Farnham Heath is home to the permanent Surrey Hills Arts Inspiring View artwork ‘House of Invisible Hands’ by Walter Bailey, who also designed the Surrey Hills logo.
House of Invisible Hands is a shrine to those whose labours shaped the landscape of Surrey in the making of forest glass during mediaeval times. This practise involved working within the forest using the raw materials of the landscape to keep the furnaces going. The impurities in the materials created the green of the resulting glass objects.
The site also sees the annual Surrey Hills Arts exhibition ‘Heathland Artworks’, where craft, design and fine art students from the degree and masters courses at the University for the Creative Arts create pieces focused on the wildlife, the flora or the history. This usually runs between June-October and is free to view.