Exhibition: The Art of Illustration Starts 20th February
Ends 17th March
Tuesday 20 February to Saturday 17 March, 10am - 4.30pm

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Explore the magic of illustration in this exhibition of visual storytelling from Cassia Thomas and friends, part of the 2018 Cranleigh Literary Festival. 

Cassia was born and raised in North London. She drew (a lot), grew (a little), and eventually, in 2008, received an MA in Children’s Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art. Cassia has been twice selected for The Cheltenham Illustration Award Show, and she has exhibited alongside Wayne Anderson and Shaun Tan at The Lightbox, Woking.


Exhibition: Magic and Loss Starts 20th March
Ends 31st March
Tuesday 20 March to Saturday 31 March

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An exhibition of art work by Pete Hind-Fletcher and Natalie Davies. 

Rain washes away memory and erodes permanence. There’s always a mark on a new leaf which stains the retina. Unpredictable shapes occur making a decision on our landscape; a compost that feeds all life. 

'Magic and Loss' is a collaborative of contrasting artworks developed in response to personal reflection, mood and nature.


Exhibition:Saints, Dragons & Other Creatures Starts 3rd July
Ends 14th July
Tuesday 3 July – Saturday 14 July, 10am to 4.30pm
A joint exhibition between Louise Grundy Artist in Residence and the students of St Josephs Specialist School and College, Cranleigh. 

Louise is a local artist who makes sculptural heads, based on family history and historic photographs, using Paper Mache. The exhibition combines Louise’s personal work and her collaborations with the students. They explore themes such as saints, dragons and other creatures.