I was going through my older files to free up some hard drive space… as you do!… and I came across a few images that we used on a project for the Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust some years ago…
We were involved in the setting up and printing of the book about the Barton Farm area by Margaret Dobson and Gareth Slater ‘Barton Farm – The Last Thousand Years’. I had no idea about the amount of history there was in the area our Workshop occupies. A very interesting project indeed…
Hope you enjoy looking at some of these great old paintings.
We posted recently that SerenArts were delighted to have been commissioned to design and produce this informative booklet for this excellent local group. We picked up the story in the Wiltshire Times and have been seeing it popping up across various websites and social media.
The work this organisation does is vital to the local families and individuals who are affected by this terrible condition so for more information about them why not visit their website.
If you would like more information about our design and printing services, or to discuss a printing project, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Despite the rather inclement weather this weekend we couldn’t help noticing how lovely the Hens Orchard is looking now. The well established fruit trees are in beautiful bloom and the meadow is perfectly kept to compliment this area of Barton Farm.
SerenArts Gallery were recently commissioned to update the map of the orchard’s trees, planting layout and donors…
This poster has been split in two sections and will be going in the display case next to the bend in the path. We even put in the stunning wrought iron bench that was put in situ in memory of Simon Relph. Simon was an active member of the Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust and instrumental in the project to bring the Orchard back to its former glory.
With the increase in the number of visitors to Bradford on Avon and the Barton Farm Country Park, we thought we would put together a very simple little booklet giving information about this beautiful area. This A6 landscape booklet will be available from this Thursday at SerenArts Gallery
There will be a brief history of the Barton Farm area, a bit on the wildlife in the Country Park, a few of the many walks available and just some general information.
I came across this aerial photo of the Barton Farm and surrounding area when I was going through some old files the other day. It was used in a project we worked on for the Preservation Trust, for their book on the history of Barton Farm. Very interesting to see places you know from above and it does show what a beautiful area we have the pleasure to work in…
We got a bit of a shock yesterday when Jackie phoned to ask if SerenArts had permanently closed! NO! Fake news!
We’re not sure what happened but Google had our gallery listed as permanently closed. We would like to point out that this is absolutely not the case and we are very much looking forward to being able to reopen our lovely gallery in just 39 sleeps. We have already contacted Google to get this error corrected and hope to see you all on Monday 12th April (as long as Boris doesn’t change his mind!).
Just as a little reminder… we are currently able to offer our printing and photocopying services as it is considered an essential service, so please feel free to contact us at any time with your requirements.