Arts & Culture
“Romney Marsh, where the roads wind like streams through pasture and the sky is always three-quarters of the landscape” - John Betjeman
Artists, writers and poets have long been drawn to Romney Marsh as a place of inspiration, space and light.
The Romney Marsh remains a creative centre and has been home to many artists, such as Rudyard Kipling and Edith Nesbit as well as virtual artists including Paul Nash, Fay Godwin and Derek Jarman.
Find out more about our artists and their artworks at the following locations:
There is also an art gallery (The Art Shack) located onsite at the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre.