Window Gallery Display

Whilst closed there will be a changing Window Gallery of works by various artists. The current Window Gallery has worked by Lincolnshire designers Mernpunk, London artist Kevin Harrison and Hampshire artist Garrick Palmer.

If you are interested in any artworks on show email us at:

OH NO Not Again!

Artwork by Kevin Harrison

Yes, unfortunately we are closed again, due to lockdown and remain closed until further notice We look forward to welcoming you back when we reopen

Power To Us

Unfortunately, we have had to postpone 'Power To Us', our January exhibition, of artworks by 13 up and coming women artists, which was due to take place 13 – 24 January. We will be looking to rearrange the exhibition later in the year.

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:

Featured Artists

Jonathan Thompson

Jonathan Thompson – The Solent Way – A Printer’s Progress

 Jonathan is a Painter-Printmaker who has received several awards for his work at the Mall Galleries and Camberwell College of Arts London.  We are fortunate to have on display 12 prints by Jonathan from a series The Solent Way – a Printer’s Progress, which depicts a journey along The Solent Way. 

The Solent Way is a 60 mile footpath between Emsworth and Milford on Sea in Hampshire.  Along this coastal journey Jonathan has produced a series of prints, using the landscape as a narrative to create prints in the British Visionary tradition.  The idea of the journey as a pilgrimage is at the core to his work influenced by John Bunyan’s ‘The Pilgrims Progress.’

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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)




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 – closed

Tuesday – closed

Wednesday – 11.00am – 3.00pm

Thursday – 11.00am – 3.00pm

Friday – 11.00am – 3.00pm

Saturday – 11.00am – 3.00pm

Sunday – 11.00am – 3.00pm

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.