The Eclectic Art Gallery – 6 Broad Street, Margate Old Town


Margate, Kent

Contact No: 07450 423102

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The Eclectic Art Gallery, Margate is a shared space for Kent-based fine artists and creatives to affordably exhibit and sell their work. Unframed prints, calendars, greetings and postcards are available alongside beautiful and original 2d and 3d art. Our artists exhibit in their signature styles and have freedom to experiment and collaborate too, working in a wide range of mediums, including painting in oils, watercolours and acrylics, ceramics, textiles, traditional and digital photography and jewellery.

The Artists

Sarah Gibbon

I am a bead artist, specialising in glass bead-weaving contemporary, colourful, jewellery and accessories. I accept commissions.

Lorraine Kinnear

Although nature is a central theme in my artwork, I generally edit my photography to produce images that are quite abstract.

Jessica Newby

Jewellery and homeware hand-crafted so that you can have a piece and the peace of the sea wherever you are.

Sian Morgan

Watercolour and line work illustrations of coastal architecture will be on display. Sian also takes on portrait commissions of 'that special place'.

Janis Volckman

A potter producing thrown and hand-built work that is colourful, quirky, contemporary and playful.

Naomi Watkins

My work has nature at it's core, from beautiful abstract seascape paintings to thought-provoking photography of abandoned places.

Ann Palmer

Shoreline and Seascape oil paintings inspired by the Kent Coast using thick paint and pebbles to provide scene and mood.

Nick Gilbert

Living in Margate, on East Kent's coastline, and a keen fisherman, Nick has been inspired to return to photography after 25 years, to produce stunning local seascapes.

Brian Hodgson

Atmospheric oil paintings of modern landscapes on canvas, linen and wood.

Colin Welsh

Having recently moved to Margate I'm inspired by Kent's coastline, architecture, textures, sea and skies, capturing them from above and on the ground.

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