Heritage! – 10-19 Sept 2021
We’re thrilled to be back with our first Lowestoft face-to-face exhibition in two years! Housed in the much missed and recently reopened historic mid-16th Century Merchant House Gallery, now given a new lease of life as The Art Gallery, Heritage! runs Friday 10 – Sunday 19 September (closed Monday 13 September). Opening times are 10am – 5pm and entry is free. The Art Gallery is at 102 High Street, Lowestoft NR32 1XW – Click here to learn more.
Moving On – 8-19 June 2021
After a year of virtual exhibitions and online meetings, our new exhibition “Moving On” opens at the Anteros Gallery in Norwich, 8-19 June. 22 of our members have come together to celebrate the end of lock-down with an inspiring new exhibition of paintings and 3D work. Click here to learn more.
Hidden Nature – Sept 2020
Our second online exhibition, again timed to coincide with Lowestoft Heritage Open Days. The exhibition formed part of an ambitious project featuring a virtual tour of the Old Town Hall. Visit the exhibition.
In Isolation – May 2020
Our first online, or “virtual”, exhibition in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Members collaborated to produce a range of work in A4 format, all of which is still available to download free of charge on the website. Visit the exhibition.
People Power – Sept-Oct 2019
Our second pop-up exhbition, timed to coincide with Lowestoft Heritage Open Days. We took over an empty retail property at 165 London Road North and converted it into a temprorary two-storey art gallery.
Unit 22, The Britten Centre – April-May 2019
We negotiated a short-term lease for an empty shop unit in Lowestoft’s Britten Centre, to bring a 6-week group exhibition to the town centre. Participating Easterly artists included: Angelique-Frazer Mackenzie, Darren Breeze, Fiona Shreeve, Hilary Barry, Hugh Davies, Lisa Hurcum, Mark Burrell, Miriam King, Neil Whitehead, Ni Gooding, Nina Roffey, and Peter Rodulfo.
Spring Exhibition “Change”: Fisher Theatre, Bungay, February to March 2019
Our inaugural exhibition! Eight of our founder members responded to these times of increasing uncertainty with an exhibition of individual interpretations on the theme of Change. Featuring original contributions, the exhibition covered a range of mediums including print, painting, drawing, wood turning, ceramics and found objects.