We are very excited to be part of FRESH CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR at Cheltenham Racecourse. If you would like to come to the Private View on Wednesday 5th 5:30-9:00 pm or to any of the other days please click on this link www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/86132870735/?discount=Hunter to book your tickets or send us an email to email@example.com for a printable one. The art fair will be Covid-19 secure and following the government guidance at the time. We will be proudly showcasing new works by some of our most collected artists, among them Sophie Botsford, Alexander Debenham, Mark Eldred, Susan Evans, David Flower, Lynda Hukins, Steven Mcloughlin, Edward Noott RBSA, Alfredo Palmero and Huw Williams.
Art fairs are back this Summer! We are very excited to be part of the Affordable Art Fair Summer at Battersea Park. Featuring new works by some of our most collected artists, among them Harry Brioche, Mark Eldred, David Flower, Steven Mcloughlin, Alfredo Palmero, Rob Ritchie and Robert Walker. The art fair will be Covid-19 secure and following the government guidance. If you would like to receive tickets please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly send you the link and code to book them. This year's tickets will only be sold online where you will be able to book an entrance time slot of 30 minutes - you can stay for as long as you wish though.
It has been so wonderful to be back open and see known and new faces enjoying our art iin real life. It is an understatement to say that we are very excited to be able to invite you back into the gallery for the opening of our Summer Exhibition.It is a lovely collection featuring new works by some of our most collected artists, including Harry Brioche, Colin Carruthers, Daisy Clayton, Alexander Debenham, Margaret Glass PS, Gerald Green, Peter Kotka and Rob Ritchie. Also exhibiting is Brian Ryder ROI FIEA who has done a wonderful collection of the North Norfolk coast which he loves painting as he lives there and knows exactly how to capture the beauty of it's ever changing skies. Last but not least is blown glass artist David Flower who has made a comeback to small objects with three glass collections including vases, bowls and stones called Hydrangea, Gemini and Ophelia.
Valentine's Day is a time to show feelings of love, affection and friendship. We thought what better year to have an exhibition with thisin mind than this one.have curated a lovely collection of work that are either romantic or reminiscent of warm, lovely times with friends andones. The exhibition features work by some of our favourite artists, among them Caroline Bailey RSW, Harry Brioche, Emma S Davis RSW PAI,Alexander Debenham, Mark Eldred, Susan Evans, David Farren, Margaret Glass PS, Gerald Green, Edward Noott RBSA, Rob Ritchie, Jonathan Trim and Robert Walker to name a few.
The Winter exhibition features some beautiful new works by some of our favourite artists including colourful still life compositions in oils by Alexander Debenham and Peter Kotka, enchanting animals that we hope will give you a smile by Ashley Saunders, countryside scenes in pastels by Margaret Glass PS, riverscapes in mixed media by Steven Mcloughlin, two of Huw Williams big and bold stallions and last but not least Gerald Green whose works in oils and watercolours are invigorated by light and has created some stunning paintings of London, Southwold and everyday home spaces. We also have a great selection of small bronze sculptures by John Brown, Mark Hall, Lynda Hukins and Michael Simpson among others and a wonderful selection of glass by Gail Hatley and Rebecca Mansbridge.
We are delighted to be hosting this wonderful exhibition of new paintings by Harry Brioche. His recent staycation journey through the Lake District, Loch Lomond, Ben Nevis, Cairngorms and the Scottish Highlands to the Outer Hebrides was a constant source of inspiration for this exhibition."The ever changing landscape and unpredictable UK climate provide moments where the weather seemed to shift almost seamlessly between seasons in what felt like minutes. I witnessed moments of both tranquility and the breathtaking drama of our delightful and enchanting environment and wilderness. I am so grateful to be surrounded by landscapes and seascapes that sometimes overwhelm me with inspiration and the passion to paint." Harry's work has been selected for The ROI, The RMSA, The NEAC and The RBA at the Mall Galleries in London. His work is shown at selected galleries throughout the UK and hangs in private and corporate collections here and around the world.
Our Autumn exhibition is a lovely mix of impressionistic and realistic works. Edward Noott RBSA who is one of our most collected artists has just given us a super collection of new works with his characteristic dappled light to remind us of lovely, warm summers in Provence, 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 Cd'Azur.Completing the exhibition is Robert Walker who never stops amazing us 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!
