THE HUNTER GALLERY OPENS IN BURY ST ED­MUNDS

THE OPEN­ING EXHIBITION (BURY ST ED­MUNDS) Oc­to­ber 7TH to Novem­ber 30TH

EADT Suffolk - - Art Beat -

We are de­lighted to an­nounce the open­ing of our new gallery in the beau­ti­ful town of Bury St Ed­munds. The gallery is lo­cated in a great spot be­tween The Abbey Gar­dens and St Ed­munds Cathe­dral.

The Hunter Gallery has been es­tab­lished since 2001 in Long Melford. We ex­hibit well known lo­cal artists from Suf­folk, Nor­folk and Es­sex along­side some of the UK’s most re­spected cre­ators of paint­ings, sculp­ture and fur­ni­ture. We spe­cialise in con­tem­po­rary fine art for the home in a wide range of styles and me­dia with some­thing to suit all tastes and bud­gets. For the Open­ing Exhibition we will be fea­tur­ing a great col­lec­tion of new work by some of our top artists in­clud­ing Caro­line Bai­ley RSW, Harry Brioche, Colin Car­ruthers, Alexan­der Deben­ham, Mark El­dred, Ian El­liot, Mar­garet Glass PS, Sally Martin SEA, Steven Mclough­lin, Ed­ward Noott RBSA and Huw Wil­liams. We also wel­come back Ir­ish artist John Mor­ris to the gallery. This won­der­ful and eclec­tic exhibition in­cludes some stun­ning land­scapes with beau­ti­ful, at­mo­spheric skies, English seascapes and river­scapes of places like Alde­burgh, Pin Mill, The Stour, The Ouse and many more. We also have some mag­i­cal rem­i­nis­cences of sum­mers in the South of France and Italy. For the horse lovers we have new stun­ning pieces, along­side some idyl­lic blue­bell forests and gor­geous still life paint­ings. As al­ways, we have a great range of sculp­tures and glass. We will be op­er­at­ing as usual in our gallery in Long Melford which is also full with amaz­ing new pieces and look for­ward to wel­com­ing you at our ex­cit­ing new gallery in Bury St Ed­munds.

Ar­rival of Spring by Harry Brioche

Rhodo­den­drons and Aza­lias by Mark El­dred

Abel Tas­man’s Voy­age by Alexan­der Deben­ham

Cottage Door by Mar­garet Glass PS

Sum­mer Light by John Mor­ris

Sun­flow­ers and Or­anges by Ed­ward Noott RBSA

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