Aldeburgh Gallery

Aldeburgh Gallery

Exhibitions 2018

Aldeburgh Gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year. Please select a season from the list below. 

Spring 2018

Summer 2018

Autumn 2018

Winter 2018

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Exhibitions - Autumn 2018

Katherine Barney – 30th August to 5th September

I am a ceramic artist,I produce individual pieces, jugs, plates, teapots, cups, platters etc. I sell mainly in Norfolk, and Suffolk, like Jarrolds, Wiveton Hall, Holkham Hall.Catch me while you can in Aldeburgh!

Brenda NashVal Armstrong
Meditations – 6th to 12th September

Brenda Nash and Val Armstrong

Brenda Nash is an artist printmaker and member of the Waterfront studios in Ipswich.  She works in a variety of traditional printmaking methods and is now using cyanotype as a means of expression. Her recent work looks at reflection, passing, loss and regeneration  in landscape and abstract images. Brenda undertook an artists printmaking residency in Venice in 2017

Tony Rothon and Sarah Nutley – 13th to 19th September

Tony Rothon (studied at The Slade full-time, 1967-73) and Sarah Nutley (studied full-time at Richmond upon Thames College, 1983-86) have lived and worked together for many years. As professional artists and teachers, they recognise that painting as both formal and leisure activity has greatly advanced in popularity and range in recent years. Making no great claims to originality, they are happy to take their place amongst the many.

What may distinguish their work from that of others is a matter of priority. Art, they believe, exists within an arena, and they are anxious to stay within it. No longer led, as thay once were, by subject matter or by passion-driven attempts at style, they choose instead to focus on ‘how’ as much as ‘what’. Their aim is to schieve a balance between what is expressed and its means of expression. This balance, they agree, is as crucial as it is fragile. It lies at the centre of art.


Ruth BunnewellRuth Bunnewell – 20th to 26th September

Having lived in and predominantly painted the Norfolk landscape, the slightly rolling vistas and the enigmatic atmosphere of the Suffolk countryside has drawn my gaze. I am currently working on paintings that capture the similarities and differences in the landscapes, and the atmosphere that these landscapes exude.

Sarah Cannell Ancient Landscapes ­– 27th September to 3rd October

Sarah Cannell is a painter and printmaker who walks and draws in the landscape of the Waveney Valley. She seeks out pockets of ancient land, winding lanes and pathways to create expressive drawings which are then developed into paintings with layers of intense colours. Sarah studied at Falmouth Art College, St Martins and Curwen Print Centre, she teaches, paints and prints at her studios in Beccles and Raveningham. 


Viva la VidaViva la Vida ­– 3rd to 10th October

A collection of pieces inspired by the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.

The exhibition brings together new works by printmaker Vicki Johnson, paintings by Karen Cooley and small tiled Mexican tables by Maria Beaumont. Cards, gifts, cacti and plants will also be for sale supplied by Urban Jungle.

Monica Climi, artist and dream builder coach will be running her workshop launch on Sunday 7th October 12pm – 2pm, for details contact

Derek ChanbersPrometheus Orchestra InviteMixed Exhibition in aid of NSPCC – 11th to 17th October

 Sudbourne Printmakers exhibition in aid of NSPCC

Prometheus Orchestra cordially invites you to a private viewing of an exhibition by the Sudbourne Park Printmakers to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday 12th October from 6.00 – 8.00pm