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How we work.... Dungeness Open Studios

Four cherished and ever-evolving studios open to the public on Dungeness beach.

Open all year... throughout the seasons.

Dungeness Open Studios are situated at: Marina, Dungeness Rd, Romney Marsh, Kent. TN29 9ND
(On the corner opposite the old black lighthouse) - Open daily from 10:30 am until dusk.

It is generally unnecessary to make an appointment, unless you are making a special trip to Dungeness or would like to view a painting that you have seen online.

We are happy to set up a special viewing - At a time to suit you...

Avoid any disappointment by contacting us a day or so before your planned visit to the beach at Dungeness, Kent.

To make an appointment to view a painting that you have seen on this site Contact Us.

By Road to Dungeness

  • Exit the M20 at Junction 10 and follow the B2070 signposted Brenzett and Lydd Airport - It is about 15 miles from Ashford to Lydd.
  • After you pass Lydd airport you drive over a hump backed bridge and then turn immediately left.
  • A short distance down that road and you come to a roundabout - turn left - Signposted to Dungeness.
  • Continue along this road - you will be passing the RSPB bird sanctuary, flanked by lakes.
  • Go past the Dungeness Power Station Entrance on your right - continue until the right turn on the sharp bend.
  • Enter the Dungeness Estate through the open white gates, continue along this road - pass the striped lighthouse on your left.
  • Open Studios are located at Marina, which is the last dwelling on your left, before the corner and the old black lighthouse.

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Dungeness Open Studios - How we work....

Four open studios on the West-side beach.

All work on show is made to a standard finish in the fourth studio to the right of Studio 2 and completed over time in early morning sessions in these hand-made buildings.

Generally as soon as paintings, prints or drawings are more or less completed they make their way here prior to purchase, or further exhibition.

We do not consider these spaces to be a 'gallery' as such, more a public extension of a continuing working practice enabling the preview of work in a clean and organised environment.

Studio two show

Studio two show

Photo by Marc Christmas