WELCOME TO THE NEW SENTINEL GALLERY
The Sentinel Gallery opened in March 2015 and was the project of local potter Pru Green. Located in the heart of Wivenhoe, a culturally vibrant small town in Essex. 1 hour from London Liverpool Street Station to Wivenhoe Railway Station, roughly 200 metres from the gallery.
In February 2018 James Johnston and Debra Weiss were delighted to be able to take over the gallery. Their first exhibition, opening on March 25th, was called:
' Changing Faces'.
Exhibition opening times:
Open daily during exhibitions 10 - 5pm
opening other days by appointment
We are stockists for Pru Green , Simon Sharpe and Rosie Harman Pottery ,
The Sentinel Gallery
For directions to the gallery visit the contact page.
NEW : THE SENTINEL GALLERY 's
The Sentinel Gallery is opening its gallery space for hire to local artists/performers/teachers and art groups.
Gallery Use & Access:
The Gallery is primarily designed for the exhibition of artwork but we are happy to discuss others ideas.
Gallery Opening Hours:
Flexible opening times but limited between 10am- 5pm
We are able to open for evening events up to 10.00pm
Gallery Services & Facilities:
The Gallery offers the use of:
Fees & Charges:
'The Open Space' Gallery is available to hire by the evening, per day, per week
Evening rates: from £30
Day rates: from £50
Week rates : from £250
For Day-time hire : The Open Space Gallery is available to hire between the hours : 10.00am & 5.00pm , Monday-Sunday.
'Artfully Dressed: Women in the Art World'
a selection of portraits from the internationally renowned Dutch photographer
Carla van de Puttelaar
7th - 13th June
Daily only during exhibition dates 10 - 5pm
PRIVATE VIEW JUNE 6TH 6-8PM
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Some imagery from our previous exhibition , 'Changing Faces'
The fabulous copper and bronze woven sculptures of Kieta Jackson
Script and gold glaze porcelain bottles by Marion Stuart.
'The Muse and her Protector' the sensitive painting of Emma Cameron for our exhibition 'Changing Faces'
upcoming photographer Rosana Holsch of the YESMAD project . Printed on aluminium dibond
'The Countess as a Child' . The ever beautiful work of Patrice Lombardi .
Miss Molly, Jill Desborough's fabulously fantastic puppet sculpture !
Sterling silver , pearls and enamel combined in Rachel Brown's gorgeous necklace
''The Countess of Southampton ' by Emma Cameron
Oil on linen