Exhibition programme

Aldeburgh Gallery hosts exhibitions throughout the year following all the government guidelines for covid precautions to keep you safe.

Join Friends of Aldeburgh Gallery

Receive email newsletters to keep in touch with information on forthcoming exhibitions and events at Aldeburgh Gallery.
Join Friends of Aldeburgh Gallery

Spring 2021

Take 4
Take 4 – 12th to 21st April
Aldeburgh Gallery will be reopening on 12th April with an exhibition by four local artists. Please pop in and see what they have been creating during lockdown using the local landscape as their inspiration. 
Brian Coetzee, Tobias Ford, Ben Baglio and Henri Velliers work in different mediums: paintings, digital silks, steel sculptures, ceramics and silk screen prints.
Eastern EdgeEastern EdgeEastern Edge
Eastern Edge – 22nd to 28th April
A small but varied group of artists living near the east Suffolk coast, exhibit at the Aldeburgh Gallery each Spring and Autumn, since 2013. Coordinated by Tricia davidson (painter) and Bill Haward (drawing & collage). Other artists included Marilyn Jackson (painter) and ceramicists Jean McIntosh and Fiona Shreeve. Ni Gooding (prints) will join us this year.
Printmakers x2Printmakers x2
PRINTmakers x2 – 29th April to 5th May
Julie Orpen produces lino prints and engravings that are often inspired by the natural world around her, and she attempts to convey the movement in nature when she designs her work, as well as a sense of depth, and will often ‘break out’ from the frame of her images with blades of grass, or a bird’s wing.
Anne Townshend (artist and printmaker) is constantly inspired by her surroundings, Anne can often be seen cycling and sketching around her local Suffolk lanes, or settled with a sketch book in a sheltered corner somewhere along the beautiful east coast. Always having been involved with art, the acquisition of an albion printing press some years ago initiated a change of direction for the expression of Anne’s creativity, through carving and printing lino block.
‘Making my art is my pleasure - I hope it gives others pleasure too.’
Morag Warrack
Birds, Bees, Seas and CEEs – 6th to 12th May
Morag Warrack
The magic and majesty of nature is constantly being unfolded to us, from microscopic images to major calamities.
This exhibition embraces it all; it’s a plea to savour our planet – to feel awe in the tiny and the terrifying. It urges us to step into our own powers of protection however feeble or fierce. Together we are mighty, like a swarm of bees, like drops of water in the seas.
Sometimes exploring the clash where man meets nature, or where mankind lives in harmony with nature, most of the paintings are on canvas in acrylic. 
(CCE is Climate and Ecology Emergency)
13 MayJulia Watson
Breaths of Green Fields and Open Sky* – 13th to 19th May
This is an exciting collection of diverse work by four Suffolk artists inspired by the natural world around them. 
Working in a variety of mediums with a shared emphasis on colour, texture and form, the subject matter ranges from still lives of garden flowers to abstract interpretations of the Suffolk coast. There are paintings by Julia Watson and Anna Dixon-Smith, collage and prints by Karenza Jackson and free standing glass pieces by Gay Hutchings. *(John Clare)
143 High Street
Aldeburgh
Open daily
10.00 – 17.00
01728 454168 Enquiries
01728 452772 Gallery
© Aldeburgh Gallery  | Website by Hatt Owen Design
arrow-down