Pinkfoot Gallery

The Pinkfoot Gallery is on the stunning North Norfolk coast in a village called Cley next the Sea. We specialise in Modern British Nature and always have a wide range of paintings and sculptures on view. We are a friendly and approachable gallery, and like all the shops in Cley, we are open every day. There is a large, free car park by the village hall so you can leave the car and explore the delights of Cley on foot. 

Keep up to date via our online platforms I: @pinkfootgallery & T: @pinkfootcley


For the first time in 17 years we've decided to limit our opening hours during August; this won't be a regular feature, hopefully by September we'll be back to business as usual and open 7 days a week.

So, during August we will be open from Monday - Thursday as normal but from Friday to Sunday it will be by appointment only. 

So if you want to come to the gallery on Friday, Saturday or Sunday you'll need
to call or email us to book a viewing:

call Sarah on 01263 740947 or email


Peaceful Evening at Morston, oil on canvas, framed size 75x95cm £1,995 

                                            Suzanne Lawrence

Outdoor Bronzes

We'll be introducing some new larger outdoor bronze sculptures by Anthony Theakston and Stephen Page.  It's early stages but if you'd like more information, please contact the gallery. 01263 740947

Big Skies Exhibition by Rachel Lockwood

19-29th June

This exhibition is a collection of Rachel's lockdown wanderings along the North Norfolk coast between 2020 and 2021. During a time when our perspective was somewhat narrowed, Rachel took to sky gazing, from the clean turquoise waters we sometimes get thanks to the chalk reef to the brooding storm clouds loitering over the sea. 

Originally from Sheffield and after extensive travels, Rachel settled in Norfolk over 20 years ago and now lives and works in Cley. She's spent the last seven years creating her own nature reserve on the three acres surrounding her studio, planting trees and shrubs making a home for native wildlife and migrants too.


Pinkfoot Collection 2021

We're open! 7 days a week starting with a collection of new work from our Pinkfoot artists, including new bronzes, wooden carvings, paintings and hand-made prints. 

Many of the artists have been working away, some working on new styles and some perfecting their technique.  As we will be bursting at the seams with new work, we'll be staggering the exhibition over the next year; our next show in May will be with Andrew Haslen, exhibiting his new palette knife oils - they are stunning, really stunning.  We also have a new large collection of Norfolk Sky oil paintings by Rachel Lockwood, all painted in Cley during lockdown.

We'll be sending out more information via our newsletter, if you'd like to be kept in the loop, please sign up.  Don't worry, we won't inundate you, we only send out approximately 5 emails a year. Keep up to date via our social media platforms @pinkfootgallery and @pinkfootcley

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Latest from Stephen Henderson

We've always been a huge fans of this wonderfully unique sculptor. Based on the Black Water in Essex, Stephen takes inspiration literally from his doorstep, with water birds and fish as his neighbours. 

You can see more of his work on the link below and in his book A Life of Birds & Fish. £11.95 ,Red Hare Publishing Ltd

Click here to see all of Stephen's work.

Brush & Palette, Andrew Haslen

22nd May - 5th June 2021

We've been looking forward to this exhibition. Many of you will be familiar with Andrew's work but not this new style which he mastered during lockdown.  The freedom and intuitive marks Andrew manages to achieve with his palette knife have created an exceptional body of work. 

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