We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to HM Queen Elizabeth II and our deepest condolences to the Royal Family at this difficult time.
The Hunter Gallery was established in 2001 in Long Melford and is now located in 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 collection of new works by some of our very talented artists. Featuring a new collection of John Connolly's vibrant and colourful sea and landscapes that have become so popular, Robert Walker still life compositions in beautiful autumnal colours, a few Mark Eldred bluebells and riverscapes in his distinctive impasto technique that are becoming rare as the artist is so popular in Ireland and painting less than he used to. We also have new works by Harry Brioche, John Tookey, Brian Ryder ROI, Steven Mcloughlin and new glass works by David Flower. Last but not least we would like to introduce Colombian artist Gabriel Ortega who produces mixed media works that explore his inner child by appropriating cultural icons like Tintin, Batman or Frida Kahlo. By using Tintin, the main character in Ortega's work, he intends to show the iconic connotations of the character, his values and his unwavering determination to carry out his mission. His work is often exhibited along famous Latin-American artists of the likes of Fernado Botero to name just one. The exhibition is open online already and in the gallery from Saturday 17th.