On this page you can find details of past exhibitions which have been held at Leith Hill Place. For details of our current exhibitions, please use the link at the bottom of the page.
In autumn 2018 we exhibited a display of wood engravings by Gwen Raverat, grand daughter of famous naturalist Charles Darwin.
Visitors were delighted by our interactive art installation of a bevy of larks which hung in our entrance hall in 2018.
From 6 July-3 September 2018, the pottery of this local creative collective was on display at Leith Hill Place, and we ran workshops in July to contribute to a mass art piece.
Three artists in residence explore the past at Leith Hill Place
For the month of October, the National Trust hosted an exhibition at Leith Hill Place to mark the Great Storm of 1987 and the devastation on the surrounding landscape of Leith Hill.
'Among the Trees' was an inspiring photographic exhibition by local photographer, Stuart Burch.
John Whittaker, exhibited his oil paintings on canvas at Leith Hill Place between Friday 5 May and Sunday 18 June 2017.
Visitors were able to view the timeless beauty of Wedgwood ceramics in an exciting exhibition at Leith Hill Place in 2017.
An exhibition of silk paintings inspired by nature by Wendy Undazan, 24 March-1 May 2017
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