The Hunter Gallery in Long Melford is the longest established gallery in the village and opened in 2001. We exhibit well known local artists from Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex alongside some of the UK's most respected creators of paintings, sculpture and furniture. We specialise in art for the home in a wide range of styles and media with something to suit all tastes and budgets.
For their first show since taking over The Hunter Gallery earlier this year, Paul and Jacqueline Foster present a superb collection of work both from artists whose work will be well known to followers of the gallery, and from some truly exciting new arrivals. New work from favourites including Edward Noott, Harry Brioche, Mark Eldred and Tina Stokes sits alongside exciting newcomers Deborah Burrow, Carolina O'Curneen, Charles Debenham and Alfredo Palmero. Palmero is highly regarded as one of the most interesting contemporary artists to emerge from Spain and his breathtaking 5 foot high 'Caballo de la Luna' horse makes a fitting centrepiece to welcome you in to our new gallery space at 9 Hall Street, across the road from Coconut House.