Nature in Art Gallery and Museum

Welcome to Nature in Art, the world’s first museum and art gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature.

Our unrivalled collection is housed in a fine Georgian mansion, featured in Simon Jenkins’s book ‘England’s 1000 Best Houses’, just outside the famous cathedral city of Gloucester.

This website gives you a glimpse of Nature in Art, its collections and exhibitions, and the extensive programme of events and activities that take place throughout the year.




Opening Times: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
plus Good Friday and Bank Holiday Mondays
Closed Dec 24-26

Special Exhibitions

September 15th - November 15th

89468 SML  Bird's Eye View SML

Photos by Oscar Dewhurst and Brydon Thomason


Fresh from its launch in London on September 14th, come and see the winning and highly commended photographs from this highly acclaimed competition. Extraordinary pictures of our rarest fauna and flora and the wildlife on our doorstep.

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This was taken on one of the last sunny days in September at Nature in Art. The sun has caught this owl sculpture (by Peter Walwin); it looks even more impressive than usual. Why not share your images of your garden with us, are the leaves beginning to turn already?! ... See MoreSee Less

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Opinionated and enjoy looking at British Wildlife photography? Then why not come along to our Wallsworth Art Group meeting next Monday, 5th October. The evening is themed on the latest British Wildlife Photography Awards which is on show now in our galleries. Enjoy a private view and share your views on the winning and highly-commended images. Call 01452 731422 for more information and to book.
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Artist in Residence This Week

September 29th - October 4th: DAVID COOK

After his art training David worked at Country Life Magazine as a research and scientific photographer. This is experience is reflected in his approach to art. Various examples, including paper sculpture and paper cutting, are included in collections world-wide. Working with the scientists at The Cumberland Pencil Company, for over twenty-five years he has helped invent, evaluate and promote all Derwent art products in America, Canada and Japan as well as in Britain – writing articles, a book and making three videos too.