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Elliot Gallery

Hills View
Braunton
Devon
EX33 2LA

Here at the Elliott Gallery is an exciting art exhibition that the more discerning person will not want to miss. It contains one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibitions of quality paintings, sculpture and craftwork in all North Devon. Much of the artwork displayed is for sale. Paintings are not just confined to local scenes, of which there are plenty but cover a wide range of types and styles from landscapes and seascapes to the more abstract and imaginative works.

Craftwork and sculpture of all kinds are displayed - including woodcarvings, modelled porcelain, glass engraving, handmade clocks, dried flower collages, leatherwork, and many more !

The Gallery also promotes exhibitions of renowned art societies from London, other major cities and regions of the UK providing the very best in current art and crafts. Individual artists and craftworkers can occasionally be seen at work and video painting demonstrations are held daily.

Further Information:

  • Coffeenook café
  • Picture framing
  • Free car parking

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    Braunton lies at the crossroads linking Saunton, Croyde and Woolacombe. Follow brown and cream roadsigns on the A361 Barnstaple to Ilfracombe road. Turn off at the Braunton traffic lights.

    Elliot Gallery Postcode for SatNav: EX33 2LA

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