Immerse yourself in a Gallery dedicated to local and East Anglian paintings, ceramics, sculptures and jewellery.
The Maltings Gallery at Snape Maltings is a treasure box of wonderful finds from Suffolk and further afield. From the paintings of the celebrated Maggi Hambling CBE – created in her studio just a few miles away – to new work from up-and-coming printmakers based in local villages, there is something here for every budget, making The Maltings Gallery a wonderful place to shop for presents – or to treat yourself.
Open 10am–5.30pm • Sunday 10.30am–4.30pm
We work continually to introduce new creative talents as well as showcasing nationally-collected local artists including Jelly Green, Jill Draper and Jason Gathorne-Hardy through residencies and a changing programme of exhibitions.
Reflecting British and local art
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. From ceramics to paintings, sculpture to jewellery – there is a sense of continuity and reflection of this timeless environment in our Gallery collections.
Artist of the month
Theronda is one of the most popular artists in the Snape Maltings Gallery and with Local Scenes she gives her audience what they expect, but she also has a surprise in store, in the form of a sculpture piece She Hare.
Theronda started her art training at Spier art school in Stellenbosch, South Africa and uses a variety of mediums to put her scenes on canvas and paper. Humour and dreamlike images can be found in the seemingly simple lines, for example, A Hare on Aldeburgh Beach brings personality and life to a scene.
Theronda’s new collection Local Scenes will be featuring in the Maltings Gallery from Saturday 2 September 2017 until Thursday 28 September. Meet Theronda at the exhibition launch on Saturday 2 September between 12pm and 3 pm.
'I live to paint and paint to live'