10th October  –  28th October 2020

“Looking inland”

an exhibition of new paintings

The Jerram Gallery

Half Moon Street, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 3LN


Each month Carry illustrates John McEwen's "Bird of the Month" column in The Oldie magazine. For the last few years she has produced a calendar using selected images. This is the fifth 'Bird of the Month' calendar


Carry Akroyd






illustrations from

with text by

John McEwen

 180mm x 245mm (490mm when open)


£10.00  or  3 for £25.00

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'Found in the Fields'


Carry Akroyd

published by Mascot Media

Hardback 25 x 27cm 176 pages


This book captures the breadth of Carry’s interest in the landscape. At its core is her lithograph series ‘Found in the Fields’, sixteen images incorporating words from the poet John Clare...

This book is now out of print,  but 5 copies are still available here

'of natures powers & spells'

Landscape Change, John Clare & Me


Carry Akroyd

 published by Langford Press

Hardback 30 x 27cm        168 pages


Carry’s characteristically colourful and organised landscape images examine the relationship between humans and wildlife. This book samples work from twenty years...

Both books can be purchased for £60.00. Select 'Books' from 'Online Sales' menu at the top of the page

…these “Oldie” cards are available from this website.


A new 14 x 14 cm folding card added this autumn


A sparrows Life as Sweet as Ours - Book Cover

A compilation of 60  screenprints by  wildlife artist Carry Akroyd from The Oldie magazine’s “Birds of the Month” column.

Carry presents a sequence of screenprints of birds full of variety and color that illustrate British birds in all four seasons of the year, and John McEwen’s accompanying text is written with elegance and concision.

This book is not available from this website.

Spreading Oak

An original screen print available to purchase from this website.


This is a small selection from the Lithographs available on this website

Little Gidding



Pale River


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