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.


Jilly Edwards Glimpses and Memories

19/01/2019 – 17/03/2019 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Jilly Edwards’ tapestries use combinations of cotton, wool and linen yarns. She is particularly known for her upbeat use of yellow. Jilly says while her surroundings are the starting point for her work. “It’s more the thoughts and memories that these places evoke, not the initial representation but my response.” The tapestries in the exhibition […]

Gosfield Gallery Open Exhibition Winners show

02/02/2019 – 28/02/2019 @ Gosfield Gallery

Following our successful Winter Open exhibition, we are delighted to welcome our Joint Winners, Neil Higgs for “Merlin Roar” and Alison McKinney for “Woodland Stream” to Gosfield Gallery for the month of February with an exhibition of their work.  Both artists will be present at 2pm on Saturday 2nd February to receive their diplomas.   Congratulations to both […]

STRAY

06/02/2019 – 31/03/2019 @ The Old Fire Engine House Gallery

Stray is a diverse group of seven Cambridge based artists founded in 2011 with the aim to challenge visual and ideological comfort zones and promote art to a wider public audience. They will be exhibiting work in all media throughout the house and both galleries this February and March. Featuring Sue Law, Judy Logan, Jill […]

‘Art and the Churchill Family’ Exhibition

10/02/2019 – 16/03/2019 @ Blenheim Palace

Showcasing recently acquired works of art, including unseen works by Sir Winston Churchill and family portraits from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. As part of our goal to re-acquire key works from the Palace’s lost collections, we have recently purchased 15 paintings and 40 miniatures from the Estate of Viscount Churchill, and these will be exhibited for […]

The Young Turner Exhibition

16/02/2019 – 22/04/2019 @ Blenheim Palace

Ambitions in Architecture and the Art of Perspective Turner painted ‘Blenheim, Oxfordshire’ in 1833 for his ‘Picturesque Views in England and Wales’ series. This exhibition presents some of the artist’s first commissions and most celebrated topographical works, focusing on his increasing expertise in depicting architecture and perspective from the 1780s – 1810s. Among the loans […]

Jilly Edwards Glimpses and Memories

18/02/2019 – 19/02/2019 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

An exhibition of by Jilly Edwards in the roof gallery, part of the NCCD season of textiles. Jilly Edwards’ tapestries use combinations of cotton, wool and linen yarns. She is particularly known for her upbeat use of yellow. Jilly says while her surroundings are the starting point for her work, ‘It’s more the thoughts and […]

Jilly Edwards Glimpses and Memories

19/02/2019 – 20/02/2019 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

An exhibition of by Jilly Edwards in the roof gallery, part of the NCCD season of textiles. Jilly Edwards’ tapestries use combinations of cotton, wool and linen yarns. She is particularly known for her upbeat use of yellow. Jilly says while her surroundings are the starting point for her work, ‘It’s more the thoughts and […]

Jilly Edwards Glimpses and Memories

20/02/2019 – 21/02/2019 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

An exhibition of by Jilly Edwards in the roof gallery, part of the NCCD season of textiles. Jilly Edwards’ tapestries use combinations of cotton, wool and linen yarns. She is particularly known for her upbeat use of yellow. Jilly says while her surroundings are the starting point for her work, ‘It’s more the thoughts and […]

Jilly Edwards Glimpses and Memories

21/02/2019 – 22/02/2019 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

An exhibition of by Jilly Edwards in the roof gallery, part of the NCCD season of textiles. Jilly Edwards’ tapestries use combinations of cotton, wool and linen yarns. She is particularly known for her upbeat use of yellow. Jilly says while her surroundings are the starting point for her work, ‘It’s more the thoughts and […]

GOODNESS (!)

21/02/2019 @ The Gallery at Parndon Mill

GOODNESS (!) Liz Boast and Kirsten Wilson This exhibition will explore “Goodness” in all its connotations, from angelic and heroic, to shocking and possibly stomach churning. Both artists share a love of the curious, of storytelling, the recycling of materials and ideas, fun, history and playing with words. They plan to twist the word Goodness, […]