Open Day

Our next open day is on Wednesday 7th September. Between 11 and 6 you are invited to visit the studios of Veronica Gosling, Gordon Hill and Mai Sanchez and explore the garden and gallery. There will also be coffee and cake!

Do you want to support the arts?


Are you interested in supporting the arts?

Here at Studio 36 we have been voluntarily working closely with Age UK for their initiative entitled ‘Budding Friends’.

During our workshops we have explored themes of colour and emotion, patchwork, collage and doodles. Despite regular comments of: “What am I doing here, I cant draw” we have hosted six groups for regular workshops and the results have been fantastic…

Would you be interested, or do you know any one that might be be interested in showing any of the final pieces??
If you have an office or communal work space and would like to support and encourage everyone involved, it would be great to hear from you.

The following images have been created in our most recent sessions…

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Our ‘Budding Friends’ in the early stages of a communal painting that explores colour and emotion.

If you can help support this Age UK Exeter project please get in touch with us. Any ideas welcome.

For all enquiries please contact Veronica at / 01392 256206

Have you seen our new gallery?

Just to remind you that our gallery has recently had a full makeover and is now hosting a full range of Veronica’s indoor artworks in one place…
As always our doors are open to visitors looking to purchase work or take a look around, but please make sure to ring in advance!


Don’t forget you are also welcome to visit our garden, and we encourage you to delve deeper into the undergrowth..

Mai Sanchez has a new garden studio, and you are welcome to view her unique illustrations offering a strange perspective of well observed people and their habitations.

We also have a variety of other garden residents, so be prepared to share your visit with a large flock of birds, a circus performing dog and Veronica’s sons ossified into an eternal conversation.

Image sent to us by Jo Clarke after her recent visit to the gallery and Garden.

Image sent to us by Jo Clarke after her recent visit to the gallery and Garden.