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.


James Ward: Animal Painter

04/05/2018 – 28/10/2018 @ Palace House Newmarket

Brought together for a rare viewing, are paintings including the artist’s arresting Fight between a Lion and a Tiger (1797) on loan from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and View in Tabley Park (1813-18), on loan from Tate. Additional works on display will include a series of delicately rendered drawings demonstrating Ward’s precise draughtsmanship, on loan […]

GoGoHares 2018 City Trail

24/06/2018 – 08/09/2018 @ Norwich City Centre

GoGoHares 2018 is presented by Break Charity in partnership with Wild in Art.

GoGoHares City Trail

01/07/2018 – 17/09/2018 @ Norwich City Centre

GoGoHares City Trail 24th June – 8th September GoGoHares is a mass participation event brought to you by Norfolk children’s charity Break in partnership with Wild in Art. The city trail has 50 hares dotted around the city of Norwich. All the hares will be going to auction on 11th October. Pick up a trail […]

Sculpture Exhibition

28/07/2018 – 09/09/2018 @ Doddington Hall

We are delighted to announce the return of our fourth biennial fine outdoor and indoor Sculpture Exhibition. New for 2018: Ceramics Exhibition A stunning exhibition throughout the gardens and in the Stable Yard galleries from over 75 national and international sculptors, and 50 ceramicists. An exciting, inspiring and beautiful array of sculptures from across the UK […]

GoGoHares City Trail

05/08/2018 – 22/10/2018 @ Norwich City Centre

GoGoHares City Trail 24th June – 8th September GoGoHares is a mass participation event brought to you by Norfolk children’s charity Break in partnership with Wild in Art. The city trail has 50 hares dotted around the city of Norwich. All the hares will be going to auction on 11th October. Pick up a trail […]

A YEAR TO REFLECT

09/08/2018 – 16/09/2018 @ The Gallery at Parndon Mill

This exhibition is of work by Anthony Lysycia completed during a creative gap year in rural France. Expecting to paint a series of landscapes, he was surprised to find himself working on a selection of old floorboards. He also discovered a nearby quarry with beautiful French limestone to carve. The boards have become polychromed wood […]

Art Exhibition titled Essex Creeks and Estuaries

15/08/2018 – 08/09/2018 @ Hayletts Gallery

The estuaries and creeks of Essex are so typical of this county that one struggles to think of anywhere else in the world remotely similar. From mudflats to saltmarshes, seawalls and rivers, we have them all. It is a certain kind of beauty, tricky to define, more a feeling – an experience.  As time marches […]

Art in Clay

17/08/2018 – 19/08/2018 @ Hatfield House

Celebrating 24 years of Art in Clay at Hatfield House in 2018, this show has now become one of the most important ceramic events in Europe. The makers range from young imaginative students and relative newcomers to leading National and International makers. Some of the best ideas for ceramics in interior and garden design will […]

We Must Do Battle Where We Are Standing

19/08/2018 @ Jaywick Martello Tower

In this exhibition artist Kate Genever is focusing on the quiet improvisations made by communities that reveal coping mechanisms and acts of resistance. This drawing installation aims to share some of Kate’s findings relating to Jaywick Sands and its community, encouraging us to consider man’s ingenuity in the face of change. Exhibition will conclude with […]

We Must Do Battle Where We Are Standing

20/08/2018 @ Jaywick Martello Tower

In this exhibition artist Kate Genever is focusing on the quiet improvisations made by communities that reveal coping mechanisms and acts of resistance. This drawing installation aims to share some of Kate’s findings relating to Jaywick Sands and its community, encouraging us to consider man’s ingenuity in the face of change. Exhibition will conclude with […]