Pinkfoot Gallery

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About

The Pinkfoot gallery represents a diverse collection of artists, collectively called ‘The Pinkfoot Artists’.  Our work ranges from the abstract to the realistic, from oils to encaustic techniques and from prints to porcelain.  We have a large part of the gallery dedicated to sculpture, including unique woodcarvings and a large bird and animal bronze collection.  From time to time the Pinkfoot Gallery migrates, holding exhibitions across the country.

Founder Sarah Whittley’s background is publishing and art; she has worked with artists for many years.  In 1992 she set up the Wildlife Art Agency, a company specialising in wildlife illustration and book packaging.  As well as running the gallery, Sarah continues her freelance natural history writing career. 

Sarah is also the founder of Pinkfoot's sister company, Red Hare Publishing, which is now run by Emma Denham - when she's not helping Sarah in Pinkfoot! Red Hare publishes an extensive range of art greetings cards, notebooks, homewares and books about art and North Norfolk - www.redharepublishing.co.uk.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Assistance dogs welcome

Parking

  • Free Parking - There is a large free car park at the village hall, a few minutes walk from the gallery.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

You'll find us on the main coast road in the middle of Cley on the corner opposite Picnic Fayre Deli. There is a large free car park at the village hall, just a couple of minutes walk from the gallery.

Public Transport Directions

The Coast Hopper bus stops a few steps from our door. You can check the timetable at https://sanderscoaches.com/timetables/ch1

Pinkfoot Gallery - Shop

Type:Shop - Arts & Craft

High Street, Cley next the Sea, Norfolk, NR25 7RB

Tel: 01263 740947

Opening Times

* We're open from 10 am to 5 pm from Tuesday to Saturday.

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