World Land Trust Art Gallery specialises in wildlife and landscape art.
The gallery provides a small income for the Trust’s charitable work and, through its programme of temporary exhibitions, the gallery raises awareness of wildlife and landscape conservation.
In 2014 World Land Trust entered into an innovative partnership with the Wildlife Art Gallery, Lavenham. The result has been a series of dynamic and successful exhibitions curated by Andrew and Amie Haslen. The partnership is continuing in 2015.
World Land Trust first opened the gallery in its headquarters in Halesworth, north east Suffolk, in 2011.
Summer Exhibition 2015
World Land Trust Art Gallery, once again in partnership with the Wildlife Art Gallery, Lavenham is delighted to introduce a new collection of original oil studies by printmaker Robert Greenhalf. His works feature a colourful array of birds,with a focus on wetland species such as godwits,cranes and shelducks (pictured). A collection of Roberts's wonderful woodcut prints are also on display to compliment the oil paintings.
Our current exhibit also features stunning original paintings in oil and acrylic by renowned wildlife artists Matt Underwood, Raymond Sheppard and Andrew Haslen,who has a selection of spectacular lynx studies on display. It's a welcome return for Robert Gillmor's colourful linocut prints, which share the gallery space with the subtle colours of Peter Partington's hand-coloured etchings.
In the gallery browser you will find a diverse array of mounted limited edition prints including a selection of new work by popular Norfolk-based wildlife artist and keen birder Steve Cale along with Scottish based artist Paul Bartlett who recently joined us here at World Land Trust Art Gallery with a collection of his award-winning and highly original prints. Paul has also generously donated the proceeds generated from a solo exhibition to World Land Trust.
From September onwards, on the first Monday of each month a new selection of artwork including prints, paintings and sculpture will be showcased in the gallery including work from Jeremy James and Pauline Hall. Details of future themed exhibitions and dedicated displays will be available to view here soon.
Opening hours: World Land Trust Art Gallery is open Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm
The gallery will be open on Saturday 12 September 2015 as part of the Halesworth Heritage Open Days weekend. We will be here to welcome you from 10am - 4pm.
There is a great selection of artists’ cards and books in the gallery and all artwork is for sale. You can view details of items to purchase here
Also on sale are framed, hand painted, ornithological prints by Edward Lear (prices from £75).
The gallery online shop is currently offering the opportunity to purchase a special edition giclée box canvas print Tyger by the artist Tanya Stiles. Inspired by the fundraising campaign Big Cat Big Match, organised and launched by World Land Trust in October 2014, Tanya has very generously pledged to WLT £1,000 from the sale of every print. To view the print and for details of how to buy please click here »
Opening hours: The gallery is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm unless otherwise stated.
Contact us: Telephone 01986 874422 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Blyth House, Bridge Street, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8AB