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Art in Penallt

A three day event, featuring local and international artists and makers.
29th August 2020 - 31st August 2020


After some years in the heart of the village, in 2019 Art in Penallt moved to Humble by Nature on the edge of Penallt. Here, Kate Humble and Ludo Graham have established a thriving rural skills centre on a working farm with excellent facilities for events such as this. 

Art in Penallt organises an annual art exhibition of high quality, contemporary work in the village of Penallt. The organising team are all local volunteers who have, since 2010, developed a close association with local schools, Made in Monmouthshire, the Inn at Penallt and Creates Gallery. The purpose is to stimulate interest and enthusiasm amongst all age groups in the artistic process of creating a broad range of art and craft forms and to sell a wide variety of high-quality artwork with any profit donated to charity.

Artists, makers and visitors from far afield now recognise Art in Penallt which each year attracts new exhibitors and demonstrators as well as established favourites like our patrons, the potter Walter Keeler and the artist Richard Wills. Curator Ann Bradley and her team are hard at work from January onwards, developing each year’s fine art show. Selecting exhibitors from many applicants is never an easy task and to ensure that the show brings in exciting new artists, exhibitors are not normally selected for more than two consecutive years which can make for tough choices.

At the heart of Humble by Nature is a beautiful, old barn which will house the fine art exhibition for three days while on Saturday & Sunday only, a range of stalls and demonstrations by artists and makers will be found in nearby marquees and gazebos. 

More details to follow.



  • Arts and Crafts
  • Major Event


Humble by Nature
Upper Meend Farm
NP25 4RP
01600 714595

O/S Ref: SO 507089


Humble by Nature is based just outside of Monmouth in the Wye Valley. Easily accessible, situated close to the M4, M5 and M50.

From the North, Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye & M50

Take the A40 Southbound exiting at Monmouth, follow signposts to the B4293 directing you through two left turns towards Trellech/ Chepstow. After the series of bends the road straightens and at the top of the hill, with views on your right, take the first left hand turn, signposted towards Penallt. Continue for approximately 1 mile, taking the next available left - signposted 'The Craig/ No through rd'. Humble by Nature is the first entrance on the left.

From the east, Bristol & the M4

Exiting the M4 towards Chepstow and the Old Severn Crossing, follow signposts along the A466 to Chepstow Racecourse. At the Racecourse take the first exit at the roundabout signposted B4293 to Devauden. Continue along this road passing through Devauden, Llanishen and Trelleck. Almost 3 miles after Trellech, with magnificent views on your left, take a sharp right signposted Penallt. Continue for approximately 1 mile, taking the next available left - signposted 'The Craig/ No through rd'. Humble by Nature is the first entrance on the left.

If using a Sat Nav please do not take the turning marked 'Old Church Penallt'. The turning for 'The Craig' is 100m away on the same side of the road as you leave Penallt heading towards Monmouth.

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  • Monmouth


Humble by Nature

Humble by Nature is a working farm and rural skills centre owned by broadcaster Kate Humble, based in Penallt just outside Monmouth.

Attraction in or near Monmouth