In line with government direction we are now CLOSED to the public until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Heather will be working on customer framing orders in isolation and contact-free deliveries of completed work will be arranged wherever possible.
We will continue to update the range of gallery items available for purchase through this website and will fulfil these orders in the usual way for as long as we can.
Stay safe everyone and we look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery when it is safe to do so.
other businesses we are taking the responsible precaution of closing the public
gallery for the time being due to the Covid-19 outbreak. We will remain open as normal until 4.30pm on
Saturday 21st March.
We plan to maintain service to our customers by moving temporarily to a ‘by appointment’ system for framing consultations and collections. Please call us to discuss your requirements and make appointments. We will regularly review this and let you know of any changes that need to be made to these arrangements.
Our hygiene procedures of hand sanitiser at the door and regular disinfection of door handles, surfaces, card machine, till point etc that we put in place this week will remain in place. We would ask though, that you only make an appointment to see us if you and your family are symptom free.
We will be working behind the scenes on our framing orders and completed work can be collected by appointment, contact-free at the side of the building or delivered locally. We will contact all clients directly to make whatever arrangements are most suitable at the time.
hoping that our exhibition programme will proceed as planned but we will be
moving the work online. As much as
possible, all exhibited work will be available to view and purchase on our ‘virtual
We will continue to expand the rest of our online offering in the coming weeks by updating our range of greetings cards, prints, jewellery and ceramics.
We are so sad
that we won’t be seeing our lovely customers for a while.
everyone and look after each other.
the team at WG&F
We are delighted to announce that from Saturday 4th April we will be exhibiting a body of work by two Norfolk artists, father and daughter Nicholas Barnham and Hannah Hann. Nicholas Barnham is well known for his linocuts and watercolours of Norfolk trees (see Wells Oak above), landscapes and boats. Hannah Hann is an established painter based in Norwich. We have been successfully selling her prints for some time, and are delighted to have the opportunity to show a number of her original paintings in this exhibition. Further details will follow soon…. if you would like to receive an email about the exhibition, please subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of the page, thank you.