Friday 30th March to Friday 6th April
10am to 4pm (3pm on final day)

Collection of cards from a printmaking workshop

Old and New

Sue Townsend will be exhibiting a collection of work which she has created over the last couple of years showing her versatility and love of the outdoors. See more of Sue's artwork.

Exhibition and sale
4th to 11th May 2018
10am to 4pm (3pm on final day)

A painting of a river in the summer

We are now taking bookings for 2019, so if you have something special to showcase, we would love to hear from you.

For a heavily reduced hire fee plus commission on sales, we offer week-long slots during the peak visitor periods and welcome a diversity of work from individual artists or groups, both new and old. The Great Oak Hall is a light and airy space in which to display your pieces. Please contact me either at, phone on 0200 067 3301, or check out Great Oak Hall Venue Hire for more information.

Collection of artist's prints displayed in the Great Oak Hall

Don't forget to come and support these local artists and check back soon for more details about future exhibitions.