Art Gallery

We are now open but subject to Government recommended guidelines.


We currently have a Large Ground floor Artist/ Craft studio with

Bi fold door access. (Sorry not suitable for Motor trades etc) There is

restricted use so please contact us with your intended usage.

Please contact us for details.

* We also have a smaller 1st floor studio which is ideal for an artist or

crafts person. Please contact us for more information.


We are looking for volunteers to work in our Chair Making Museum and Art gallery, if you are

interested and can spare some time then we would love to hear from you, please contact Robert on

01494 533302 or e-mail us using our contact page.


Artists. We are calling for artwork, please contact us for further

information or submit images of your work for consideration, thank you.


We welcome Anna to our gallery, come and view some new amazing prints from Anna Smallwood.



Wendy Early ~ we are pleased to include Wendy here at Kraft Village. Her work is excellent and includes  a quite diverse range of fine detailed drawings to acrylic paintings and sculpture.

Debra Esterhuizen Debra’s work is amazing, her pictures with their fine detail and colours are not actually paint at all but are created with the skilful use of felts. Debra lives in Cumbria and passes on her unbelievable talent at various workshop events which are well  attended and found to be therapeutic.

Gordon King Gordon is without doubt one of our countries most well-known and outstanding contemporary artists. Each ‘masterpiece’ is instantly recognisable whether it be oil, watercolour or acrylic and can only be best described as excellent and we are privileged to exhibit his superior work.

Poppi Harrison Poppi is a resident artist here at Kraft Village and paints mostly in oils. Her attention to  fine detail and colour is commendable and which she painstakingly portrays onto canvas. The finished pictures depict her heart felt love for the beauty of flowers, whatever the time of year these beautiful paintings will bring a reminder of the season and promise of Spring, Summer or Winter.

 Simon Childs Simon’s digital creations are unbelievably impressive. The original colourful and geometric prints are mounted on a metal backing and then a specialised type of coating is applied to provide a must  see and amazing explosion of depth and magical qualities ~ “mesmerising”.

Peter Rhoades Peter is a professional photographer specialising in natural subjects and wildlife. His patience and ability to find and photograph the beauty of nature is second to none. The artist inside Peter is only satisfied with the very best prints and so following hours of work and multitudes of shots a minority  are intuitively selected for the highest quality and definition resulting in his unique breath-taking images.  

Chloe Harford   Chloe makes wonderful Raku fired animal sculptures inspired by the wildlife around the world and in particular from the surrounding woodlands and banks of the river Taymar surrounding her workshop. Chloe’s work is in great demand and are obtainable from over 20 galleries throughout the country. Come and see our selection of these beautiful detailed pieces. 

Christina Bishop    ‘Egg craft’  Christina makes beautiful decorated eggs. Starting with duck, goose, swan and ostrich egg’s etc they are carefully cut and crafted into a variety of methods and shapes then painted and decorated with hand made flowers. The fine detail is enhanced with decorative ribbons and beads etc. Christina takes commissions and can make the perfect gift for a range of different uses such as jewellery, weddings, displays etc. 

Duffs of London   The stones used in these exquisite pieces were individually selected by Dee in Sri Lanka, each stone is hand or laser cut. Once polished the gems are mounted to form a variety of bracelets, bangles, rings, necklaces and ear rings. See this beautiful range of unique jewellery.

Robert Bishop RPT There are those that turn wood and then there are wood turners. Robert is a wood turner that creates beautiful one off pieces that are often more art form than turning. His stunning work is included in collections worldwide as well as the UK. These special pieces are inspirational and more often than not dictated by the individual wood as opposed to any initial pre-conceived ideas. These are indeed special skills that endorse the Kraftinwood logo ethos ~  ’Turning trees into treasure’. 

Anna Smallwood  Annas work is simply outstanding, a range of animals so far include a Rhino, Giraffe, Lion cub, Leopard & Elephant ~  the finest detail is quite amazing. the Giclée prints are perfectly presented on 280gsm paper using high quality inks for longevity.

To find us follow the Brown road Tourist Road signs to CHAIR MAKING MUSEUM 

 Our address is 

Kraftinwood, Kraft Village, Grafton Street, High Wycombe, Bucks  HP12 3AJ 


 Please note our normal opening hours:-


Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm, Closed all day Thursday, Sunday opening 12 to 5pm.




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