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Flower Power

Opens 8 - 23 May

Flower Power

Painting - Ceramics - Textiles - Photography - Jewellery by 29 Artists

Gill Bowditch - Wendy Brammall - David Brims - Marion Browning - Bianca Delgado Katrin Eagle - Karen Eames - Judi Glover - Gilli Gregory
Sue Halloway - Barbara Hamilton - Oliver Hellowell - Pippa Hufton - Rachel Hunt Chris Jenkins - Ruth Lacey - Jean E Lee - Cathy McCarthy - Tori McLean
Sharon Miles - Rosie Parmley - Becks Porter - Debra Pike - Naomi Ross
Clarissa Russell - Carrie Swinburne - Bruce Thomas - Rose Thomas - Sue Wells

Future Exhibitions

Shapes & Patterns in Creativity
29 May - 13 June

An exhibition by disabled artists.
Curated by Fae Kilburn and Clarke Reynolds.

UnHooked - the Art of the Misunderstood
9 - 17 October

An exhibition raising awareness of mental health and funds for Solent Mental Health

Artwork by 13 emerging female artists.

Caitlin Holford

Featured Artists

Ashleigh Spice

Ashleigh Spice is a photographer and artist and has a rare condition affecting her central nervous system called Neurocardiogenic Presyncope, along with Autism, Epilepsy and other comorbidities.  She graduated from university in 2013 with a First Class BA (Hons) in Photography.
Ashleigh was bed-bound, unable to move or speak when she was younger, and still struggles to this day.  She requires daily help to take care of herself and is an ambulatory wheelchair user. These 'interruptions' she has had to deal with in life have been the soul context around her art.
Ashleigh’s work often depicts how her Autism and physical health have restricted large parts of her life. Ashleigh’s portraits encourage the analysis of the self, attempting to display her disabilities that often appear hidden in a typical photograph or certainly in daily life.
‘My practice is a way for me to breathe; to be able to step back from my life which can get very hectic in my brain and help me look at it from a spectator’s view and process it easier.  I like that it gives others a chance to see how I see.  It’s mindful and therapeutic – I get lost in it.  I think it helps me understand myself and how I am feeling.  I started the same line of work when I was just 13 (self-portraits, eyes) and only when I was around 23 I started to realise why I am so intrigued by that – my health! And, after being diagnosed in 2019, my autism!’
Instagram:        Ashleigh Spice @ashleighspiceart            Web:             www.ashleighspice.com


Mernpunk was established in 2017, with owners Dale and Matt Lodge having a passion for recycling and eco-reuse. Beginning with repairing and upcycling furniture, Mernpunk has since expanded into lighting and art, primarily due to a chance meeting with the owner of a mannequin recycling business.  All of Mernpunk’s art and design pieces are made using discarded items that would otherwise have been destined for landfill.

The drive behind Mernpunk’s art is to see something that could so easily have ended up poluting the planet turned into something beautiful and functional for the home.

One of our areas of speciality is our ‘one of a kind’ mannequin art lamps and homewares. These pieces are made by reusing former shop mannequins which are no longer in a condition to be useful in retail. Every shop mannequin is either made from fibreglass or plastic, which makes them very hard to dispose of at the end of their lifetime. This is one of the many reason we have chosen to recycle them into art pieces and eyecatching homewares – what better way to give them a new use in life and save them from landfill!

Mernpunk is a Member of the House of Upcycling, the UK’s leading professional upcycling authority and Industry Partner of the BIID (British Institute of Interior Design)




Gallery Images

Latest Videos

Video 1. Arts & Crafts at the Edge

Video 2. Winter Exhibition SHiNE

Videos of other exhibitions and events can be found at our Videos Page via the link below.

Events Calendar

6 October

Acrylic Seascape Workshop

Tuesday - 10.00 - 12.30

Acrylic Seascape Workshop with Maggie Cochran.

Fully Booked.

12 October

Acrylic Seascape Workshop

Monday - 10.00 - 12.30

Acrylic Seascape Workshop with Maggie Cochran.

Fully Booked.

January 2021

Make a Felted Bowl Workshop

Monday - 10.00 - 14.00

Learn how to use a resist and wet felt your fibres to create a bowl of your own design and then embellish the bowl with a variety of materials of your choice.  All materials and equipment will be provided.

Fully Booked

7 December

Watercolour Workshop

Monday - 10.00 - 12.0

Watercolour Workshop with Maggie Cochran.

Fully Booked

8 December

Watercolour Workshop

Tuesday - 10.00 - 12.00

Watercolour workshop with Maggie Cochran.

Fully Booked

2021 tba

Card Making Workshop

Monday - 10.00 - 12.30

Card making workshop with artist Sarah Stamps.

To book email: yellowedgegallery@gmail.com.

New Works

We aims to have on show new, different, and challenging art, in a variety of forms,  by new and existing artists. 

We are also looking to promote and support the work of established and emerging artists.

Yellow Edge Gallery

107 Stoke Road
PO12 1LR.

Telephone: 07579 768376

Google User:

“Fantastic gallery in Gosport showing a range of contemporary art. The exhibitions are changed regularly and I’m always excited to see what comes next! “

Opening Hours

Monday – 11.00 – 15.00

Tuesday – 11.00 – 15.00

Wednesday – 11.00 – 15.00

Thursday – 11.00 – 15.00

Friday – 11.00 – 15.00

Saturday – 12.00 – 17.00

Sunday – 12.00am – 17.00

Viewing by appointment outside these times.


Stoke Road is a short walk / taxi ride from Gosport Ferry, up the High Street.  The gallery is just before Waitrose on your left.
Bus Routes E1, E2, X5, 9 & 9A pass the gallery and there is ample free parking in the Jamaica Place south car park at the rear of the Gallery.