Tattershall Station Gallery & Pottery

Tattershall's old railway station has been renovated by Arthur and Gwen Watson, as home, gallery and workshops. It is open to the public for the sale of paintings, digital art, ceramics and prints. A treasure trove of artworks is exhibited in the old booking hall, priced to suit all pockets. Arthur also teaches pottery making skills. Situated on the A153 on the western edge of Tattershall, access is via a tree lined,  gravel drive to a large car park, and visitors may then walk around the old platforms to the gallery entrance. We are normally open 7 days, 10 am - 4 pm, but, for visitors making a special journey, contact us first to confirm we are open.

This page displays information and images about our gallery, which is updated regularly.

Our environment, ceramics and paintings

For a flavour of Arthur's work, below are displayed some of the ceramics and paintings by him, for sale or sold. Internal photographs of the gallery and external views of our beautiful old station and grounds are to be seen.

The Old Station
Station in winter

Tattershall's Old Station

A Victorian railway station, now residence and art gallery of artist Arthur Watson and Gwen.

Station from south
winter view

The Old Station

Summer and winter.

tree lined drive

Entrance and tree-lined drive.

The drive leads to an extensive, off road car park for visitors.

Sculpted jugs
crafted vessels

Distinctive vessels

Stoneware, individual jugs and ceramic sculptures.

various pots

Various ceramics

Only available at our gallery.

cerntral units
distinctive items

Ceramics on display

A variety of ceramics.

digital paintings

Canvas images

Digital paintings and prints.

canvas prints

Canvas prints & digital paintings

Traditional and contemporary.

framed prints
mounted prints

Giclée prints

Prints framed and mounted.

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