We are pleased to be involved in the new Tithebarn Workshops initiative… the Lockdown Window Exhibition:
The idea is to add a bit of culture to your daily walk by having a regularly changed window display of Serena’s paintings in the windows. All the artists at the Tithebarn Workshops are taking part, so you should be able to take a small, artistic detour around the windows of the Workshops…
As we previously mentioned, SerenArts is able to continue to offer our photocopying and printing service during the current lockdown. This is by appointment only by emailing us at email@example.com or phoning on 0758 102 1135.
PHOTOCOPYING: If you have important medical documents, shipping labels, worksheets etc, just contact us and together we can arrange suitable drop off / collection times.
PRINTING: We continue to work with our clients on their printing requirements, including book design, graphic design, greeting cards from artwork, business stationary, Covid safety signage etc.
If you have any questions or queries please contact us at any time.
Well, we all knew it was coming and… we’re sorry to say… that the doors of SerenArts Gallery are now closed again until Boris says otherwise.
As before, we are allowed to continue with our printing and photocopying side of the business, but to ensure both your safety and ours, this is by prior appointment (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0758 102 1135). Contact us at any time to discuss your requirements or make an appointment.
Serena’s artwork, book and cards are also available online from her website… serenarts.com
You can also purchase our jewellery and accessories via this very website… just go to the online shop using the menu above.
We will hopefully be able to reopen in the not too distant future and would, once again, like to say a big thank you to all the fantastic local people for their continued support during difficult time.
Well… 2020 was certainly a bumpy ride! But we’re still here and ready for the renewed challenges that 2021 will bring. We will hopefully be updating our online shop over the coming weeks as new years stock arrives, so please come back soon to see the new goodies!
We did have a little scare over the festive period when the River decided to get rather full again…
We got away with this one and hope that anyone hit by it this time is now all dried out and safe.
We would like to thank everyone for the tremendous local support they have shown SerenArts and the other units at the Tithebarn Workshops and wish you all a very happy and prosperous new year.
This little fella turned up recently at the Tithebarn Workshops. We’ve called him Simon as he seems to be hybrid of a rat and a squirrel… Simon Rat’ll! He doesn’t seem to have any tail envy despite there being at least another 4 very fuzzy specimens that frequent the garden.
Just a quick message to anyone looking for that last minute gift… all the units at the Tithebarn Workshops are open today and tomorrow… we hope to see you soon and Merry Christmas to all.
After what can best be described as an Annus horribilis, we at SerenArts would just like to say a huge thank you and a very Merry Christmas to all of our lovely customers. We have been overwhelmed by the support from the people of this great town and thanks to their continued backing, we are able to look forward to 2021 and what the new year will bring.
We hope you all have a fantastic festive period and are able to see some of your loved ones. We look forward to seeing you all in the new year.
Only three more sleeps and we’re able to reopen our gallery to all you lovely people…
Everything is ready to welcome our customers back and our shelves are stacked with great Christmas pressie ideas. There is a great choice of gifts available from all the units at the Tithebarn Workshops.
A huge thank you to everyone who has continued to support SerenArts Gallery during Lockdown 2:0 and we very much look forward to seeing you all again very soon.
The clever people who have set up this selling space have already got over 7000 members and over 300 stalls selling a range of gifts suitable for Christmas pressies. This not only gives customers a chance to buy locally while many shops have to remain shut, but also supports local small businesses and producers during these very difficult times.