Avon Works Exhibition at Grounded

Following up on our previous post it was very nice to see that the Town Council picked up on our exhibition of Serena’s work at Grounded in Bradford on Avon…


A big thank you again for all the support from Jim and the team and, of course, the fantastic staff at Grounded.


Iron Duke Exhibition at Grounded Cafe


Serena has been asked to take part in the new exhibition at Grounded Cafe in Bradford on Avon.  It features the Iron Duke as part of the Avon Works project and tells the history of the Avon and its role in the town.

Serena’s photographic artwork compliments this story and is available to view and purchase, along with a range of greeting cards…


Why not pop down to Grounded for a coffee or a spot of lunch and take a look?

SerenArts Gallery 2018 Calendar

SerenArts Gallery 2018 calendar is now out and this year features the stunning photographic artwork that Serena has been working on. Printed by SerenArts, this beautiful calendar is available to purchase online. You can see the full layout of each month by clicking on the images below. The calendar is a printed A4 over 13 pages (including cover) on quality 250gsm paper, and ring bound ready to hang. To get your copy visit our website

Free Bradford on Avon Street Map


Since the beginning of this week, Serena has now relocated from her home studio to take up residence, full time in the gallery.  Consequently we have just completed our first joint project which is now available to customers free of charge.

We have created a street map of the town incorporating some of the more popular attractions, using Serena’s photographic artwork and Mike’s graphic design.  It’s a good way to have our promotional flyer on one side and the map on the other and not only tell people where we are but also provide some useful tourist tips to our visitors.

We will keep you up to date with the latest projects as and when they happen.  In the meantime, please pop down and pick up your free copy any time.

Glass Art Commissions

Following on from our last post, we thought we’d remind you that Serena also offers a glass art commission service.  Below are just the two latest pieces that we have been asked to create for clients…

Whether it’s a wedding, a birthday or just something for yourself, Serena will be able to help design a work to suit.  We now have table lamps as well as vases which can be commissioned so please get in touch if you would like more information.

Photographic Art Commissions


Serena is offering a bespoke commission service in which she will produce an original artwork of your house, car or pet utilising her photographic art techniques.

Working from your original photograph, the piece will be created in a style to suit your individual requirements.

Once the final work has been approved it can be reproduced as either a mounted print or a canvas in a range of sizes depending on your budget or wall space.

We have recently put the piece below on an 18″ x 14″ canvas for a customer who wanted her lovely little scotty on a narrowboat picture.  She brought in a photo of her pet and Serena used that and one of her original photos of a narrowboat to create the artwork…


We can also offer this service to businesses, restaurants etc, who would like to theme or personalise their decor.  If this is something that would interest you then please get in touch.  We can even arrange to supply you with the artwork free of charge in exchange for you making it available to purchase by your customers.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Barton Bridge Pillbox


Over the coming weeks you will notice some work being done on the Pillbox next to Barton Bridge, just across from the Bradford Rowing Club.

As part of the Preservation Trust’s work in Bradford on Avon, they are clearing the area around the pillbox and creating a path and information lectern to promote this well known local site.  We at SerenArts Gallery have been commissioned by the Trust to do the artwork for the lectern, which will be completed and installed soon.

It’s always nice to see areas around the Tithebarn Workshops being regenerated bringing in extra visitors and hopefully, with the new Dunkirk film out now, there will be additional interest in this historic building.