Grain Store Studio

ME13 9LY

Faversham, Kent

Contact No: 07596908529

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Open weekends 10am – 4 pm

Directions By Car
From the M2 London, A2 Faversham or Canterbury (Dover ports or Channel Tunnel), A299 Ramsgate, each of these roads will lead to the M2/J7 roundabout. At this roundabout exit onto Brenley Lane which is between the A2 from Canterbury and the M2 to London and proceed to the T junction. At this point please follow these instructions as GPS may send you the wrong way or to the wrong part of the farm! Turn left and then first right. The farm drive is approximately 300 yards on the right. Go straight down the avenue, when you come to a small cross roads go left and down to Grain Store Studio.

The Artists

Victoria Swanston

Mixed media art inspired by all things bright and beautiful. Non-traditional techniques including spraying, pouring and collage create energy and atmosphere on canvas.



Mina Cullimore

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Range of paintings, pastel, drypoint and prints and photographs exploring the beauty of light and form in landscapes and from life.

Pat McFarlane

Textile art including quilted pictures, free motion machine and hand embroidery, hand knitted/crocheted items created from home spun wool.

Susanne Leggatt

‘Chests and Drawers’
Beautiful one off bespoke furniture and decorative items.

Nick Berry

Ceramics and glass works

Trisha Wood

Winner of Kent Women in Business Awards 2018 for ‘Women in the Arts’.
Mixed Media Contemporary Art.
Using layers of metallic and acrylic paints, Trisha uses credit cards instead of a brush to construct her brightly coloured London Cityscapes.

Charlotte Buchan

CG artist

A still shot from a computer animated re-interpretation of Giorgio de Chirico's paintings. The paintings featured in the animation include The Anxious Journey (1913), Mystery and Melancholy of a Street (1914). The painting entered is Mystery and Melancholy of a Street (1914).


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