There is something very special about our Summer Exhibition this year. Most of the work has been done during lockdown. Our artists have been working with sketches and reminiscences from last year's spring and summer and they have managed to produce some lovely new work. We will be featuring some of our favourite artists, including Lillias August RI, Harry Brioche, Alexander Debenham, Susan Evans, Steven Mcloughlin, John Tookey and Jonathan Trim. Last, but not least, our Spanish artist Alfredo Palmero has started a new series called "Las Floristas" (Flower Girls) inspired by the flower sellers on Las Ramblas in Barcelona. In contrast to his large Meninas these are painted in a small format but with a lot of detail and in beautiful vibrant colours. His paintings will be exhibited virtually for now as international shipping is very slow at the moment.
We are very excited to be part of Affordable Art Fair Battersea Spring. Come along and visit us on Stand B7. We will be exhibiting new works by Alexander Debenham, Alfredo Palmero, Colin Carruthers, Jonathan Pike, Mark Eldred, Peter Heard and Robert Walker. Please get in touch with us if you would like a ticket. email@example.com
Featuring a beautiful collection of new works by some of our favourite artists. Included are new pieces by Spanish artist Alfredo Palmero with his Meninas inspired by Velazquez, Dutch artist Ina Scholte-Albers in colaboration with artist Michael Jackson and English sculptor John Brown with his unique pieces about feelings and relationships. We have some dramatic skies by Harry Brioche and Susan Evans, striking riverscapes and woodlands by Steven Mcloughlin, winter riverscapes by Mark Eldred, seasonal paintings by Scottish artist Ian Elliot, lovely hares and cows by local artist Ashley Saunders and a new selection of Michael Simpson sculptures. Also exhibiting Lillias August RI, Colin Carruthers, Alexander Debenham, Margaret Glass PS, Edward Noott RBSA and Brian Ryder ROI. We also have a good selection of glass by very talented local artists.A mixed exhibition with a variety of media and size. Hopefully something for everybody in the Christmas Season!
We are very excited to be part of Fresh Art Fair in Ascot. We will be exhibiting some of our most collected artists - among them Lillias august RI, Harry Brioche, John Brown, Alexander Debenham, Mark Eldred, Susan Evans, Peter Heard, Lynda Hukins, Steven Mcloughlin, Edward Noot RBSA, Ina Scholte-Albers and Huw Williams. Please get in touch with us if you would like a ticket. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Autumn exhibition is a wonderful collection of Summer reminiscences from favourite places on the Norfolk and Suffolk coast, Italy, South of France and contemporary still life compositions by some of our favourite artists. Featuring a wonderful series of the river Stour and two beautiful pieces of Aldeburgh by Mark Eldred, a special selection of Peter Heard's iconic Light House paintings and a lovely selection of sunny places by Edward Noott RBSA. Also featuring new work by John Paley, Jonathan Trim and Robert Walker.Last, but not least, we are very happy to introduce well known artist David Howell PPRSMA, new to the gallery, who paints in a lovely soft palett, watercolours, oils and pastels. David paints mostly marine, landscape and equestrian. He is a past-president of the Royal Society of Marine Artists who exhibits in galleries both in the Uk and internationally.A lovely mixed show with something for everybody.
Our Summer exhibition is a beautiful collection of seascapes from favourite places in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cornwall and the Scottish West Coast, landscapes with dramatic skies, bluebell forests and contemporary still life compositions. Featuring new works in oils by Harry Brioche, Colin Carruthers, Alexander Debenham, Gerald Green and Robert Walker, pastels by Margaret Glass PS, mixed media by Steven Mcloughlin and David Shiers and watercolours by Lillias August RI. We also have a new Stallion by Huw Williams and two of Gemma Harwood's famous Trees of Life.A lovely mixed show with something for everybody.
This is one of our biggest exhibitions of the year and is ?lled with beautiful landscapes, riverscapes and bluebell forests, dramatic skies, vibrant ?orals and still life, romantic Venice and Tuscany scenes as well as imposing horses. We will be featuring new works by some of our most collected artists including Mark Eldred, Sally Martin SEA, Edward Noott RBSA, Brian Ryder ROI-IEA and introducing two new artists to the gallery, Robert Walker who is an established artist painting exquisite contemporary still life compositions with precise de?nition and upcoming artist Jasmine Eldred who paints beautiful flowers using impasto. Also featuring Lillias August RI, Harry Brioche, Alexander Debenham, Susan Evans, Steven Mcloughlin, Halima Washington-Dixon and Huw Williams.
