Our Services

BLUE CEDAR EXHIBITIONS

Here at blue cedar we exhibit a lot of artists work. You will find past, current and future exhibitions on this website. Exhibitions usually last around a month so there is plenty of time to come and view them. Please visit the exhibition section of our page to view all that we offer.

BLUE CEDAR ONLINE STORE

You can see examples of the work of over 100 local artists at Blue Cedar Online. Blue Cedar promotes a celebration of all forms of arts, nature, colour and life in all of its glorious forms. All of the Exhibitions since April 2011 have been put online. Please visit our online store and take a look at what we offer.

BLUE CEDAR PRINT WORKS

Blue Cedar can also offer a printing service. We have two of the largest printers in the West Country, so can print up to 60″ wide up to virtually any length. We also have a studio with a large format camera dedicated to photographing artwork to digitize your work. Please visit our Blue Cedar Print Works website for further information.

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About us

 

photographic-studioWelcome to the website of Blue Cedar Art Gallery.  Glastonbury, has a large creative community and we put on exhibitions featuring some of the best art from the area, though we shall also feature artists from further afield from time to time.

Blue Cedar was established in 2010 by Glastonbury residents Angela Watson and Paul Manning. 

We opened our first gallery in 2010 on the High Street. With its large creative community, they felt that Glastonbury needed an outlet for this talent especially as two other galleries in town had closed down earlier.  They also felt that this new venue would be different.  It was to be more of an art center, where people can meet to learn about art, certainly not a shop that sells paintings.

We relocated in 2012 when the café closed down to the Print Works on Silver Street, which is only a short walk from the High Street.  We have got a number of exhibitions planned and we have been a venue for Somerset Arts Weeks since September 2010.