GroundWork gallery is dedicated to art+environment

Exhibitions and creative programmes explore how art can help us to see a changing world and imagine how we can shape its future.

             NEW EXHIBITION FIRE AND ICE NOW OPEN!!

Exhibitions

Current exhibition: Fire and Ice 14 October - 16 December 2017

Landscapes, images, photographs, films which are beautiful and thought-provoking. Gina Glover and Jessica Rayner are mother and daughter in artistic dialogue about climate change, energy use and over-use. Also on show will be Hilary Mayo ceramics, made following travels to Iceland and in quite different ways, they are also reflections on climate change....

Shop

The shop helps the work of the gallery and each season we specialise in new works of art. Through your purchases of unique and lovely things, you can both demonstrate your interest in the environment and find new and accessible ways to talk about it .... 

About GroundWork gallery

We are A FINALIST for the Eastern Daily Press People's Choice Arts Awards 2017 for best small arts organisation.

GroundWork shows the work of contemporary artists who care about how we see the world. Exhibitions, events, discussions and meetings explore how art can enable us to respond to the changing environment and imagine how we can shape its future...

The Penthouse

Immerse yourself in art and heritage from this spacious, self-contained space for 2+ at the heart of a lovely town at the edge of glorious Eastern England.  Get some of the best views in town from its comfortable attic living space and be peacefully established only moments from the high street...

Art and Environment

The Art of Climate Change on Saturday 28 October, 3-6pm

Tom Burke CBE, director of high-profile environmental organisation E3G is to chair the next exciting GroundWork event. Increasingly we live in a world which has to cope with changing weather patterns, environmental shocks and disasters. But what are the roles, in any field involved, for the imagination, for creativity, ingenuity?....

King's Lynn

Steeped in heritage from its quayside to a picturesque Old Town, King's Lynn must be visited for its spectacular location on the Great Ouse river and its very large number of historic listed buildings. It is also a festival town, there is always something interesting going on....