Welcome to The Gallery

exhibiting artwork since 1972

On Now

Friday 11 December - midday christmas eve
Thursday 14 january - tuesday 16 february 2021

The Gallery concludes 2020 with an exhibition of original artwork by some of the most exciting British artists today, including Members of the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) and the New English Art Club (NEAC). 

All artwork in this exhibition is also 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 info@thegalleryholt.com or call 01263 711040.

online only

LANDSCAPE AND SEASCAPE EXHIBITION

The Natural World

Online only
2021 gallery Dates tbc

This exhibition of original seascapes, landscapes and urban landscapes aims to highlight the urgent crisis of climate change, including how the world is changing and being damaged by the human hand. It also seeks to encourage an emotional response from viewers by illuminating the beauty of the natural world and the world around us. In doing so, this exhibition asks visitors to consider how art can inspire and galvanise people into acting to conserve our planet for generations to come.

MAJOR SOLO SHOW

Graham Webber:
Inspired by Atmosphere

Online only

This exhibition is now online only. All paintings will be available to view upon request. For enquiries please e-mail info@thegalleryholt.com or call 01263 711040.

Graham Webber: Inspired by Atmosphere Exhibition Video

About Us

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.

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.

2020 marks 11 years since Kieron Williamson’s remarkable talent for painting was discovered at just six years old. 

Throughout this time, the world has watched him grow into one of the most successful and collectable artists of his time.

Please visit our dedicated Kieron Williamson shop page to browse and purchase original and Limited Edition printed material by Kieron Williamson.

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Click here to visit the Adrian Hill Fine Art website. 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).