We have a wonderful Christmas show featuring new work in all sizes and styles by our very talented artists who have done some amazing seasonal work. There are snow scenes by Mark Eldred and Lilias August RI, autumn river scenes by David Farren and Jonathan Trim and stags and hares by Ashley Saunders. Colin Carruthers on the other hand is giving us a bit of Summer in France and the Scottish coast. We are also very exited to introduce Michael Salt RBSA;ARSMA, who enjoys painting water scenes and the English countryside, young Cambridge artist Sophie Botsford who paints minimalistic still life compositions and Gerald Green who uses light to energize and invigorate his impressionistic work. Also exhibiting new work by regulars to the gallery Alexander Debenham, Edward Noott RBSA and Halima Washington-Dixon.
Our Autumn Exhibition is an exciting mixed show featuring some of our favourite local artists who have been very busy painting this Summer around Suffolk. Among them Margaret Glass PS who has painted some idyllic scenes from the Suffolk coast, Halima Washington-Dixon with a lovely series of landscapes that she has painted "en plein air" and a new series called "Spilled Fruit" and Jonathan Trim who is an expert in capturing the effect of light on water with a wonderful series of the Stour. Also featuring Mark Eldred who has painted his famous bluebells in small scale, Peter Heard with some lovely landscapes in his characteristic and well known idiosyncratic style and introducing young artist Dawn Kay who paints with a soft pallet very detailed still life compositions and flowers that are a delight to the eye. We also have new work by David Farren, Jennie Mace, Steven Mcloughlin and Scottish artist Ian Elliot. Always on show regulars to the gallery Harry Brioche, Alexander Debenham and Edward Noott RBSA.
We are delighted to host a joint show of new works from Suffolk artist Alexander Debenham and well-know sculptor John Brown. Alexander paints with heavy influences from the Dutch masters but with contemporary elements to his still life compositions. His attention to detail is just amazing. John's contemporary sculpture is concerned with human relationships and emotions, expressed in a simplified way, provoking thought and discussion, as well as visual impact.
Edward Noott paintings are a celebration of places close to our hearts and this exhibition is a collection of those places he often returns to as a person and as an artist. From the beautiful South of France and it's amazing dappled light that he masters so well, to the gorgeous Cotswolds where he spends so much time. His love for London, New York and Venice is reflected in some stunning sunlight effect pieces and some lovely everyday scenes. Flowers are always part of his inspiration and he's made sure we get plenty of them. We particularly like the River Cam scenes as they are so familiar to us!Edward Noott RBSA has won numerous awards and his work is collected world wide.
Our Summer exhibition features new work by Colin Carruthers whose love for the Scottish coast is represented in six new pieces, a collection of pastels of the Lake District by Jonathan Taylor, some impressionistic London scenes by David Farren and some colourful paintings of the Norfolk coast by David Shiers. Also featuring a whole new collection of Harry Brioche atmospheric sea and landscapes, some of Lillias August RI minimalistic watercolours and Susan Evans soft skies. To complete the exhibition new pieces by regulars to the gallery Jonathan Trim, Halima Washington-Dixon, Huw Williams and Alexander Debenham who never stops amazing us with his artistry and attention to detail.An eclectic and vibrant exhibition with something for everybody!
Spring brings light and freshness and so does our wonderful spring exhibition which is filled with beautiful flowers, bluebell forests, seascapes, riverscapes and breathtaking skies, all inspired by the beauty of Suffolk and Norfolk. Featuring East Anglian artists Brian Ryder ROI PIEA, Jonathan Trim and Mark Eldred along with Halima Washington-Dixon, Ian Elliot, Peter Heard, Steven Mcloughlin and Susan Evans. We also include a series of ballerinas in pastels by Katya Gridneva, new sculptures by John Brown and a whole new deco glass collection by Suffolk glass artist Laura Hart.
Featuring a great collection of new works by some of our talented artists including some magical winter scenes by Mark Eldred, some lively scenes of Cornwall by David Shiers, idyllic bluebell forest and poppy fields by Steven Mcloughlin, enchanting scenes of Paris by David Farren, atmospheric seascapes of Holkham by Jonathan Trim, enticing still life paintings by Alexander Debenham and bold, vibrant flower still life by Halima Washington-Dixon. New sculptures of cows and pigs by Andrew Edmonds and life size wildlife sculptures by Lynda Hukins. And introducing an exciting new glass artist to the gallery Rebecca Mansbridge
For our Christmas exhibitions our artists have given us a great collection of works including some magical winter scenes by Mark Eldred, dramatic seascapes by Colin Carruthers and Jennie Mace, colourful coastal scenes by David Shiers, idyllic bluebell forest and poppy fields by Steven Mcloughlin, enticing still life paintings by Alexander Debenham and bold, vibrant flower still life by Halima Washington-Dixon. New sculptures of pigs and cows by Andrew Edmonds and life size sculptures of wildlife by Lynda Hukins. Also featuring a whole new collection of abstract landscapes by Dutch artist Ina Scholte-Albers which add a new dimension to our range.
