The Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm or by appointment.
An 1827 barn has been rebuilt and transformed into a pioneer gallery. The two story addition can accommodate many functions with a spaces for films, workshops, receptions, book launches, weddings, retreats, lectures, meetings and tea parties. Portable soft seating is available for up to 100 people.
In the rear of the gallery, The Porch Room provides additional space for meetings and features a fully equipped kitchen. Just outside, a large covered porch known as The South Porch opens to breathtaking views of the land and valley where gardens, lawns and terraces encourage photographers and gardeners. A large in-ground pool offers recreational activities. Geothermal heating and cooling has been installed to provide a low carbon footprint for the gallery building.
In addition to the featured exhibit, the gallery building also houses a library museum that contains the Amice Calverley collection and the David Horne architecture library. The unusual collection of books is available as a research centre and web reference library.