We are very excited to be exhibiting Quantum artists' work at the legendary 15th century West Horsley Place in Surrey.
We would be delighted to welcome you to our first physical event of 2021 - a five day exhibition featuring over 100 artworks by our contemporary artists.
West Horsley Place is easily accessible from the A3, and sits within 30 miles of London.
There is plenty of Parking available at the venue and also 300 acres of parkland to stroll in.
West Horsley Place is a Grade I listed medieval manor house and estate of great beauty and historic significance. Left almost untouched for a century it has a romantic and fragile beauty. With notable connections to Henry VIII, it also has royal links in more recent history as a filming location for Netflix's The Crown. In 2014 it was inherited by Bamber Gascoigne, a bequest from his godmother, the late Duchess of Roxburghe. It is currently the home of Grange Park Opera. Our exhibition is in a large, airy space with plenty of room for social distancing.
It has served as inspiration for two of our artists, Alison Pullen and Sandy McLea, who have both created work based on the interiors.
If you'd like to read more about the house and estate please click below.