The Gallery


In normal times The Gallery at Parndon Mill presents a series of exhibitions each lasting about six weeks. These display a wide variety of paintings, original prints, sculpture and skilled craftwork, including an annual exhibition of works of art in glass by some of the best artists in this popular medium.

 The aim is to bring artwork out of the studio to the attention of a wider audience and to further this The Gallery plays an active part in the Harlow community, promoting the visual arts.

Offline Exhibition

Paintings, prints, sculpture and crafts by artists who have studios at Parndon Mill and regular exhibitors at The Gallery

 At last we have an exhibition again in The Gallery at Parndon Mill! This in situ exhibition is of paintings, prints, sculpture and crafts by our resident artists and other regular exhibitors, and includes some of the pieces which are featured in our online gallery. There are delightful landscapes and seascapes to be seen. These contrast with some very colourful abstract paintings, along with intriguing prints, sculpture by John Farnham and Christy Symington and many lovely pieces of glass and ceramics. This is an enjoyable exhibition to view and any purchases can be taken home at the time of the visit.

 Of course there are still some restrictions. We cannot offer a private view which is a pity, masks must be worn and visits must be by appointment. This can be arranged preferably by email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., (preferred) or by phone 07745 871257. The Gallery times are Tuesday till Friday 10 am - 5 pm and Sundays 2 - 4 pm and visitors will be welcomed whenever is most suitable. The exhibition will probably run until the end of August when we hope to be able to present our scheduled exhibitions.

 Please make the effort. I am sure you would enjoy a trip to the mill and we would be so pleased to see you.

We continue to maintain our new Online Gallery 



Gallery exhibition spaceGallery viewersGallery exterior and exhibition corner