Art & Exhibitions 

Find out where to see the best Art Exhibitions in The South of England and East Anglia, from famous paintings to the latest contemporary works. Featuring some of the finest Art & Exhibitions in the country.


William Orpen: Method & Mastery

19/11/2019 – 23/02/2020 @ Watts Gallery- Artists\\\’ Village

Celebrated for his career as an official war artist, the Irish-born painter Sir William Orpen KBE RA (1878 – 1931) is best known for his rapid and expressive painting style. President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters from 1924 – 1930, Orpen became one of the leading portraitists of his age. Featuring a selection […]

Towards The Mayflower 1420 not 2020

15/12/2019 – 09/12/2020 @ Clare Hall Herschel Road CB3 9AL

Hello, Here’s a Dropbox link to my Monday interview with Radio CAM 105 https://www.dropbox.com/s/iy21oxsllrx491e/NickJuett.mp3?dl=0 On show in a range of sizes are also some art spanning decades – 26 pictures in all. “Towards The Mayflower” is the title for a gripping fantasy of a new possibility across the ocean. Just like today – maybe?  Under […]

GSV Winter Open Exhibition 2020

07/01/2020 – 31/01/2020 @ Gosfield Gallery

Gosfield Gallery is very pleased to announce that the 7th Annual Winter Open Exhibition is now open.  We have 33 entries this year.  All visitors are invited to come along and vote for their 3 favourite items.  The artwork receiving most first votes will earn the artist a solo show in February on a commission […]

Exhibition of paintings and ceramics

16/01/2020 – 23/02/2020 @ The Gallery at Parndon Mill

Our first exhibition for 2020 presents a selection of paintings by Lorna Brown based on landscapes both nearby and a little further afield. Royston Heath, the iconic Primrose Hill, London, and a local allotment site all provide interesting possibilities as subjects. Starting with photographs and sketches, and through alteration and re-working the paint, an impression […]

Liz Pearson: Sense of Self

24/01/2020 – 25/01/2020 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Sense of Self by Liz Pearson focuses on June, who is living with dementia, and the role of participatory design in promoting a ‘sense of self’ after a dementia diagnosis. The exhibition documents key aspects of June’s life, with a collection of objects, photographs, artworks by June. Pearson’s own work in glass, made in response […]

Remember Me: Charlotte Hodes Papercuts and Ceramics

25/01/2020 – 26/01/2020 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Remember Me profiles Charlotte Hodes’ longstanding engagement with the boundaries between fine art and craft practice. Her work draws from both the rich iconography of the decorative arts and her own hand drawn archive of motifs centered on the female figure. Hodes uses collage in a unique way to challenge accepted hierarchical structures and presents […]

Liz Pearson: Sense of Self

26/01/2020 – 27/01/2020 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Sense of Self by Liz Pearson focuses on June, who is living with dementia, and the role of participatory design in promoting a ‘sense of self’ after a dementia diagnosis. The exhibition documents key aspects of June’s life, with a collection of objects, photographs, artworks by June. Pearson’s own work in glass, made in response […]

Patrick Heron: An Artist in Focus

26/01/2020 @ Mill Green Museum & Mill

Come and explore the work of local artist Patrick Heron and don’t miss this unique chance to see two of his original works on loan from Tate. This exhibition showcases Heron’s work from his early designs for Cresta Silks Ltd., a textile company that his father founded in Welwyn Garden City, through his development into […]

Remember Me: Charlotte Hodes Papercuts and Ceramics

28/01/2020 – 29/01/2020 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Remember Me profiles Charlotte Hodes’ longstanding engagement with the boundaries between fine art and craft practice. Her work draws from both the rich iconography of the decorative arts and her own hand drawn archive of motifs centered on the female figure. Hodes uses collage in a unique way to challenge accepted hierarchical structures and presents […]

75 Memorials – A Community Remembers

28/01/2020 @ Landmark Arts Centre

January 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. In commemoration of this major anniversary, London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, working with the Landmark Arts Centre, will be showcasing artwork, poetry and prose submitted by schools, community groups and individuals from across the borough. This exhibition will be a moving commemoration of the Holocaust and, by […]