Welcoming new creative finds as well as showcasing firm favourites, the Gallery at Snape Maltings offers plenty for art-lovers to discover in 2015.

The Gallery at Snape Maltings is a treasure box of wonderful finds from Suffolk and further afield.

From the works of Suffolk’s celebrated Maggi Hambling to up-and-coming printmakers, there is something here for every budget, making the Gallery wonderful place to shop for presents – or to treat yourself. Above all, the sense of place that surrounds the Maltings unites all the work we show – the huge Suffolk skies, the whispering reeds, the wonderful beaches and the peaceful woodlands are all represented here in the tones, textures and subject matter of the Gallery collections.

We continually work on introducing new creative finds as well as showcasing nationally-collected local artists including Maggi Hambling CBE, Tessa Newcomb and Jason Gathorne-Hardy. Many of our most sought-after painters – including Sara Johnson, Emma Green, and Beth Andrew – live and work very locally and are inspired by the landscape on our doorstep.

As well as painting and sculpture, the collections include the work of local potters and woodturners, textile artists and even furniture maker Dylan Pym’s unique Suffolk chairs and stools. Our ‘Made in Britain’ jewellery collections include an extensive collection of Alex Monroe’s celebrated jewellery and Karen Risby’s wonderful ceramic pieces, designed to be worn by everyone, every day.

Gallery exhibitions in 2015:

Beth Andrew – 14th February to 14th March
We start the year with Beth’s sketchbook-style scenes of the local landscape which so inspires her.

Angela Harding – 4th April to 30th April
You‘ll recognise Angela’s work from her beautiful cards, and illustrations for Country Living.

Jelly Green – 13th June to 16 July
The work for this new collection is inspired by Jelly’s time in residence at the Maltings over the Spring.

Rachel Ashton – 1st August to 3rd September
We are delighted to welcome Rachel and her wonderfully ethereal papercuts to The Gallery.

Emma Green – 5th September to 8th October
Emma is a familiar face to many visitors to the Gallery and her work is gathering national acclaim.