Old Fire Station Gallery Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

More Surreal


February 15, 2023


February 28, 2023

'More Surreal' is a further installment of the project 'Surreal' first exhibited in 2020 by the photographer Dr Robert Organ. The photographs are consistent with the photographer's long standing love of documentary photography which has focussed on recording surreal objects, people and human situations and the environment in which they live in and shape.

They feature elements of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions, non-sequitur and humour. In addition to the subject matter, the photographer always gives equal importance to the aesthetic appeal of each photograph, particularly its composition, colour, form and perspective.

Henley playing cards launch


March 11, 2023


March 12, 2023


A really rather wonderful pack of playing cards and the definitive guide to Henley on Thames. They include what's going on, places to visit and things to keep an eye out for that you’d only know about if you live here.

Each card will be enlarged and framed so the best way to see the cards in all of their glory.#

Packs of these unique cards will also be available to purchase as well as the enlarged framed prints too but browsers welcome to pop in and see the cards, no entry charge!

Print in the Park - Spring Exhibition


March 16, 2023


March 28, 2023


Original hand made prints by Members of Print in the Park.

Flexmore Art and Craft Exhibition


August 3, 2023


August 7, 2023


The Flexmore Artists began exhibiting as part of Bucks Art Weeks, in a fabulous barn in Chalfont St Giles.

We are a group of 4 artists and 7 makers, including Mixed Media/Collage, Pastel, Watercolour & Oil Art, Glass, Pottery, Fabric Creations, Jewellery, Textile Art, and Wood Turning and much more. The combination of our work makes for a varied and interesting exhibition with prices to suit all.

Sharon, Georgina, Claire, Sylvia, Carol, Mary, Zoe, Heidi, Gaynor, Paul and Bronwen are all excited to be exhibiting at The Old Fire Station Gallery, Henley.