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exhibiting artwork since 1972
MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION
18th noVEMBER - 23RD DECEMBER
Our final exhibition in 2023 and following in the footsteps of the highly successful 2020 and 2022 ‘Best of British’ themed exhibitions at The Gallery.
This mixed media show will feature selected original artworks from Members of the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) and the New English Art Club (NEAC). In addition, other leading British painters will be represented with the aim to showcase some of the finest examples of artwork encompassing all recognised painting mediums.
All artwork in this exhibition is available to view and purchase online. If you see any paintings on our website that you would like to reserve until you view them in person, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01263 711040
DRY MEDIA EXHIBITION
24TH FEBRUARY - 2ND APRIL 2024
‘Plumbago’ was a term used to describe intricate graphite drawings in the 17th and 18th century.
This exhibition reflects the title to bring together a varied selection of pastel paintings that provide us not only with an insight into the specific techniques used by pastel painters today, but also seeks to reignite an awareness of, and appreciation for, this versatile medium. The exhibition will feature selected Members of the Pastel Society (PS) alongside leading pastelists from the UK.
MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION
6TH APRIL - 14TH MAY 2024
Celebrating nature in paintings with an eclectic collection of works by leading national and international wildlife artists, including selected Members of the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA).
This exhibition will also feature a retrospective collection of original linocuts by one of the UK’s most important wildlife artists Robert Gillmor MBE SWLA (1936 – 2022).
“The eyes of an animal have the power to speak a great language.”
Firmly established as one of East Anglia’s leading art venues, The Gallery has exhibited artwork since 1972, making it the longest running gallery in Holt. This award-winning gallery has undergone numerous changes and it continues to evolve under the ownership and management of Adrian Hill FRSA and his wife Clare.
The Gallery boasts a unique display system that continues to provide a regular programme of themed, multi-artist exhibitions interspersed with major solo shows. This enables The Gallery to provide an exciting, inspirational and stimulating programme of exhibitions, including subject matter-based and medium-based themes, with the aim of providing something for all tastes, at some point in the year.
The Gallery can be found in Lees Yard amongst other eclectic independent business ventures and has really become “the place to visit in Holt”.
Alongside The Gallery is Adrian Hill Fine Art, which opened in July 2013. This gallery operates as a stand-alone gallery that utilises a permanent representation structure comprised exclusively of artists that are Members of the Royal Academy and other Royal Societies, Institutions, Federations.
Pictured: Adrian Hill FRSA, Managing Director and Clare Hill, Director
We warmly welcome artists from across the country to submit their work for consideration for our upcoming themed and media-based exhibitions.
All relevant information for submissions can be found on the Entries page.
Please note there are no submission fees.
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Adrian Hill Fine Art opened in July 2013 and since then has been showcasing some of the finest paintings exclusively by Members of the Royal Academy and other Royal Institutions, Federations and Societies. Artwork is available to purchase from artists such as David Hockney, L.S. Lowry, and Rosa Sepple, the first female president of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI).