Support Nature in Art

Nature in Art opened its doors to the public in 1988. It is an independent art gallery and museum and as such gets no government funding or any other guaranteed or ongoing public or private financial support. We rely on our entrance fee, our activities and generous individuals to ensure that we can successfully run all our activities over the year.

Our aim is to present displays and opportunities of quality and diversity and to ensure that every visitor, whatever their age or experience, can engage with art in a stimulating and enjoyable way.

Our collection is constantly growing and we are always looking to fill gaps in our collection. The Art Fund and V&A / MLA Purchase Grant Fund have generously helped us to acquire some key items. The collection has also benefited from bequests and donations in kind.

Click HERE if you would like to take part in our 2016 Prize Draw

If you would like to support our work there are many different ways to donate:

One off donations:
Direct debit:
Leave a bequest:

Thank you!

Some people help us by giving their time and skills as volunteers. They make a huge difference and we greatly appreciate their support and encouragement. Look on our Volunteering page to find out more.

 If you have any questions about supporting Nature in Art,
please call 01452 731422 or email us

Success Story

Thanks to your generosity we have been able to run our children’s activity days.


Vodafone World of Difference UK Programme.

We are delighted to report that LUCY HARRIS was a winner in the Vodafone World of Difference UK Programme.
She recently finished assisting us on some specific projects for a four month period due to the financial support of the Vodafone World of Difference Programme.
The programme gives 500 people the chance to work for their dream charity, and get paid.

Corporate Sponsorship

If you would like to donate on behalf of a business you can become a corporate member which also entitles you to certain staff benefits and the opportunity to sponsor events.

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