Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Celebrating Ian McManus’ 10th solo exhibition at The Gallery with a collection of 50 new paintings.

Open Now

18th - 28th September
monday - saturday 10am - 4pm
all paintings are available to view and purchase online

Exhibition List 2021- 2022


The Story Teller

1st October – 9th November 2021

An exhibition featuring all 39 etchings by David Hockney RA, OM CH from ‘Illustrations for six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm’ and selected original figurative and narrative artworks from leading British artists. This includes, Jim Anderson, William Balthazar Rose, Thomas Clayton, Rosa Sepple PRI, SweetArt and a debut exhibition of works from Russian artist, Ekaterina Chekalina.


Connected by Colour

13th November – 23rd December 2021

The Gallery concludes its 2021 calendar of events with an exhibition of original artworks featuring members of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI), the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) and other leading watercolour painters.



15th January – 22nd February 2022

An exhibition of original paintings highlighting the combinations of colours and tones blended into the landscape around us. Choosing to capture the harmonious balance of nature in a variety of media, this exhibition will explore the world in which we live.


The Transience of Beauty

26th February – 5th April 2022

‘The aura given out by a person or object is as much a part of them as their flesh’ – Lucian Freud.

The Gallery’s first ever figurative exhibition.

While beauty itself is ephemeral, it can be captured and preserved in paintings for eternity.


Six Degrees of Separation

9th April – 19th April 2022

Six British artists come together to present an eclectic view of the world, encompassing the narrative and whimsical, the traditional and contemporary and the downright politically challenging.



23rd April – 31st May 2022

The first of our ‘medium’ themed exhibitions in The Gallery’s 2022 calendar. This exhibition seeks to display an exciting array of original oil paintings, many by members of the Royal Institute of Oil painters (ROI), the encompass or inspire a sense of euphoria.



4th June – 5th July 2022

The mixed media exhibition explores the relationship between the artist and the outside world and paintings undertaken ‘alfresco’ (en plein air). Invited artists from the Wapping Group (WGA) and the British Plein Air Painters, two of the leading outdoor painting groups in the UK, will help celebrate the art of painting on location.