About Our Gallery
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.
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.
What’s on at the moment
Alan Oliver is a professional artist painting mainly landscapes and topographical subjects. For many years he was primarily a watercolourist, however, he now works in acrylic, oil and pastel. He is especially interested by the way light falls on any subject and this has a strong influence on his work which is evident in his paintings. He has been painting for professionally for thirty eight wonderful years. Alan has exhibited extensively at the Royal Institute of Watercolour Painters, the Pastel Society, the Royal Oil Institute and the Royal Academy. He has published five books of his work and is currently President of the Leicestershire Pastel Society. Alan last exhibited ten years ago at Ingleby Gallery and is looking forward immensely to exhibiting again with his latest paintings.
September 2nd – 16th
Visit the Exhibitions page to see more of our Upcoming Exhibitions and Artists
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.
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.