Suffolk is an inspiring county! Find Art Exhibitions on across Suffolk in our month-by-month guide.

Art Exhibitions Suffolk  May 2018

Saturday 31 March to Sunday 20 May
Andy Lovell Exhibition
Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm. Friday 2.30 to 6pm
Mill Tye Gallery and Arts Centre, 3 Cornard Mills, Mill Tye, Great Cornard, Sudbury, CO10 0GW
Andy Lovell Exhibition in the 1st Floor Gallery at Mill Tye. His latest Screen prints plus some old favourites will be on show. Both framed and unframed available.
Free Entry
Tel: 01787 376 796 (24hrs answerphone)
Email: [email protected]
Parking:
Parking is in the car park before the level crossing.
The gallery is a short walk opposite the Mill Pond, before the river, in the old Bakers Mill Building.

 

Tuesday 10 April to Monday 7 May
Suffolk Open Studios Paintings and 3D Works
Mon – Sat 10 – 5pm Sunday 10 – 4pm
The Apex, 1 Charter Square, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 3FD
Suffolk Open Studios are exhibiting Paintings and 3D works. “Inspirations” is to show visitors what inspires Suffolk Artists. 32 Artists are exhibiting some fabulous and varied works
Free entry
Contact: The Apex – 01284 75800 for further information.

 

Tuesday 17 April to Saturday 26 May
Spring 2018 Exhibition
The George Farnham Gallery, 6A High Street, Saxmundham, IP17 1DD
An eclectic mix of etchings, watercolours, oils, acrylics, dry and oil pencil sketches, abstracts, ceramics, prints, glass promoting regional talent
Free Entry
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 01728 603308

 

Saturday 28 April to Sunday 17 June
Contemporary Chinese Works on Paper: A Review
Ipswich Art Gallery, 1 Upper High Street, Ipswich, IP1 3NE
This exhibition will show the largest selection of contemporary Chinese works on paper outside of China. It explores the rich diversity of contemporary practice in Chinese drawing, printing and painting on paper in the 21st century.
Chinese calligraphy developed during the Han Dynasty of 206 BC – 220 AD whilst traditional Chinese painting evolved from this some time later.
Both traditional Chinese calligraphy and painting employ the same methods, being carried out with a brush dipped in black ink applied to highly absorbent paper. Today many artists from China still employ these traditional techniques whilst also embracing more contemporary methods in work, which both looks to the past and embraces the future.
With 72 artists and over 100 artworks visitors can explore a diverse range of pictures.
Curated by Zhang Xing, Robert Priseman and Marco Cali.
Free admission.

 

Thursday 24 May to Monday 28 May
Art Exhibition
10am- 6pm
St Mary’s Church, School Street, Stoke by Nayland, CO6 4QY
An exhibition and sale of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics and wood turning. All by East Anglian artists and at affordable prices
Email: [email protected]

 

Saturday 26 May to Monday 28 May
Cockfield Art Show 2018
10.00am – 4.30pm daily
Cockfield Village Hall, Church Lane, Cockfield, IP30 0LA
The 4th Annual Cockfield Art Show
More than 500 paintings and craft works for sale by over 70 artists on the Bank Holiday Weekend 26/27/28th May 2018
The Pop up Kitchen will be serving light lunches and wonderful homemade cakes and scones. Probably the friendliest Art Show and nearly the largest in East Anglia.
Credit/debit card payments accepted for Art Works
Run by Cockfield Community Council – raising funds for Community Projects in Cockfield
Free Entry
Janne Cutting-Keyton
01284 828264
[email protected]

 

Art Exhibitions Suffolk  June 2018

Saturday 2 June to Sunday 24 June
Lee Thomas Exhibition
Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm. Friday 2.30pm to 6pm
Mill Tye Gallery and Arts Centre, 3 Cornard Mills, Mill Tye, Great Cornard, Sudbury, CO10 0GW
Lee Thomas – Boat and Sea Art
Lee Thomas is a Colchester based artist. He has worked in the creative industry for over 20 years and has been exhibiting his work in various galleries throughout East Anglia for over 10 years. Lee’s work draws inspiration from the natural environment around him.
Free Entry
Tel: 01787 376 796 (24hrs answerphone)
Email: [email protected]
Parking:
Parking is in the car park before the level crossing.
The gallery is a short walk opposite the Mill Pond, before the river, in the old Bakers Mill Building.

 

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