The Mulberry Tree is one of the south coast's most popular independent galleries with a passion for all things beautiful and creative.   We're lucky to have forged close ties with some of the most talented artists and crafts folk working today and pride ourselves on giving, you our lovely customers, fresh inspiration for your homes - it's all about "making your home more beautiful"

Come and visit us or browse our collection of original paintings, limited edition prints, hand-crafted ceramics,  custom-made jewellery, lifestyle, vintage, homeware products. our legendary greetings card ranges, stationery and a bespoke picture framing service.

Our tastes are as unique as the individuals we serve so you're bound to find that perfect gift for someone special, be it yourself or a loved one. 

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Christmas Window

Well we've been thinking about this window since August when most of us were sunning ourselves on the beach somewhere hot and tropical!

We were approached by the artist Nolon Stacey many months ago and although we wanted to take his work straight away we felt that they would make the most stunning Christmas window so we held off until this week when the new window went it.

Nolon has been drawing all his life. As a child it was a passion he followed throughout school, and after taking a different turn to gain a degree in Mathematics from The University of Warwick, he soon returned to drawing.  He began by specialising in human portraiture before moving onto drawing dogs. After a few years, Nolon decided it was time to move onto a subject which would give him more artistic freedom and so began drawing the local wildlife.

His approach is to give life and character to each of his subjects while achieving a high level of realism.  Gaining inspiration from living in the Yorkshire Dales and the picturesque surroundings and varied wildlife around him, Nolon has gone on to create a large portfolio of work of both domestic and wild animals.

Alongside Nolon we have the amazingly talented artist and maker Gemma Rees whose hand sculpted hares compliment Nolon's work perfectly.