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What's Happening at this Venue?

Sutton Poyntz Group


The Boiler Room
The Waterworks
Sutton Poyntz
Weymouth DT3 6LT

07977 028007

The Exhibitors

Sara Knight


Elizabeth Morris


Caroline Nairn


Tony Heathershaw


Venue Location

About the Exhibition

Local artists Sara Knight, Elizabeth Morris, Caroline Nairn and Tony Heathershaw, come together to present a diverse and colourful range of work in a highly unusual setting. Original work, both framed and mounted, plus cards and ceramics will be available to purchase, all at affordable prices. Work includes oils, acrylics, watercolours, mixed media and collage, with monoprints, linocuts and woodcuts. Themes include figurative work, landscapes, seascapes, boats, trees and flowers, in representational and semi-abstract form. Sketchbooks and portfolios will also be available to browse. Why not linger awhile in the delightful village of Sutton Poyntz and visit our ‘studio’?

Open Every Day 10.30am to 5pm

Directions, Parking and Accessibility

Leave the A353 Weymouth to Wareham Road at Preston. Follow signs for Sutton Poyntz. The Waterworks lies just beyond the Mill Pond and Village Pub.

Parking available behind the Waterworks

Accessibility Rating: 5/5 (Access is via a gentle slope to the front door)

About Dorset Art Weeks 2012 in Weymouth and Portland

Several Artwey members are participating in the Dorset Art Weeks 26th May to 10th June 2012.

More details are given about their venues in this section of the website.

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The "Opening Ceremony" of this venue will be half way through on Friday 1st June, between 6pm and 7pm, when friends and fans can meet the artists. Later in the evening and over the whole weekend  the upstairs of the Old Town Hall will be hosting some of the gigs of the Wessex Folk Festival - see the festival website for more information.