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Art Gallery at Denbies Wine Estate

Denbies Wine Estate opened its Picture Gallery in 2002. It has been an inspiration for the hundreds of artists and photographers who exhibit in the gallery every week of the year. The Gallery hosts predominantly local artists and is located on the mezzanine level of Denbies reception area, offering a unique space which attracts thousands of visitors each year.
The Gallery is available to hire on a weekly basis.

To enquire as to availability or to be added to our cancellation waiting list, please contact our events manager on 01306 742002 or


Denbies Wine Estate held its first Bacchus Award Competition in 2003 and continues to be the highlight of the art gallery located on the first floor at Denbies, hugely popular with visitors to the estate.  It presents an opportunity for artists of all levels of experience and calibre to exhibit their work in a professional yet relaxed atmosphere.  The competition is judged by a panel of five independent judges on the first day of the competition.  The exhibition is then opened for one week to the public, who are also given the opportunity to choose their favourite piece.

The Bacchus Award 2018 is now open!



Tiffany Budd
22-28  January 2018

Tiffany Budd returns with her fifth solo show at Denbies Wine Estate this January, with a collection of Fractured, Floral and Landscape paintings and drawings. She is mostly known worldwide for her unique Fractured work, which is inspired by Cubism and the Vorticists.  Tiffany works full time as an artist in Capel, Surrey. There will be a selection of original work, prints and 3D work all for sale. You could also commission a piece of art, just for you! Tiffany will also be there every day painting and drawing. Come and say hello!

First Steps Art
5-11 February 2018

Join us in the gallery, ahead of Valentine’s Day to share the love of art, shoes, and chocolate.  Talented, local and emerging First Steps artists are returning to exhibit for the week, which will culminate on Sunday 11th February with a one-day art fair in the adjoining room. You will be able to view and buy artwork on a variety of different mediums, including cards, prints, mugs, notebooks, and more. Additionally, we will also have the Mondrian-inspired chocolate art from Fifth Dimension Chocolates being presented to the auction winner. 100% of the auction price will go to the National Autistic Society.

Join us again for an eclectic collection of original art, print and mixed media creations. New and emerging art from novice and first time exhibitors will be supported by professional local artists.

Local Photographer Alan E Thompson FRPS DAPGB supported by Christine Padmore

12 – 18 February 2018

Alan is a very well known local photographer who produces work in both colour & monochrome.  His atmospheric pictures have won acclaim in many competitions, magazine articles and exhibitions.  He is a member of the MIRAGE Group of Photographers, Bookham & Dorking Camera Clubs

Alan has been a keen photographer for over 35 years and specialises in landscapes.  His fellowship which was gained in 2002 was in the era when each picture had to be processed and printed in the darkroom

Christine is an up and coming Still Life & Portrait photographer whose exquisite individual style is gaining her a large following of admirers.  A keen member of Bookham & Dorking Camera Clubs she has exhibited her work previously

Quartet – Linda Wallis, Lorna Simmonds, Margaret Eggleton, Celia Di Massimo
19 February  – 4 March 2018

Four artist friends living in Surrey, come together to present an exciting exhibition of their paintings.  Linda and Lorna paint in oils, Linda concentrating on the countryside, featuring the North Downs and wild flowers. Lorna paints landscapes and abstracts with linear shapes and bright colours.  Celia paints in many media and is fascinated by the effect of light, colour and action. Margaret paints mainly in watercolour and her subjects include flowers, landscapes, buildings and cityscapes.

Linda Wallis:

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Epsom and Ewell Art group
5 – 18 March 2018

The Epsom and Ewell Art Group’s Spring show provides an opportunity to see the latest works of our members. There will be a wide variety of subject matter in a range of styles and media.

Something for everyone’s tastes, and an opportunity to buy original work at affordable prices

Epsom and Ewell Art Group




Surrey Art Fairs
26 March – 1 April

Surrey Art Fairs will be hosting their third exhibition at Denbies featuring the work of 12 local contemporary artists who work with different mediums; glass, torn paper, paint and photography – with a variety of styles and themes from vibrant pointillist landscapes to colourful semi abstracts; paintings that evoke memories of past holidays; fused glass creations, landscape photography with a twist, sparkling Zentangle and gorgeous contemporary pet portraits.  All the work is held together with one common thread – affordability and accessibility.  Come along to chat with the artists, see some of them at work and buy affordable original art, prints and greeting cards. Commencing Monday 26th until Easter Saturday 31st March.

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16 April – 22 April 2018

A new group of local artists will explore the idea of paint as an expressive language, communicating the artist’s view of the world. Pauline Allbeury is known for her serene and composed Still Life paintings and modern Botanicals.  Gill Clark captures natural life, interiors and scenes with a beautiful sense of light, colour and balance.  Ann Stringer paints wonderfully observed and colourful landscapes and portraits.  Janet Abbott’s painterly scenes and luscious flowers complete the range of paintings to enjoy.

Phillip Kotokwa – Zimbabwean Sculptor

Phillip Kotokwa will return to Denbies in Spring 2018 with his variety of exotic stone sculptures from his native Zimbabwe. He is one of the few African artists that has made such inroads into the International market with pieces in wide spread collections. Phillip is currently displaying his sculptures in and around the Denbies main reception area and are available to purchase.