Exhibiting Now

 Unless otherwise stated, exhibitions are open at our standard gallery times - 9:30am until 5pm, Tuesday until Saturday.

On the last day of an exhibition, the gallery will close at 4pm.

Norwich Print Fair
17 - 21 May

Coming Soon

Jill Sharpe - The Stitched Line 
24 May - 3 June

A statement from the artists: 

My work is informed by the world around me and over the past two years I have made work in response to the challenges of lockdown and the emotions generated by our changed circumstances.

I use both hand and machine techniques both to construct pieces and to work into the surface. Working mostly in silks and sometimes in cotton I often dye and paint my own fabrics to create the exact colours and effects that I require. I enjoy developing a variety of surface treatments to interpret my ideas and use thread as line to accent and augment surfaces.


Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society
24 May - 3 June

A statement from the artists: 

Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society was formed in 1972 to promote the work of the skilled designer makers in Norfolk and to increase the public awareness of contemporary craft within Norfolk and beyond.


In our 50th Anniversary year we continue to embrace the contemporary, whist reflecting on and respecting our roots. At Anteros members will be exhibiting works in Calligraphy , Ceramics, Glass,  Jewellery,  Textiles and Wood.


The group has recently announced the Emerging Maker Award to celebrate our 50th anniversary year with the aim to encourage innovative and skilled new members at all stages of the careers.

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Meet the Makers - Jill Sharpe & June Croll
Saturday 28 May 10am - 4:00pm

Come and see two of the exhibiting artists demonstrating their work in a free, informal drop in day.

June is a studio holder here at Anteros. Her studio is open to visitors by appointment. On Saturday 28th May she will be in the Gallery during the NCCS@50 exhibition demonstrating weaving on a floor loom. She’ll be working on a piece incorporating plant dyed threads of  organic ‘Peace silk’ and organic bamboo. Watch the weaving process in action, ask questions, and have a try yourself on a rigid heddle loom.

Jill Sharpe will be doing English over  paper piercings to make hexagons and diamonds. There will be cotton fabric cut up and ready so visitors can make their own star or rosette to take away.

They will be informal sessions with us showing our techniques and . I will have some cotton fabrics ready cut so that visitors can make a star or rosette to take away.

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Breckland Artists
21 June - 2 July

A statement from the artists: 

Breckland Artists are delighted to celebrate their 20th Anniversary with their forthcoming exhibition at Anteros Gallery. Since their formation in 1992 this group of artists from south-west Norfolk have regularly exhibited in Norwich and in numerous galleries and art centres around the county.


Working as they do in a wide range of disciplines, a common aim among these ten professionals is the constant desire to explore ever more ways of expressing ideas and imagination.

Founder members Roger Gamble, Chris Gamble and Jill Arnold are exhibiting together with Lyn Aylward, Jill Sharpe, Helen Du Feu Alan Porter and Sonia Dobbs-Orr and the most recently joined members Rachel Furze and Gill Thornton.