Located in Hampshire at the heart of the beautiful New Forest National Park, our independent gallery has established a reputation for offering a vibrant selection of original paintings, limited editions and sculpture by contemporary British artists.
We are situated at the lower end of Lyndhurst's bustling High Street. Lyndhurst is ideally located north of Brockenhurst and just a few miles from Junction 2 of the M27, Southampton, Bournemouth and Lymington. We have plenty of local parking. Find us here.
We look forward to welcoming you to our gallery.
Framing service now available
Our new framing workshop is now up and running and we are able to frame prints and original paintings to conservation standards. Please contact the gallery for more details.
New artists and new work
We are pleased to have two new artists at the gallery, Penelope Timmis SWA and Fletcher Prentice. Amongst other subjects both are known for painting birds but in two distinctive styles. We also have some exciting new work from renowned watercolourist Jake Winkle.
Summer Show, starts 26th July
The gallery will be focusing on new work by Nagib Karsan, Jan Nelson, Steve Shaw and Yvonne Coomber. With a wide range of styles painted in a variety of mediums this promises to be an exciting and bright show. Join our mailing list for updates or check the website as work will appear as it comes in. More...
Lyndhurst Gallery Limited Editions
As well as selling original paintings, we offer a range of limited editions of work by Claire Wiltsher, Yvonne Coomber, Steve Shaw, Stewart Edmondson, Nagib Karsan, Will Rochfort and Marie Mills. More...
Fletcher Prentice studied fine art at the Falmouth School of Art in the 1980's and followed a career in design. He has been painting full time for nine years.
View work by FLETCHER PRENTICE
studied art at the Froebel Institute in Roehampton and in Shrewsbury. Born in Kingston upon Thames, she has lived the majority of her life on her farm in the hills of South Shropshire, where she now paints full time.
View work by PENELOPE TIMMIS
Kate is a self taught artist living and working in Penwith, Cornwall. She is drawn to paint colourful rock faces, springtime flowers and cliff tops, hedgerows and landscapes.
View work by KATE RICHARDSON
Since his sell-out degree show on his graduation from the Glasgow School of Art in 2007, Jack Frame has fulfilled his promise and built a reputation for his atmospheric landscapes.
View work by JACK FRAME
Landscape is the catalyst for Jonathan's work. Whilst he paints from his studio on the Thames estuary, most of his paintings start on location. He takes much inspiration from the rivers, estuaries and low-lying wetlands of the UK.
View work by JONATHAN TRIM
Natalie delights in painting distinctive landscapes depicting the tranquillity and beauty of the english countryside seen as blocks of colours, patterns and shapes.
View work by NATALIE RYMER
Miranda's unique style and techniques produce work that beautifully captures the life and vitality of her subjects. You might have spotted her large scale sculptures in the gardens of Lime Wood hotel.
View work by MIRANDA MICHELS
Painting in an attractive, loose, mixed media style, Nagib's paintings beautifully capture the vibrancy and immediacy of his chosen scene, be that a coastal village or a bustling city vista.
View work by NAGIB KARSAN
John paints mostly on location, attempting to capture the essence of the landscape in which he finds himself. With experience of painting the Derbyshire Peak District, Cumbria, and the North Yorkshire Moors, he's recently spent time in the New Forest producing the work in this new collection.
View work by JOHN CONNOLLY
Nick is an award winning sculptor who draws on experience as a rhino keeper and from many safari adventures to create Raku fired sculptures full of personality.
View work by NICK MACKMAN
Colin's work is about light and its effects. He is excited by the way objects are transformed by light and how the light constantly changes from moment to moment.
View work by COLIN WILLEY
COLIN KENT RI
Elected a member of the RI in 1971, Colin's mixed media paintings are understated and captivating. His atmospheric compositions are stark, often haunting, and always compelling.
View work by COLIN KENT RI
Claire Wiltsher creates semi-abstract, impressionistic landscapes inspired by our beautiful New Forest national park, the south coast and locations further afield.
View work by CLAIRE WILTSHER
ROSEMARY COOK SWA
Elected a full member of the Society of Women Artists in 2010, Rosemary's sculptures capture the immediate spark of liveliness and individual character of her subjects.
View work by ROSEMARY COOK SWA
The instant, compelling reaction we get from Yvonne's paintings says everything you need to understand about the talent she has for capturing feelings of joy and love.
View work by YVONNE COOMBER
David's watercolours are unashamedly traditional and figurative but are also underpinned by a strong sense of draughtsmanship, a legacy from a rigorous training in architectural drawing and rendering.
View work by DAVID NORMAN
Marie's beautiful floral canvases are the product of a lifelong love of painting combined with an in-depth knowledge of plants gained from her mother, a keen gardener.
View work by MARIE MILLS
Amanda combines technical mastery with 'fast and loose' expressive use of paint to capture the light and atmosphere of the landscape that she knows and loves so well.
View work by AMANDA HOSKIN
Inspired by light and movement Jake's paintings are reflections of the world around him. He has exhibited in the Mall Galleries in London and won many awards for his work.
View work by JAKE WINKLE
Tony's vibrant work has gained a wide following over the years. Exhibited extensively, his work can be found in the state rooms of the Queen Mary 2.
View work by TONY ALLAIN
Steve Shaw has established a well earned reputation for his precise, playful and inspired wildlife and still life oils.
View work by STEVE SHAW
A self-taught watercolour painter, Lionel combines precise draughtsmanship with a fresh, honest simple technique, striving for loose, positive, deliberate brushwork.
View work by LIONEL JEANS
Jan was born in Glasgow in 1956 and brought up on the east coast of Scotland. A love of the ocean and sailing informs her striking acrylics.
View work by JAN NELSON
Stewart is inspired by raw and alive landscapes. Skies and the weather play a large part in the composition, and if its raining, part of the medium too.
View work by STEWART EDMONDSON