Open Every Saturday 10.30 to 5pm

Throughout the year we host regular art and craft exhibitions and other events in the cow barn gallery, workshop studio and Great Barn in our ancient courtyard. These buildings have been sympathetically renovated to create bright gallery spaces while retaining their original rustic and historic features

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Art Exhibitions at Chartham Vineyard

What's on

Our summer exhibition of landscape paintings in the main Vineyard Gallery, features the work of two well-known local artists:

Sue Houghton

A Kent based contemporary artist, Sue works in oils and acrylics from her studio in the Kent countryside and draws inspiration from her love of the sea and local coastal scenes. The ever-changing moods and dynamic energy of the waves, the tranquillity of calm waters and golden sunsets and vast stormy skies feed her work.

Sue takes joy from seeing a client drawn to one of her paintings because it resonates for them too; and hopes that her work captures her enthusiasm and passion for art, and her delight in colour and experimentation.

She has exhibited in galleries throughout Kent, and annually holds her own art show. Her work is framed in hand made solid oak frames.


Anna Clement

Anna is a Kent born artist who paints at her home in Sevenoaks. Although not formally trained, she has painted since childhood, being taught initially by her artist Grandfather. She has also has painted for many years with the Stone Street Art Group benefiting from their renowned group of visiting tutors as well as the skills and experience of other artists in the group.

Anna’s uplifting work in acrylic and oils covers an eclectic mix of subjects using a distinctive, colourful and expressive style that infuses her paintings with the beauty and joy she finds in her subjects.

Her work has been exhibited extensively in shows and galleries throughout Kent and Sussex.


Exhibiting in our Small Gallery, Khoa Mahon originates from the small rural town of Chau Doc, in South Vietnam’s Mekong Delta. She grew up immersed in nature and the traditional crafts which now inform her work as a professional artist and jewellery maker.

We’re delighted to host the 2024 annual art exhibition of Canterbury Society of Art, featuring a wide range of original art by local artists in our Great Barn. The exhibition will be open every day at the following times:

Sat 20 - Sun 21 July: 10am to 5pm
Mon 21 July to Fri 26 July: 2pm to 8pm
Sat 27 - Sun 28 July: 10am to 5pm.

Admission is free. Teas, coffees and biscuits will be available.

Art is for sale, using cash or card.

Above images by Sue Clinker and Wendy Child.

Exhibiting in our Large Gallery, Bryan Hawkins is a lecturer in Art and Media at Canterbury Christ Church University. He is both an artist and curator of Visual Culture with particular interest in Landscape, Film, Animation, Antiquarianism and Drawing. His work is widely recognised and has been exhibited at the Turner Contemporary in Margate and the Sidney Cooper Gallery in Canterbury.

Enjoy Christmas shopping made easy! Our annual fayre showcases a wide range of locally made artisan products, artistic gifts and seasonal treats.


art exhibition anna clement 2024
Summer's Lease by Anna Clement


painting by Sue Houghton
Ripples on the Tide, by Sue Houghton


Exquisite jewellery by Khoa Mahon
Exquisite handmade jewellery