We are pleased to announce that we have added a page for Val Bestwick. Although she has been with us for a while, she has been a little shy in the digital world. With great pride we now include some of her work on this web site.
Our next exhibition will be a themed show - what will the artists come up with? Join us in February to find out.
We are pleased to announce that Martyn Burdon has been shortlisted for the Artist and Illustrator Magazine "Artist of the Year" award. It will go on show in the Mall Galleries, London in February.
This is a public vote, so you can vote for your favourite through the link below. We wish Martyn the best of luck with this.
We should like to welcome both Nikki Wheatley and Sharon Korek. Nikki's work is on show at the gallery now, and Sharon's will be available at the gallery in forthcoming exhibitions. Click on the images below to visit their Eagle Gallery web site pages.
We are pleased to announce that the Christmas show is now up and running. It sees a return of the popular Charity Christmas decorations. below is a sneaky peak at parts of the exhibition.
We are pleased to announce that Martyn Burdon has been shortlisted for the National Open Art Competition. Catch the work on display at the Bargehouse Gallery on the Oxo Tower Wharf in London until 26th November.
This exhibition brings together three very different artists in one exhibition. This show will demonstrates the wide range of skills, materials and themes which have inspired the artists.
Jo Spyropoloulos will be exhibiting some recent paintings which explore the power of colour to influence our perception of our surroundings and ceramics which demonstrate Jo's interest in colour and texture.
Isabel's work will range from exciting wall pieces to very experimental 3D works which show her passion for exploring a wide range of materials.
Audrey's painting are all inspired by the 'great outdoors'; a series of oil sketches on paper from a recent painting trip to Sussex, some Devon landscapes and her favourite North Norfolk marshes.
Diversity runs for one week only - be sure not to miss it.
18th - 25th November open daily 10 - 5.
Today saw the installation of the new 40 for 40 exhibition. The photo shows the install team trying to work out which colleague produced which piece of work. You can join in the fun when the exhibition opens tomorrow. As well as these unique £40 works a limited number of £8 size appropriate frames are also available.
40 for 40 was born from a simple idea:
40 paintings. £40 each, which goes in full to the Eagle Gallery cooperative to raise funds for upcoming projects.
Each of our members was invited to take part in providing a piece of work on a standard size small canvas for this special event.
They won’t be signed or labelled so you might have to guess which artist it is.
The identity of the artist will be revealed to the new owner of one of these pieces of work.
Come and see this unique event, take part in guessing who the artists are.
And you can support your local cooperative gallery and get a masterpiece by your favourite Eagle Gallery artist for a bargain price!