Established by the artist Sharon Harvey, The Sanctuary Studio and Gallery is a place to view accomplished works in an intimate and historical setting alongside a working artists studio.
With a continually changing program of exhibitions, the gallery offers a broad spectrum of work from figurative to abstract and represents artists both mid – career and emerging, local and international. We get to know our represented artists well and understand their methodology and practice.
We believe art should be both available and accessible to all and wish to provide a welcoming space that is both relaxing and stimulating to the senses. Whether purchasing or just browsing.
"Fabulous to see this historic building being used so creatively to display talented artwork"
Sharon is a semi-abstract landscape Artist living and working in Newnham-on-Severn. The Sanctuary Studio & Gallery is the result of her life long ambition to open a gallery to display both her own work, and the work of her peers. When visiting the Gallery, make sure to pop up the stairs to visit Sharon Harvey's working Studio to gain insight into her creative process.
Sharon initially trained in Interior Design with KLC School of Design before returning to education with Winchester School of Art achieving a First in BA Fine Art. As such she is more than happy to advise on what might best suit your interiors and personal style.
Tuesday - Friday: 11.00 - 5.00
Saturday: 12.00 – 4
We will endeavour to open most Saturdays however if you intend on visiting on a Saturday it is best to call us on 0782 8830244 ahead of your visit in case we have had to close.
Should you wish a private appointment to view works please telephone 07828830244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange outside of our opening times
Newnham-on-Severn is a beautiful, historic village on the banks of the River Severn next to The Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Situated around 10 miles to the south-west of Gloucester, Newnham's strategic location on the Severn meant that the Romans built three roads through the location, where they forded the river. The Anglo-Saxons established a permanent settlement, the Normans fortified it against the Welsh, and in medieval times it became a major port with links around Great Britain and Ireland. The core of the village is designated as a Conservation Area with the majority of the buildings on the tree-lined High Street being listed. In the centre, you will see the prominent clock tower and it is the first point where the famous Severn Bore can be easily seen as it starts its journey up the River Severn towards Gloucester. With fantastic walks, views, and a growing selection of independent businesses it is a wonderful place to visit.