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            프로모션 인터넷바카라사이트

            We are open on both the May Bank Holidays. OPEN: Tuesday – Sunday & B. Hols 10am – 5pm Closed Dec 24,25,26

            Find us 2m north of Gloucester on A38.????????????????? SatNav Postcode: GL2 9PG

            Follow the official Nature in Art brown?tourism signs

            Welcome to Nature in Art, the world’s first museum and art gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature.

            Our unrivalled collection is housed in a fine Georgian mansion, featured in Simon Jenkins’s book ‘England’s 1000 Best Houses’, just outside the famous cathedral city of Gloucester.

            This website gives you a glimpse of Nature in Art, its collections and exhibitions, and the extensive programme of events and activities that take place throughout the year.

            Special Exhibitions and Artists in Residence

            April 16th – May 12th: Into the Blue A varied selection of both 2D and 3D work celebrating the colour blue

            Our exhibition of Langley Mill Pottery ended on April 28th
            CLICK HERE for a glimpse of our Main 2019 exhibitions. ?

             

            ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE THIS WEEK:?

            • April 30th – May 5th: Meet wildlife painter and paper artist SARAIS CRAWSHAW? and artist LESLEY CONNOLLY?
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            Great Days Out in Gloucestershire
            Find more things to do in the area HERE?

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