About Us

Welcome  to Spring Farm Arts, and to Spring Farm Artists.

Jenny Graham creates atmospheric work in a variety of media, including paint, etching and assemblages. David Graham, who is a newcomer at Spring Farm, produces moody, subtle photographs of sea and shorelines.

Anne Farmer exhibits  watercolours and drawings in the Cider barn Gallery while next door Pam Martin, of Somerset Stitch continues to explore her passion for stitch making in her new stitchery.

Together we artists benefit from  the creative atmosphere and companionship of Spring Farm Arts.  The individual details of our work and availability will be found on the Members page of this site.

Our association goes back historically to the days of the former Moorlynch Vineyard. Now the buildings host a variety of workshops and businesses.  The beautiful surroundings have inspired many artists and makers;  exhibitions have become a regular and popular feature of on-site activity –  often under the banner of Somerset Arts Weeks as well as Spring Farm Arts and ‘Christmas at Moorlinch’.

The picturesque Polden village of Moorlinch is the setting for the 200-year-old traditional stone and red-roofed buildings of the farm.  There are  breath-taking views from the crest of Knowle Hill, looking out over the vast panorama of the Somerset Levels.  Historic St Mary’s Church is a stone’s throw away, and a stroll of a couple of hundred yards will bring you to the Ring O’ Bells pub.

Spring Farm has always been an important part of the life of the village – first as one of the major working farms, later, as Moorlynch Vineyard, as a sought-out tourist destination. We are happy to continue the traditional of working in the heart of the community.

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