Aldeburgh Gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year. Please select a season from the list below.
143 High Street
10:00 - 17:00
June – December
15 June – 21 June
Josephine Harpur’s exhibition will include an eclectic mix of contemporary British artists including Salliann Putman, Jane Corsellis, Adam Binder, Eileen Hogan, Louise Balaam and Robert Wells. A real opportunity to see and buy some exquisite pieces.
22 June – 28 June
Alistair Carr is an author. artist and explorer who has a long-standing affinity with wilderness landscapes and their horizons. The North Sea’s horizons are desert and steppe-like in character and this series of charcoal and oil works has been created in autumn mist, deep winter and high summer.
29 June – 05 July
An exhibition of works created by Marion and Scott Stuart exploring our connection to land and sea, through painting, drawing and sculpture. Scott Stuart’s works combine mixed media with painting, while Marion Stuart’s pieces are delicate ceramic boat like vessels.
06 July – 12 July
Julia Watson’s expressionist paintings and Lucy Lutyens organic sculptures complement one another in their use use of the abstract form. Julia uses vivid colours, form and texture to express the language of emotion and Lucy creates abstract sculptures inspired by the nature and wildlife around her.
13 July – 19 July
Many artists have connections with Aldeburgh or the nearby villages or countryside. Expect to see works by Rowland Suddaby, Margaret Thomas, Mary Potter, John Nash, Tessa Newcomb, Colin Self and Moss Fuller.
20 July – 26 July
Steve Higton’s inspirational and masterly depictions of the East Anglia coastline and landscape, in oils.
27 July – 02 August
Revisiting the Aldeburgh Gallery with a selection of recent abstract, semi-abstract and figurative paintings. Sculptures by Patrick Elder.
03 August – 09 August
Christopher Humphries experiments with new ideas, bigger and bolder pattern forms and lush, vibrant colours in multiple media. One of his defining features is his versatility and open mind regarding his approach to his unique subjects
10 August – 23 August
The celebrated East Coast maritime photographer Den Phillips specialises in photographing Classic and Traditional boats and seascapes in black and white. Joining Den is a collective of other Salty Dogs Artists featuring driftwood, paintings, pottery and more, all with with a local nautical theme.
24 August – 30 August
Brian Coetzee creates unique watercolour paintings inspired by the Suffolk landscape and then have them digitally printed onto Silk. Both original framed artwork and Silks will be available to view in his new exhibition.
31 August – 06 September
Tony Hatt is an accomplished watercolour artist, living and working in Suffolk. He is fascinated by the elusive imagery of the ever changing reflections on the restless surface of water in the sea and rivers. His sense of humour is apparent in his witty food paintings.
07 September – 13 September
A special mixed exhibition to highlight some of the new artists and exhibitions for 2018. Artists include Justin Lois Thorpe and Sarah Poland and others.
14 September – 20 September
Seven artists, Clive Barnett, Louise Chick, Nicky Eastaugh, Sally Heydon, Margaret Holder, Anne Humphreys and Ruth Seabrook explore the diverse theme of ‘Identity ‘ in the media of print and stitch.
21 September – 27 September
Three painters and an architect explore a sense of place with drawing, collage, monoprints and acrylics. Patricia Davidson, Marilyn Jackson, Miriam Smith-Phillipson and Bill Haward.
28 September – 04 October
CO3 Studio Artists who live and work on the Essex/Suffolk border, are presenting a variety of mediums and styles in representation of the coast. Paintings, drawings and sculpture will be on display.
05 October – 11 October
Hand painted ceramics, jugs, bowls, plates, using nature, animals, fish, flowers etc as inspiration. Commissions undertaken. Back for a fourth exciting year.
12 October – 18 October
The exhibition will recount a fantasy journey I often make between Aldgate in the East end of London to Aldeburgh. I leave behind the memory of a seething incoherent metropolis and travel through the vast brooding wilderness vistas of Iceland finally arriving at Aldeburgh.
19 October – 25 October
Tessa’s photographs portray the wild beauty of Suffolk and an unsettling quality that the changing light and man made elements conjure up in those places. She has captured that familiarity yet strangeness and presents her images in a unique collection alongside a beautifully bound book.
26 October – 01 November
The ceramicist Faye Richardson, Fine Artist Kate Walker and Jewellery Designer/Maker Holly Putman, come together as fellow artists and friends to showcase their latest body of work. All three artists live and work in the beautiful Waveney Valley.
02 November – 08 November
To coincide with Poetry in Aldeburgh week New Paintings, New Ceramics, New Sculptures by Theronda Hoffman, all inspired by “ The Boat Four Daughters “ on Aldeburgh Beach. Come visit the exhibition and find out about the inspiration by the artist to celebrate the festival.
09 November – 15 November
After a successful show last year, this artist continues to develop the focus of her work. Bringing light, colour and expression to her explorations of how we connect to our surroundings. An exciting mixture of landscapes, interiors and the human form.
16 November – 22 November
Laura Beardsell-Moore explores the natural world in her colourful and expressive oil paintings.
23 November – 29 November
Felicity Jones Ceramics and Alex Kennedy Photography
08 December – 12 December
Red Dot Art Presents a selection of contemporary fine art 2D & 3D works by artists Mark Fuller, Tony George, David Hutt, Gerry Jones, Terry Pastor and Tsvetelina Spiridonova. All available to purchase with prices starting at less than £200.
13 December – 08 January
Artists include Sara Johnson, Derek Chambers, Steve Saltmarsh, Rob Rutterford, Annette Rolston, Annabel Ridley, Clare Gaylard, Rob Wheeler and others.
Private View Saturday 16th December 12pm – 2pm Mulled Wine and Mince pies.
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