18 May–12 June 2024
A new show of works derived from the landscape with ceramics by Jeremy James

Featuring paintings by Sue Campion, Anne Davies, Sarah Lees, John Newland and Chris Prout with prints by Trevor Price and ceramic sculpture by Jeremy James

You are warmly invited to join us in the gallery for drinks and nibbles to celebrate the opening of the exhibition

Saturday 18th May from 10am to 5pm

The exhibition will then continue until Wednesday 12th June
Gallery open 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday (Bank Holidays: 10am to 4pm)

Works from the show will be available to preview online; sign up to our emailing list for updates. 


Sue Campion
Sue Campion RBA is primarily a colourist. She works in oil and pastel combining wonderful rich colours with a strong sense of pattern and design. The subject of her works range from Shropshire hills to the Thames and southern Europe.

Chris Prout
Chris Prout is an established artist and well known for his dynamic interpretation of land, sea and architecture. Inspired by nature, the countryside of Norfolk and Wales have formed a backdrop to his work. His painting style is brisk, atmospheric and seemingly carefree, though his consideration of composition and colour is evident.

John Newland
Born in Norwich, John Newland's landscape paintings are a personal expression of his love of the rural and coastal areas of North Norfolk. He delights in carefully controlled subtleties of colour and tone. His paintings have a contemplative quality, conveying the tranquillity and natural beauty of Norfolk's particular light, open skies and gentle landscapes.

Anne Davies
Anne Davies work is inspired by landscape combined with a strong abstract element. She seeks to convey the feeling of moving through the landscape, capturing a memory and sense of place rather than a specific scene.

Sarah Lees
Sarah Lees' landscapes move towards abstraction and have a strong modernist feel. Her work focuses on the visual language of trees and hedgerows and how they fit into the agricultural landscape. Alongside the colour and composition, Sarah pays close attention to surface detail of the finished painting adding to the depth.

Trevor Price
Trevor Price is an award-winning artist specialising in finely detailed drypoint and engraved relief prints, and large scale woodcuts. Woodblocks and polycarbonate sheets are carved, scratched and engraved using chisels, blades and power tools before being rolled with ink and printed onto paper through a large etching press.

Jeremy James
Jeremy James is an accomplished sculptor and printmaker who has worked as a professional artist for over 35 years. His work is concerned with animals and people and, frequently, their interaction. His unique pieces involved extensive hand modelling of soft stoneware clay before high-firing.

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