Ingleby Gallery sits gently in the Trent Valley surrounded by open pasture land extending to the river with ponds and ducks, a very rural setting with ample parking for visitors.
The brick building housing the Gallery was originally a shire horse stable, part of one of the working farms on Sir Francis Burdett's Foremarke Estate. Built in the 18th century it has many of its original features, hayrack and harness pegs.
Ingleby is a small hamlet with some of the cottages dating back to the 16th century.
The gallery is open for set exhibitions throughout the year with each exhibition lasting two weeks except the month long Christmas Exhibition. There is an ever changing collection of quality jewellery, ceramics, sculpture, metalwork and glassware all produced by talented artists and crafts people. Paintings are usually available by Deb Walker, Hazel Lale, Helen Parsley, James Preston, Lawrie Williamson, Peter Welton, Steven McLoughlin and Tim Rose as well as sculptures by Carl Longworth, Hands on Ceramics, Julie Wilson and Sue Riley.
The Gallery aims to provide a fascinating mix of many diverse styles and skills with a welcoming vibrant atmosphere. Please continue to visit the website for up to date details of current and forthcoming exhibitions.