Hobart Gallery Exhibitions

There are some fantastic exhibitions planned for the Hobart Gallery this year. Take a look at the list below and come along and support these local artists.

    Norfolk Craft Guild

    An exhibition of textile artwork

    15 October - 2 November

    Back for their autumn exhibition, the Norfolk Craft Guild will have plenty of hand crafted gifts on offer to tempt you. Come and browse through their incredible array of crafts including wood turning, fabric and textiles, sculpture, pottery, stained glass, paper cutting and jewellery.

    Look out for special demo days when the artists will be showing their skills.  Please check The Norfolk Craft Guild facebook page for further details.

     

    In Stitches Craft Exhibition

    Mixed media image of jewellery

    27 November - 7 December

    'In Stitches' is a group of seven talented Norfolk based textile artists, who will be exhibiting and selling a large variety of mixed media pictures, gifts, bags and hand dyed silk scarves.

    Please note: The exhibition will only be open on days that the house is open. 27-30 November and 4-7 December.

     

    Camrovision and Stephen Mole Photography

    Red and white striped Happisburgh lighthouse across a corn field

    December (date tbc)

    Paul Macro (Camrovision Photography) and Stephen Mole will be exhibiting a wide variety of Norfolk landscapes from all around the coast and the Norfolk Broads. There will be prints, framed prints, canvases and greetings cards available to buy.

     

    James McCallum

    Local photographers display their work

    December (date tbc)

    James McCallum is an artist based in North Norfolk, best known for his watercolour paintings of the natural world, particularly birds, made outdoors from life.

    Working directly from nature has enabled him to develop a thorough knowledge of the behaviour and visual language of wildlife in its chosen surroundings.

     

More dates to be announced soon. Please note: these dates include setting up and breaking down time. For further information on any of these exhibitions, please contact 01263 738030.