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Latest News from Watts Gallery

14th April 2014

A visitor came to Watts Gallery yesterday and said that the most magical moment in his day was discovering the bank of golden buttercups along Down Lane arriving at Watts Gallery. Read more.

8th April 2014

My work this month has been very much inspired by the drawings and photography of Ruskin, whose exhibition continues in the gallery. Read more.

26th March 2014

Watts Gallery Volunteer Jane Turner has been featured in Surrey Life Magazine as a Community Hero. Read more.

17th March 2014

The good news this month is that the Watts Cemetery has been listed as Grade II* in recognition of its heritage importance.  The Chapel continues to be of great interest to visitors as well as being such an important place of reflection and  mourning for relatives of those buried there. Read more.

11th March 2014

The Watts Chapel Cemetary has recently been given Grade II* listing status by English Heritage. This will give it protection in the planning system and safeguard  it for future generations. Read more.

10th March 2014

Deborah Gourlay, a former Watts Gallery Artist in Residence, will be holding an open studio with works for sale from the 20th to the 23rd of March 2014. Read more.

5th March 2014

My first month as Artist in Residence at Watts has flown by. I've settled into the delightful studio and been made very welcome. Already there is so much material here to chose from and be inspired by. Read more.

4th March 2014

Watts Gallery is proud to feature inside this issue of Inside Time newspaper. Read more.

18th February 2014

When the purple crocuses start to appear on the lawn outside Watts Gallery, Spring becomes a possibility. It also marks a new exhibition.  John Ruskin: Photographer and Draughtsman is the first exhibition which demonstrates theinvolvement and care of the Watts Brice Curator, Dr Nicholas Tromans. Read more.

11th February 2014

John Bird, Founder & Editor in Chief of The Big Issue Magazine, opened Watts Gallery's two exhibitions last week, John Ruskin: Photographer and Draughtsman and The Big Issues. Read more.