Visit South Somerset - Arts & Crafts
Coates English Willow, Willow & Wetlands Visitor Centre
Willow is as traditional to Somerset as cheese and cider although perhaps not so much is known about it. At the Visitor Centre the Coate family has thoughtfully put together displays and collections to tell the fascinating story of willow.
Hauser and Wirth Somerset
A pioneering world-class gallery and multi-purpose arts centre which acts as a destination for experiencing art, architecture and the remarkable Somerset landscape through new and innovative exhibitions of contemporary art
Mary Kembery - Somerset Countryware
Somerset Countryware is a range of stoneware pottery made and decorated by Mary Kembery in her studio at Drayton. Apart from the Somerset landscape, she also draws inspiration from fish, fruit and flowers.
Muchelney Pottery & John Leach Gallery
John Leach, eldest grandson of renowned potter Bernard Leach and son of David Leach, continues the family tradition at Muchelney Pottery on the edge of the ancient village of Muchelney in the heart of the Somerset Levels. Shop and Gallery.
Shakspeare Glass & Arts
Will Shakspeare is one of the country’s best known glass blowers. Will set up Shakspeare Glass over 25 years ago and has supplied many galleries and well-known stores in that time. Wide range of Shakspeare Glass on display in the gallery as well as work from selected other British makers including jewellery.
Somerset Arts Week
Somerset Open Studios and Festival Events are annual countywide celebrations of the variety and quality of contemporary visual art and craft that can be found in Somerset.
Yandles Woodworking, Arts & Crafts
Yandles was founded in 1860 by Henry Yandle. Visit the sawmill, woodworking centre, gallery, arts and crafts store and gifts and home store with beautifully crafted gifts and artwork by local artists