The Salisbury Cathedral, completed in 1258, is considered one of the best examples of Early English Gothic architecture.

The cathedral spire is still the tallest of its kind in the UK since 1561. A spectacular wooden scaffolding adorns the interior of the towering structure.

The clock in the Cathedral is the world's oldest still-working mechanical clock in the world, ticking since 1386. The cathedral contains one of the four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta.

At 80 acres, the cathedral has the largest cloister and cathedral close in Britain.

That’s where we’ll be painting. 

Cloisters were built next to churches, monasteries, and cathedrals for study and contemplation. Meditating about the spiritual realm was facilitated by the connection to the outdoors.

Cloisters are oasis of calm; devotional structures filled with silence where light creates quixotic still lifes. We’re excited to have been given the exclusive opportunity to step into this space built more than seven centuries ago to paint surrounded by its meditative legacy and to experience its lulling magic.

There are a few spots available.
Aerial view of the cloisters.

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