A light and airy place for artists in all media to present their work. Oodles of hanging space in the Gallery is complemented by an attractive walled garden, ideal for displaying sculpture. Exhibitions run from 9am Friday to 7pm the following Thursday.
Our Gallery is comfortable and inviting. The friendly Cinema staff do not invigilate but they are on hand during weekday mornings
Visit the Cinema website, then click on Gallery for more information and email Julie Latimer-Jones for available dates in 2012.
Aldeburgh Contemporary Arts is a new gallery situated in the High Street and provides a bright and welcoming space to view the striking collection of contemporary art.
We are open from 10 am until 5 pm
6 days a week in the Summer (closed Tuesday)
5 days in the Winter (closed Tuesday and Wednesday)
Times may vary seasonally so it is a good idea to contact us first before travelling.
EEK Gallery Limited specialise in contemporary sculptures and abstract art in oil,acrylic and mixed media by Suffolk artist Joakim Bradley.
All the paintings and sculptures are original.
An exhibition of paintings and soundscapes by award-winning poet and painter John Lyons. The exhibition is inspired by the legends and the folkloric culture of Trinidad and Tobago.
Join us to explore and celebrate the magic of legendary characters Soucouyant, La Jabless, Papa Bois and Loupgaroo in this colourful and unbridled extravaganza. Viewing evening on Wednesday 9th October 6.00 - 7.30pm
Situated in the heart of Felixstowe`s Artist Quarter, at 36 Gainsborough Road, Reunion Gallery has been open since May 2002 and provides a light and airy location to view an ever changing selection of artworks.
Scotts Gallery Cafe is Britain`s most Easterly Gallery. We are right on the East of Suffolk. In fact, if we we`re any further east we would be sitting up to our neck in water......in the North Sea!!!! Why not visit us. You can enjoy some of the best wines and beers in Suffolk whilst viewing our displays of fantastic art work.
Apart from enjoying some of the best wines and beers in Suffolk, at Scotts Gallery Cafe you can also view fantastic art work.
Winter Opening Times
Monday to Saturday 10:00 - 5:00
Sunday 11:00 - 4:00
*open during holidays
Public gallery in Bury St Edmunds with programme of exhibitions featuring contemporay visual arts and craft. Also full programe of supporting events and craft shop
Normally open Tuesday-Saturday
Choosing a Tapestry, as with any artwork, comes down to personal choice - whatever your choice - we are confident that within our impressive range we have the ideal one for you.
The Hunter Gallery is located within an imposing Victorian building with large bright and airy rooms which lend a homely ambience to the eclectic range of art.
Monday to Saturday:
10.00am - 5.00pm
With over 40 years of expertise, the John Russell Gallery offers monthly changing exhibitions and a wide selection of original prints, paintings and sculpture by established artists and up and coming talents.
Award Winning Arts Gallery.
East Anglias largest commission free arts gallery.
With over 39 artists on display each month, and an in house lifecasting service daily.
10am - 5pm Monday-Saturday
11am - 4pm Sunday
Modern and spacious galleries and the historic Great Barn.
Short and long term exhibitions, private views and artists' events.
Exhibitions: Tuesday to Saturday
10am - 5pm Sunday 11am - 4pm
Tea shop, licensed bar, terrace, garden and gift shop
The world land trust art gallery opened in Halesworth, Suffolk, as an innovative approach to raising finances and awareness for the charity.
The gallery will focus on wildlife art, but it will also exhibit landscapes and contemporary art.
The opening exhibition's main artist is Jason Gathorne-Hardy,and there's work by Joe Bunni,(Winner at this years Natural History museum wildlife photographers competition), Bruce Pearson, Andrew Squire and Paul Lightfoot.
The World Land Trust is an international conservation charity which protects the world’s biologically important habitats. Founded in 1989 the charity has had great success in buying acre by acre tropical forest and threatened wilderness, and has worldwide brought 500.000 acres, and has over 4 million acres of land managed under active protection. www.worldlandtrust.org.