Since its inception in 2020, Gallery No.32 has worked with over 200 artists, creatives, and organisations to produce free and accessible public art exhibitions and programmes across the UK.
With your ongoing support, we can expand our efforts, continuing to provide free and unique exhibition spaces for artists to work innovatively, explore daring and ambitious new ideas, and develop their practice with confidence alongside an ever-growing network of artists and creatives.
Unlocking new opportunities relies on evidence of the meaningful impact we've made on you—our artists, visitors, and friends. Your individual feedback will collectively shape the future of Gallery No.32. To contribute, please share your feedback below.
Thank you. We really appreciate your words.
Meg and Kieran xx
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“Taking part in Gallery No.32's Winter Sculpture Park has been life changing. Their acceptance and encouragement has given me the confidence to push my practice and allow it to remain in a state of challenge, exploration and serious play. The platform of the gallery brings together an incredible mixture of artists at all stages of their careers working in a range of disciplines. This method of curation has ensured ego is left at the door and that art practice is at the forefront of the discussion.” – Fredrix Vermin
"During the most challenging circumstances of a generation the guys went out of their way to make sure an exhibition happened. As an artist this gave me something to focus on and work towards. Gallery no.32 offers artists a valuable platform. Their support is a constant and capable presence in a wonderfully ego free environment.” – Patrick Colhoun
"Thank you for providing such a unique opportunity. I love that the exhibition may also be experienced by viewers who wouldn't normally enter the gallery space. I met so many people just wandering by during install, asking questions about the work and excited to come back. It's great to have something so accessible and free to all." – Marie Louise Jones
"I just wanted to say what a fabulous thing this is! It is so rare for people just to provide a platform for others to shine. Thank you for having the idea and seeing it through!" – Sarah Grace Dye
"I was impressed by the professionalism of the installation arrangements, publicity and catalogue. My work was seen by a group in Amsterdam, who have since offered me a residency and a place in their exhibition later this year. Some friends who live locally, raved how the show inspired and provoked discussion among their grandchildren. They visited twice." – Nicola Turner
“Challenge allows your practice to progress. I feel so lucky to have met curators like Meg and Kieran who are sourcing unusual exhibition spaces for artists. After two years with limited access to spaces Gallery No.32 are finding new ways to support artists. I had such a wonderful experience working with them and I hope to be able to continue working together in the future.” – Tere Chad
"What a pleasure it was to meet Megan and Kieran, an unstoppable force in the midst of lockdown, generous with their time and space and supportive throughout the WSP show. They have reshaped the notion of a Sculpture Park in their own name as a place for all." – Catriona Robinson
“Exhibiting with Gallery No.32, has been the best thing for my practice over the last two years by a mile! I have loved Meg and Kieran's generous spirit, clear vision and sharp organisation. Many friends came to the opening events and all loved it.” – Titus Davies
“Thank you so much to Gallery No 32, their passion to bring art to a wider audience is incredible. Being selected to be part of Winter Sculpture Park 2022 allowed me to experiment with my first sculptural drawing. This is something I had wanted to do for some time but being invited to exhibit pushed me creatively to finally make a 3D piece. Whilst installing my work, a member of the public was walking by and he told me how much he loved seeing all the art and what a wonderful idea it is. I couldn’t agree more! Thank you for all you do, it means the world to so many artists and art lovers.” – Martha Ellis
“I thoroughly enjoyed visiting gallery 32. It is amazing that this was set-up in lockdown and enabled visitors to have somewhere different to visit. The pieces developed my understanding of expression through different media. I believe projects like this are valued for increasing community engagement and raising awareness for the arts industry. Especially in this difficult time I think this project and start-up should be celebrated and encouraged!” – Rosie Jones
“I have thoroughly enjoyed having accessible artwork locally to me in Bexley. I have been able to share the experience with my family, including my two little boys who had eyes of curiosity the whole time, as well as a friend that I went out for a walk with. It’s been a wonderful use of a space that was otherwise not being used and it’s contributed a beautiful area of creativity to the community. Thank you!” - Allison Scott
“Thank you for organising such a lovely exhibition. It was a joy to visit. Something different and out of the ordinary. I loved the variety of work, the open air setting and the fact it was free! It was great to see so many people enjoying the exhibition. children exploring and people taking photos. One lady told me her and a family had visited 3 times. I loved the fact some of the artists were just starting out.” - Mary Garner
“I’m an Interior Design Student. In a year of doom and gloom this gallery has made a huge impact! The show gave me so much inspiration for my own university projects; offering such a variety of artists that really helped explore and push my ideas. I’ve lived in Bexley all my life and went past this site daily, thank you so much for making use of it! Brings a smile to my face every time I see it. Looking forward to seeing what’s next!” – July Griffiths.
“The gallery has brightened up our daily walks. We very much look forward to the new exhibits when they arrive, and has become a lovely talking point in the local community.” – Maria McDonald