Current Exhibiting 

Artists and Photographers 

at The Gallery

Quality Norfolk Artwork


Bruce Aitchison

I have been painting and drawing with a variety of media all my life, mostly in my spare time, but since retiring I am able to spend more time on it. 

My work includes a mix of figure and portrait drawing, still life and landscapes, the latter often reflecting scenes of East Anglia.

Jan Heath

Largely a self-taught painter, I began when I retired from teaching in 2013. I paint in acrylics and oils and am influenced by everything I see, with children featuring frequently in my work. I am drawn to their innocence and lack of inhibitions and enjoy capturing moments in their lives. 

My work is continually evolving as I experiment with colour and different textures using a palette knife, sometimes just going where the paint takes me.

My Paintings have featured inside and on the cover of Paint magazine and are in private collections as far away as Australia.

Ruth Mann​

I live in rural Norfolk with my husband and dog Milly. 

I caught the Art bug after taking early retirement from the Civil Service in 2007 and after some experimenting I found my medium, soft pastels, whose vibrant lasting colour captured my imagination.

My interest is in representational and impressionistic art and I work on a variety of subjects, whatever inspires me at a given time.

I have shown and sold work in local exhibitions, including those run by the Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle.

 I also sell online, mostly to the USA.  

Rosalie Osborne Gibb

My art very much reflects my love of the Norfolk coast and countryside, from surf and sunsets to wildlife and landscapes, worked predominantly in watercolours, acrylics and pastels.

My art covers a diverse range of styles and subjects, evidence of constantly experimenting with new materials and techniques to improve my skills and expand my creativity.

I conduct inspirational 'Creative Watercolour' workshops and recently tutored at a John Lewis Partnership residential art week on Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour.

Eleanor Alison

I only started painting once I had retired from my profession as an Optometrist.

During the last few years I have been developing a style using oil paints applied with a palette knife. This is now becoming a little more impressionistic.

My principal interest is with the landscape in all of its various forms; rough rugged mountains, quiet streams, water reflections and colourful sunsets.

Wayne Ford IEA (Assoc)

I have been a professional Illustrator/Artist all my working life and during that time I have worked for some of the largest publishing houses in London and New York.

My work covers many genres painted mainly in watercolour, although I do enjoy venturing into the realms of abstract art by way of a change from my usual highly detailed work.

I have had work accepted in the IEA open exhibitions in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and now have been appointed as an IEA provisional member.

A wonderful Gallery and Tea Shop. Love the Art on view.  Look forward to coming again.

Colin Harvey

Originally a commercial photographer, I moved into fine art and sculpture as Principal Photographer at the National Gallery, London, and worked with many well known artists including Peter Blake and Paula Rego.

I have previously had two joint exhibitions, at St Martin's in the Fields and the Sheridan Russell Galleries in London, before recently moving to Norfolk. 

I am now freelance, and concentrate on capturing the moods and atmosphere of the East Anglian Landscape.

You can view more of my work on

Tony Colledge

As well as classic, traditional landscapes that reflect a 'perfect' moment in time, I also enjoy taking photographs which have an unusual or striking texture, colour or shape. 

  Alternatively, I like the challenge of capturing natural patterns from different viewpoints.

Ann Feavers

I specialise in reviving the Victorian art form of glass pictures. 

I use original Victorian engravings taken from historical magazines like the Illustrated London News

The images are screen printed on the reverse of the glass and then I hand paint them to get the finished picture.

Vivienne Tuddenham (Textile Artist)

I have been sewing in one form or another since a very early age but when I retired I decided to concentrate on textiles and embroidery. I spent the next three years taking City and Guild Stages I and II.

Since then I have been producing pictures using varying forms but I now seem to favour applique with top stitching and use many techniques, including hand-dyeing, watercolour paints and crayons.

Happiness is a needle and thread!

A very nice Gallery with an interesting variety of work and subjects.

Luke Power

I create wildlife sculptures from re-cycled scrap metal.

I often use cutlery, kitchen utensils, screws and sheet metal to make a variety of creatures.

My past work includes barn owls, kingfishers, herons and butterflies.

Marianne Charlesworth

I am a Norwich based textile artist with a strong interest in zoology, botany and the natural world –including the incredible artistry found among viruses and bacteria!

Whilst my main emphasis is on hand-embroidery, I enjoy linking it with a variety of printing methods, together with machine-embroidery, to produce multi-layered images.

Danica Bloomfield

Although I have now been painting for 20 years, I still consider myself a beginner - learning all the time. 

I have a rather eclectic approach to my art, using a wide variety of media from lino and collograph prints to watercolours and oils.