Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibition List 2022- 2023

AN EXHIBITION IN WATERCOLOUR

ON NOW – 25th October 2022

The Gallery’s annual exhibition of original artworks featuring Members of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI), the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) and other leading British watercolour painters.

 

OPEN EXHIBITION

29th October – 9th November 2022

Formed in 2012, the Institute of East Anglian Artists represents professional and established artists as well as young, up-and-coming artists within the region. Every artist exhibiting in the Annual IEA Open Exhibition has been carefully selected by an independent panel, fulfilling the aims and ambitions of the IEA to support painters and  printmakers using various mediums.

Painting demonstrations by Members of the Institute will take place during the exhibition.

MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION

Best of British 2.0

12th November – 23rd December 2022

The final exhibition in 2022, and following on from the highly successful 2020 Best of British themed exhibition, 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). Alongside other leading British painters, this mixed exhibition aims to showcase some of the finest  examples of artwork encompassing all recognised painting mediums.

 

MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION

Cross Roads

14th January – 21st February 2023

“Difficult Roads often lead to  beautiful destinations.”

An exhibition of original paintings of the urban landscape. Over half of the worlds’ population, some 4.2 billion inhabitants*, live in our cities around the world. This exhibition will focus on inspirational and diverse architecture which can be found in some of the most recognisable locations around the world.

 

MIXED STILL LIFE EXHIBITION

Tranquility

25th February – 4th April 2023

The first of its kind to be hosted by The Gallery an exhibition showcasing the incredible talents of some of the UK’s finest still life painters, many of whom are Members of the affiliated Institutes and Societies of the Federation of British Artists.