Private View on Friday 22 July 5pm at the Chapel, followed by a talk with Sarah Price and a Seasonal Summer Supper. Booking essential for the talk and supper.


George trained at Camberwell School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools and has work in public and private collections worldwide. He paints landscapes and seascapes using only the primary colours oil colours and white producing extraordinary ranges of colour. He has received tributes from Frank Aurbach, John Lahr and Andrew Lambirth.

George spent two weeks in Sarah Price’s garden creating 19 spectacular paintings. They have little in the way of botanical detail but are rich in colour and energy. He describes Sarah’s garden as : “An enchanting, secluded place with a special atmosphere and light and delicate touch; a sort of tamed but still vigorous wildness. It was thrilling to be the garden of a young designer with a reputation for an iconoclastic and experimental approach to planting arrangements.”

By kind permission of Michael Richardson, Art Space Gallery, London



Sarah trained as an artist in Fine Art (1st class honours degree) before deciding to create gardens – delicately detailed private spaces as well as large public works. Sarah lives with her husband and two young children at the home that once belonged to her grandparents. She works in the Victorian walled gardens and old glass houses “now my garden is a laboratory of ideas.’

Sarah has won numerous awards and gold medals at RHS Chelsea. She is contributing editor for Gardens Illustrated, House & Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts Magazine and The Telegraph. “Violets and purples are unusual colours to see in a garden painting but where we live in South Wales you see these colours at sunset. At that time of day you can look at a garden and see it in a purely visual, sensual way. I step back and enjoy being propelled into that moment – a joyful moment. This is why I make gardens.”

Arts Council of Wales Collectorplan scheme available for the purchase of original art. More information via the link below.