The Hunter Gallery has moved from Long Melford to Bury St Edmunds, 31 Angel Hill - between The Abbey Gardens and St. Edmundsbury Cathedral. 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.
We are proud to stock the work of many leading artists, including Caroline Bailey RSW, Harry Brioche, Colin Carruthers, Alexander Debenham, Mark Eldred, Peter Heard, Sally Martin SEA, Edward Noott RBSA, Alfredo Palmero, Huw Williams and many more.
Our Autumn exhibition is a lovely mix of impressionistic and realistic works. Edward Noott RBSA who is one of our most collected artists has given us an impressive collection of new works. With his impressionistic style and the amazing way he recreates dappled light, he never stops surprising us with his beautiful paintings that bring Summer vibes to our hearts when in the presence of his work. This collection includes favorite Summer places such as South of France, the Cotswolds, Cornwall and Venice. So appropriate this year that we have not been able to travel as we used to.
We are very happy to introduce Rob Ritchie, new artist to the gallery who paints hyper-real still life compositions in small format. Rob is self-taught, inspired and attracted to light and reflections. He blends traditional old master’s techniques of oil painting with a contemporary style of colour harmony, shadow and composition, resulting in a fresh blend of both styles.
Suchi Chidambaram has done a collection of the Thames inspired by the Illuminated River project, in which 14 bridges along the Thames have been Illuminated making them look more dramatic at night - hence the inspiration.
Colin Carruthers who loves painting the West Coast of Scotland and the South of France has done a lovely little collection of the Côte d'Azur.
Completing the exhibition is Robert Walker with his realistic, fresh, contemporary still life compositions.
The gallery is now open as usual and there is no need to book an appointment, however if you prefer one we are more than happy to arrange one.
Framed images and videos are available upon request!