|Heacham Road, Sedgeford,|
Norfolk, PE36 5LU
|+44 (0)1485 571765|
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|The Art Gallery|
The Art Gallery in the Restaurant is tremendous fun to run. Every 3 to 6 months we welcome a new artist with their Norfolk work. The diversity has been enormous and very interesting. All work is available to purchase. We regularly hold a private wine & cheese reception to celebrate the opening of a new exhbition. You can visit the gallery during all opening hours and entry is free. If you are an artist and wish to exhibit Contact Nick on 01485 -571765 or our dedicated Press Officer Carolyn Wilson, who can be contacted on our main number 01485-571765 or mobile 0789 9984 898
|Now Showing: Jill Ilett (March 2014)|
Jill was born in Hertfordshire and taught at Hormead Primary School for 15 years. She also has been an Adult Education Tutor for both Herts & Norfolk C.C. Her work has been exhibited for many years in Norfolk Holt Picturecraft Gallery, Grapes Gallery Snettisham, Easter Open King's Lynn, Mall Galleries in London with Society of Women's Artists and did numerous one woman shows at Brancaster Staithe. Her work is in private collections all over the world.
|Previous Artist: Ian Ward (November 2013 - March 2014)|
Ian is a local photographer born and bred in Great Bircham. He has a lifelong passion for the history that surrounds this area and the natural beauty it contains. Ian has had many images published in national press, main stream magazines and is the main photographic contributior to the local KL Magazine. He does not take images specifically for publishing purposes, just images that reflect his love of the area. Ian lives in South Wootton with his wife Teresa, and his three children. He hopes that you enjoy looking at his work and it inspires you to visit areas depicted in his images.
|Previous Artist - Andrew Keenleyside|
Andrew Keenleyside lives and works in Hertfordshire, teaching at one of the country's top independent boys schools. He is a Painter/Printmaker (having studied fine art and etching [under Les Duxbury] at Kingston and Reading University) and during the long summer holidays he involves himself in his own personal art projects. With family connections in Norfolk and spending time there it is inevitable that the landscape around the North Norfolk coast should inspire him. He endeavors to record the cool colours and the clear crisp light of the area, big skies and the open flat landscape. His influences tend to be artists such as Pissarro and Sisley, with the use of rustic greens and tranquil blues in their palette. His paintily approach is particularly evident in the skies, water and foliage. Andrew reflects that 'I try to capture the essence of a landscape and the memory it leaves behind'. He has had a series of one man shows in London and the home counties, his work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy in London, and he is also represented in private collections in the USA, the far East and Europe.
|Previous Artist - Sarah Bowett|
Winner of the Syd Davison Memorial Award 'Best in Show' Norfolk.
An exciting and new exhibition featuring paintings by local artist, Sarah Bowett in the Gallery Restaurant. Sarah's colourful work captures the beauty of big Norfolk skies, flowers and local landscapes.
|Previous Artist - Martin Wase|
Local Wild life photogroper Martin Wase was born in Norfolk and continues to work locally, hoping his images will inspire others to enjoy and preserve important wild areas on the North Norfolk coast. His stunning photographs can be viewed in his personal Gallery 'the Attic' in Hunstanton. Click here here for more information.
|Previous Artist - Barbara King|
Barbara King was born & educated in Norwich. She has exhibited and sold paintings at the Mall Gallery in London in solo shows and galleries throughout Norfolk . Her popular coastal work can still be seen in many galleries around Norfolk. Check her website Here
|Previous Artist - Mick Bye|
Mick has lived in Shernborne (a small village on the Sandringham Estate) for all of his life, and now has his studio and gallery there. He adores village life. He is a true countryman with a deep love for nature, the Norfolk landscape and its people.
Mick is a keen walker and spends much of his time roaming the area on foot with his dogs, searching out new subject matter. He enjoys country sports and is a keen gardener. All this provides him with great inspiration for his wonderful photographs.
Mick varies his choice of cameras and techniques to best suit the subject matter and this care is repeated in the darkroom as he develops and prints all his own work.
For Micks website please Click Here