About Our Gallery

Ingleby Gallery sits gently in the Trent Valley, with some of the hamlet’s cottages dating back to the 16th century. It was originally a Shire horse stable on the Sir Francis Burdett Foremark Estate. It is surrounded by open pasture land extending to the river, with ponds and ducks, a very rural setting with ample parking for visitors.

The Gallery is open for exhibitions of two week’s for artist’s pieces throughout the year, with an ever-changing collection of; paintings by renowned artists including Steven McLoughlin, Steven Tandy, Deb Walker & Lawrie Williamson; sculpture by Tricia Harrison & Sue Riley; ceramics by Karen Fawcett & Julie Wilson, jewellery & glassware all being displayed in a welcoming and vibrant surroundings.

About Gill

Gill retired from teaching in 1998 and looked to pursue her interest in art and paintings, whilst continuing her love of working and communicating with others. An opportunity arose to convert an old Shire horse stable, next to her home, into a Gallery, and Gill welcomed the opportunity happily. The Gallery has hosted many exhibitions every year since then, usually exhibiting seven to eight artists or sculptors.

She enjoys visiting artists all over the country selecting ones she would like to exhibit but also encourages artistic talent to approach her. Gill believes that she has the best of worlds; living in the countryside, meeting interesting people, continuing her love of art and generally enjoying a lovely retirement.

About Carol Hill

What’s on at the moment

Upcoming exhibition:

Carol Hill 

‘The Changing Seasons’

October  7th – 21st

 

Carol is a landscape and still life artist.

Carol intially trained at Hong Kong University under the guidance of an American resident tutor, together with Chinese painter Professor Lau Ta Po.

She is a member of The Society of Women Artists, a Member of The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and President of the Matlock Artists Society.

As a qualified Adult Education Teacher she organises workshops, painting days and demonstrations to art groups and societies throughout the country and as a visiting artist & tutor on cruise liners.

Carol has exhibited widely, including at the Mall Gallery London in 2009 for the Society of Women’s Artist’s exhibition. Where she was awarded the “HRH Princess Michael of Kent Watercolour Award” for the most outstanding watercolour in the Society’s Annual Exhibition.

In 2017 she was selected by Ken Howard Rafor, for the Harris Moore Canvases Prize at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Exhibition with her painting ‘Evening Light’.

Ingleby Gallery is once again looking forward to exhibiting Carol’s paintings which reflect the seasonal changes in landscape.

Artists

Below are some of our artists who we feature on a regular basis, to see our full list of artists, please press the button below.
Sue Riley
Hazel Lale
Carolyn Clare
Helen Parsley
Carol Hill
Alan Oliver

Visit the Exhibitions page to see more of our Upcoming Exhibitions and Artists

Useful information

Gallery opening hours
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 10am – 4pm
Weekends: 12noon – 5pm
Please note that the gallery is only open during exhibitions.

Where are we?
For directions on how to find the gallery please see our Visit Us page.

What’s on?
To view our upcoming programme and a map to find us please click the link to check out the Visit Us page, if you have any questions please fill out our contact form.

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Address

Ingleby Gallery
Ingleby
Nr Melbourne
Derbyshire
DE73 7HW

Call Us

01332 865995

01332 862301