We opened in April 2017 and offer a changing selection of modern,contemporary and applied art inspired by Suffolk and East Anglia.
Please contact the gallery for further details.
Cloud cover, 1960 by Robert Sadler. Sadler, a trained pilot, encountered the Abstract Expressionist while stationed in Washington D.C. in 1953 before they had shown in the UK. He returned to the UK where he retired from the RAF in 1955 and concentrated on his painting.
In the Wenhaston Valley, 1921 by Bertram Priestman. Priestman had a studio in the fishing village of Walberswick that was also frequented by many artists. He gave painting lessons here and taught Edward Seago.
Tide Mark, 2017, by Annie Turner. These ceramic works by Turner are influenced by her interest in the River Deben, Suffolk and the detritus that the river holds. Turner, who has never shown in her home county of Suffolk, is represented in many public collections including the V&A Museum.
We are delighted to be a stockist of the work of Esme Winter - notepads, cards and labels.
The ceramics of Steven Wills in a range of delicate hues. And the lights of Jenkins & Wills where Jenkins turns the locally sourced wood and Wills throws the fine porcelain shades.
Apple Blossom in Springtime, 1908 (detail) by Yoxford born artist William Robert Symonds (1852-1934).