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new gallery in the beautiful town of Bury St Edmunds. The gallery is located in a great spot between Abbey Gardens and St Edmundsbury Cathedral. For the opening exhibition we will be featuring a great collection of new work by some of our top artists including Caroline Bailey RSW, Harry Brioche, Alexander Debenham, Mark Eldred, Ian Elliot, Margaret Glass PS, Sally Martin SEA, Steven Mcloughlin, Edward Noott RBSA and Huw Williams. We also welcome back Irish artist John Morris to the gallery. We will be operating as usual in our gallery in Long Melford which is full with wonderful new pieces and look forward to welcoming you at our exciting new gallery in Bury St Edmunds.
We have a wonderful selection of new works by Catherine Bremner, Harry Brioche, Colin Carruthers, Mark Eldred, Margaret Glass PS, Yvonne Lamden-Cooper, Edward Noott RBSA, John Tookey and Jonathan Trim. Among them we have three amazing paintings of beautiful Aldeburgh by Mark Eldred, three lovely little paintings of Cambridge by John Tookey and two stunning Norfolk seascapes by Jonathan Trim.
We are delighted to welcome back abstract artist Caroline Bailey RSW. We also welcome new artists to the gallery James Horton PRBA with his beautiful Suffolk sea and landscapes and sculpturer Lynda Hukins with her life size wildlife and abstract pieces. For the horse lovers, new fantastic work by equine artists Sally Martin SEA and Huw Williams. Also featuring new amazing work by Alastair Proud SWLA, impressionist artist David Farren and impasto master Colin Carruthers who has painted three of his famous triptychs. To complete this vibrant Summer Exhibition new wonderful pieces by regulars to the gallery Alexander Debenham, Peter Heard and Steven Mcloughlin. Something new and summery for everybody!
Edward Noott paintings are a celebration of places close to our hearts with his reminiscences of summers in England, Italy, FranceFrom the lovely English country garden scenes, rolling landscapes and river scenes, the stunning sunsets in Venice, Paris or London to the beautiful dappled light only ever seen in the south of France and that he masters so well. His impressionistic style sometimes reminds us of Monet, others of Turner. He is a full member of the RBSA and his paintings are collected world wide.
In our beautiful Christmas & New Year Exhibition we are introducing new artist to The Hunter Gallery Colin Carruthers, whose vibrant colours and bold use of the palette knife culminates in vigorous, textured landscapes that are a delight to the eye. Also featuring new amazing work by landscape artists Margaret Glass PS and Steven Mcloughlin, some stunning still life paintings by Alexander Debenham along with some touching pastels of family dogs by Yvonne Lamden-Cooper and charming everyday street life paintings by Charles Debenham. We have a whole new collection of sculptures by famous sculptor John Brown whose incredible work is all about feelings and relationships and some unique glass pieces by Laura Hart.A very exciting exhibition with something to suit all tastes and budgets!
Our artists have been out and about with their paints and easels during this past summer and have produced a marvellous collection for our Autumn Exhibition that features new artwork by landscape artists Edward Noott RBSA, Brian Ryder ROI PIEA and Harry Brioche. Also new work by urban landscape artist David Farren, wildlife artist Colin chandler, still life artist Alexander Debenham along with Claire Weeks, famous for her chickens in watercolour. And we welcome new artist to The Hunter Gallery, Jonathan Taylor who paints the most astonishing water scenes in pastel and watercolour.
August starts at The Hunter Gallery with a beautiful new exhibition! The August Exhibition features wonderful new pieces by Alexander Debenham, Steven Mcloughlin, Mark Eldred, Paul Vousden and Max Cameron. A new collection of Mark Hall's famous conkers and some exquisite lamps from furniture designer Anthony Gray. We have also rotated a lot of pieces from our fairly large stock and after two very intense days of rehanging, the gallery looks amazing with lots new to see!