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



From Thursday 5th November the Gallery at Applegarth Farm will be temporarily closed, as per government guidelines for Covid lockdown. 
Please call or email for more information

All work may be ordered online or via email with FREE UK post and packaging. Please ask for a quote for overseas delivery.

COVID PRECAUTIONS: To make sure we all have the best experience during Covid-19 pandemic, 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. Please remember to wear your face mask.
If preffered, it is possible to make an appointment for a private viewing of the gallery outside of the usual opening hours. Please call to arrange a time.
FRAMING: Appointments must be made in advance for a framing consultation. 
Free parking. 
On site is the lovely Applegarth Farm farm shop and outdoor restaurant (booking in advance is essential if staying for lunch) and we are surrounded by stunning countryside if you want to make a day of it. (we are opposite Grayshott Spa if you want to make a weekend of it!)


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. On site is the lovely Applegarth restaurant, with farm shop and opposite is Grayshott Spa. Ideal if you want to make a weekend of it.


There is a bespoke framing service available from the gallery. We offer a select range of wood mouldings, hand-painted finshes, float frames, specialist glass options and contemporary styles to suit a modern interior. All framing is to conservation standard and made to order. It is essential to arrange an appointment before bringing your artwork in for framing. 


In the gallery is a changing display of ceramics, all reasonably priced. I am currently showing pieces by Lisa Ingram (hand-thrown and built, striped and spotty pottery); Gemma Wightman (Hand-throw porcelain tableware and soy candles),  Ali Tomlin (Hand thrown porcelain stem vases, jugs and bowls) and Rowen Ford (Hand-thrown porcelain slip-cast cups & vases).