Alison Orchard Fine Art,
Applegarth Farm,
Headley Road,
GU26 6JL

(Free parking) 


I will be working on a new collection of paintings in January so the gallery will be closed except by appointment or by chance. 
To make an appointment - please get in touch

Please call or email if you would like to discuss a purchase or commission, or to arrange to visit the gallery.

Please note, we no longer take in framing orders for work by other artists. We are happy to arrange framing of anything purchased in the gallery or via our website.
COVID PRECAUTIONS: The gallery is regularly cleaned, social distancing measures are in use, hand-sanitiser is available and only two small groups permitted at a time in the gallery. 


I paint most days from my studio, based at Applegarth Farm. It's a great location, surrounded by beautiful countryside on the Surrey/Hampshire border. I can often be found painting out in the landscape, when not in the studio. Visitors enjoy seeing paintings in progress on the studio wall, but there are also two gallery rooms with a selection of finished paintings, prints, drawings & ceramics available for sale.

Alison painting in studio

Dining table
food at applegarth


On site is the award-winning Applegarth restaurant, Deli & farm shop
(booking in advance is recommended).

Applegarth Farm

We are surrounded by fabulous walks across the Surrey Hills and local National Trust sites. Ideal if you want to make a day of it.

Hand-made Ceramics

In the gallery is a changing display of hand-made ceramics, all reasonably priced and ideal for gifts. I love finding new ceramic artists - each of these have their own unique style and produce work of exceptional quality. Drinking your daily cup of tea out of a hand-made porcelain mug just makes all the difference!

Slim colourful stem vases

Exquisitely made, hand-thrown porcelain stem vases, jugs and bowls.

pale blue and grey cups and mugs

Hand-thrown porcelain tableware and soy candles in beautiful soft shades.

Striped blue and white jugs and bowls

Inspired by the sea, these quirky spotted or striped vessels are hand-thrown and built by Lisa Ingram. 

Cream mug with black brush mark

Hand-thrown in rural Yorkshire, porcelain slip cast mugs and vases in a stylish and simplified palette.

rough edged vase with seascape on sides

These hand-build, stoneware paperclay vessels are beautifully painted, taking inspiration from the Welsh landscape.