Exhibitions Future Shows

New Studio Location

In March 2016, Elaine moved her studios from Exeter, England and Marrakech, Morocco to Burgundy in France.

Here in the village of Couches on the edge of the famed Côte-dʼOr, a premier wine growing region of France she has established her atelier/studio and created a permanent gallery for her work. It is open to all visitors by appointment.

Take a look - www.couches.gallery


November 4 2017 - May 19 2018


The third exhibiton in Galerie d’Art Elaine M Goodwin. Elaine’s second solo exhibition in her gallery. All the works will pay homage to the colour Blue whether in sentiment, sea or musing on life.

Over 40 works are on exhibition exploring in abstract the colour Blue.



June 2 - October 19 2018

take five

An exciting exhibition when four internationally known artists of mosaic, from four
countries, come together and show new work alongside Elaine M Goodwin.
Lucio Orsoni from Venice, Italy; Dugald McInnes from Glasgow, Scotland; Edda
Mally from Vienna, Austria; and Annik Chaima from near Montargis, France. The
work has been created especially for the exhibition and includes three dimensional
and wall hung works.


November 3 2018 - May 2019

‘Ouverture Marocain‘

An exhibition of works created by Elaine M Goodwin when she visited her home Dar
Aicha in Marrakech, Morocco. She had a traditional riad in the centre of the souk of
Marrakech from 2001 - 2016, where she also had her studio. The works are
expressions of the city seen mainly through the image of the door and the window.
They reflect the colourful and vibrant life around her.
She will be joined by the well known Moroccan calligrapher Mohamed Abaoubida,
who will create five new works in collaboration with Elaine and demonstrate the art
of calligraphy.


Retrospective - Elaine M Goodwin - May - September 2019

Gallery of the Royal Albert Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter, England (RAMM)

A major exhibiton showing the work of Elaine over forty years, throughout which time she kept a home and studio in Exeter. It traces her introduction into the art of mosaic through a love of ancient Roman and Greek mosaics; to her revelatory discovery of Byzantine mosaic work where she believes she found a true understanding of the medium. The comprehensive exhibition includes inspirations from working, travelling and living in India, the Middle East and the Maghreb. Finally it shows her current work including that created in her new atelier in Burgundy, France.


Galerie Mona Lisa, Rive Gauche, Paris, France. May/June 2013