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Current Exhibition 

Oona Campbell: Big Skies.  

Exhibition continues until the end of February please call ahead if you would like to visit us, just email moncrieff.bray@btinternet.com or call 07867978414 to let us know what time you would like to come.

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We are currently showing recent work by Oona Campbell A leading landscape artist of her generation, Oona’s work is in numerous private and corporate collections including The Royal Bank of Scotland, GlaxoSmithKline  and the City of Wesminster. These paintings  are inspired by the dramatic landscapes of Scotland and Cornwall and the grandeur of nature ever changing under different weather conditions.  Oona’s palette captures the moodiness of the Scottish moors with their inky-blue skies contrasting with the vivid yellows of the gorse and heathers, or  by contrast the blue-grey squalls and sudden sunshine of the Cornish coast.  The thick impasto adds an urgency to the compostitons a love and joy of paint for paint’s sake.

If you would like to see work by any of our artists please call to make an appointment.


March 12 – 26 

Still Life, Presence, Memory, Paintings by Sarah Bowman, Emma McClure, Sveta Rumak, Jackie Philip 


Sarah Bowman, Apples on Blue 50 x 70 cm                                    Jackie Philip, The Yellow Table, oil on canvas, 41 x 51 cm

The artists selected for this exhibition share an interest in still life and the powerful presence of objects and experiences distilled through memory.

May 14 to June 11

Newlyn Today: Jessica Cooper, Gareth Edwards, Anthony Garratt, Paul Lewin, Maggie O’Brien,   Rachel Reeves, Jesse Leroy Smith, Mark Surridge and Hannah Woodman together with 20th century masters, Roger Hilton, John Wells, Ben Nicholson and Sir Terry Frost

Nine artist tutors from the acclaimed Newlyn School of Art will show their work together with works by 20th century masters of the St Ives School.

May 14 to June 11

Summer Sculpture Exhibition: 15 Contemporary Sculptors arranged in our three acre landscape garden. 

Adam Binder, Colleen Du Pon, Dave Cooke, Olivia  Ferrier, Felicia Fletcher, David  Klein, Judy Larkin, Jo Sweeting, Jilly Sutton, Clare Tupman, Clare Trenchard, Judy Larkin, Willow Legge, Miranda Michels, Paul Vanstone, Dominic Welch


The Moncrieff-Bray Gallery is a spectacular 120 square metre converted barn with stunning views over the Rother Valley and South Downs. It opened in 2005 to hold regular exhibitions of contemporary painting and sculpture.

Prior to running the gallery Elspeth Moncrieff worked for several years as a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum before becoming Deputy Editor first of the Antique Collector and then Apollo Magazine.

From 1996-2004 she was the Art Market Correspondent for The Art Newspaper building up a wealth of experience about the art market. She is currently also the Editor of the Sydney based World of Antiques and Art.