26th & 27th August, between 10.00 and 19.00
A celebration of East Anglian art.
The Ballroom at University Arms is transforming into an art installation this month, with the launch of our first ever art fair, “In the Frame: University Arms Summer Art Pop-Up”. Honouring our location by presenting artists and subjects from East Anglia, we have invited three specialist art galleries to illustrate our theme: Skymeadow Gallery, artEast, and Nicholas Holloway Fine Art. Come join us on August 26th and 27th and stop by at our Parker’s Tavern restaurant to refresh your palate – as well as your palette!
Run by husband & wife team, Charles & Sybilla Hart, Skymeadow Gallery is an offshoot of gardening writer Charles’ books, “Skymeadow: Notes from an English Gardener” and “No Fear Gardening: How to Think Like a Gardener”, and is inspired by Britain’s long tradition of “painter gardeners”, most notably Sir Cedric Morris and John Nash.
Charles & Sybilla recently transformed a small cottage at the top of their garden into a gallery and have a particular focus on East Anglian paintings, from Constable to lesser-known but much-loved local artists who have made significant contributions to the region’s cultural fabric over the last few hundred years. They also offer an art advisory service specialising in East Anglian paintings.
For enquiries, please contact Charles Hart on + 44 (0) 1787 223 865; + 44 (0) 7747 600 322;
artEast: Contemporary Art, Paintings, Sculpture, Prints & Ceramics
artEast was established in 2019 by classically trained portraitist Georgina Barclay and contemporary art curator Henny Palmer-Tomkinson and is noted for its engaging exhibitions in East Anglia, which are enjoyed as much by visitors as exhibitors. A tempting draw for collectors, Georgina and Henny curate shows of local and international established and upcoming artists, and support a different art school at each exhibition, so that a student’s work might hang alongside the portfolio of a seasoned professionals.
Prior to founding Art East, Henny Palmer-Tomkinson worked for the London gallerists Jonathan Cooper and The Redfern Gallery, while Georgina Barclay’s work has been shown at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters at the Mall Gallery and she has been commissioned to paint portraits all over the UK and Europe, most notably of HRH The Prince of Wales and HM The Queen in her Jubilee year.
For enquiries, please contact Henny at , 07971292251; or Georgina at , 07740680754;
Nicholas Holloway Fine Art
Based in the Suffolk countryside for more than15 years, Nicholas Holloway has been the go-to source for collectors of 19th- and 20th-Century art and has a particular focus on British Impressionism, Modern British and East Anglian artists such as Harry Becker, Arnesby Brown and Sargy Mann. Nicholas graduated in Art History from the University of East Anglia and worked at Sotheby’s in Sussex before joining Christie’s South Kensington as a picture specialist in the British and Irish Art department. Since 2002 he has worked as an independent art dealer, assisting clients with both the purchase and sale of fine art. He works alongside his wife, Lizzie, who also trained at Sotheby’s.
For further information and a preview of some of the work to be displayed, please visit: