Fineline Frames & Gallery  

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New Exhibition work.

Just completed a large amount of work for Artist Kate Giles.

Her Work can be Seen at Artspace, in Woodbridge,64 Thoroghfare lP12 1AL Suffolk until the 12th of December. Will be a great Exhibion if you can visit. Gallery open 10-6.

Creake Abbey Cafe will once again see the return of Kent based artist Nigel Wallace for a second exhibition with his stylised vintage travel prints. 

After the huge success of last years exhibition Nigel will be back with many new and exciting pictures as well as some of the firm favorites like, Holkham, Wells-next-the-sea, and Brancaster Staithe.

Nigel's even turned our very own Creake Abbey into a stunning new image! Available in a night or daytime version.

With over 30 different images to choose from the whole cafe will be a real barrage of colours, which all beautifully represent the Norfolk scenery that locals and holiday makers have come to know and enjoy. Also represented will be iconic scenes from further afield such as London and the white cliffs of Dover.

All pictures are professionally framed on site by Fineline Frames & Gallery and are available in a number of sizes, and frame choices. Most images are available in either Landscape or Portrait format. 

Kevin TURTON contemporary landscape artist is back to our Gallery with exciting new work.

Wild About Norfolk - Ongoing exhibition at the Gallery

Dear Customers!

Please be aware that our Melton Constable branch is now closed! 

Our Workshop-Gallery-Showroom is at Creake Abbey near Burnham Market. This site offers ample parking facilities, including disabled, as well as a Café and courtyard shops. It takes about 20 minutes drive from Melton Constable to get there.

We hope to see you soon there!

Kevin Turton Exhibition

We are happy to show the amazing work of Kevin Turton from May onwards in the Gallery.

His latest work is influenced by the wild north coast of Norfolk, showing elements or the wider landscape in a unique contemporary abstracted style.

In a perfectly windy winter sky - Holkham SOLD

Expanse 4 - Holkham Beach SOLD

Open Studios with Nicola Hart

Nicola Hart will be at Fineline Frames & Gallery for the 2016 Open Studios, with lots of new original art for sale as well as mounted prints.

Nicola is well known and loved for her vibrant style of work mainly featuring animals. Her hares are a particular favourite with the public and we think demand will be high.

Exhibition starts on Saturday 28th May until the 12th June. 

Gallery open every day 10-5.

Ample parking, café and shops also available.

Plant Lovers Day with Sue Johnston

Artist and retired florist Sue Johnston will be back to the gallery for the 3rd year. The start of her exhibition will coincide with Creake Abbey's biggest day of the year, Plant Lovers Day.

Sue's expert eye for her subject can clearly be seen, and her contemporary approach to her paintings is much liked.

The last two years have seen most of Sue's work sold, on show will be a new line up of framed and mounted originals.

Exhibition starts on Plant Lovers Day, 28th May 2016 and will continue until the end of June.

Gallery open every day 10-5.

Ample parking, café and shops also available.

Nigel Wallace Prints - New lines added

We had a visit from our biggest selling artist the other day. Nigel Wallace from Kent. He brought in a few new prints and more card designs. Photo shows one of Nigel's popular Holkham beach print.

Lilian Shaw Exhibition

New exhibition of Norfolk landscape pastels by artist Lilian Shaw on sale in the Gallery. All pastels are mounted or mounted and framed and represent Lilian's latest body of work. 

Mari French Exhibition Starts 5th of September 


We will be showing 12 new works by Mari throughout September at the gallery.

Open: Tue-Sat 10 to 4.

We are very pleased to welcome talented artist Mari French to the gallery throughout September.

Mari French's current work is inspired by the ever changing beauty of the saltmarsh coast of North Norfolk. Since moving to Norfolk six years ago, she has spent many hours walking and sketching around the Thornham, Brancaster and Burnham Overy Staithe, in particular. This has culminated in an ongoing series of mixed-media abstracted landscapes, which will eventually form a larger body of work on the theme of saltmarsh.

Her aim is to suggest the shapes, colours and textures of the saltmarsh that capture her interest - old staithes, channel markers, creeks, grazings, breakwaters, tidal marks, reedbeds - and place them in the wider coastal enviroment.