MF Gallery and Framing – Art Gallery

Opening Hours
9am-5.30pm Tuesday – Friday
9am-4.00pm Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday

M F Gallery and Framing Limited
10 St Helens Street
Ipswich IP4 1HJ
Tel:01473 225544

‘2 Years exhibition’ November 1st – November 26th

2yearsimageOur ‘2 years’ exhibition features work from 32 local artists of whom have exhibited at the gallery in the last two years.  It includes some high profile names including Delia Tournay-Godfrey, Dale Devereux Barker, Sarah Baddon Price, Usch Spettigue (to name a few) and introduces two emerging artists Sarah Edwards and Ethan Lewis.  The event is an ideal opportunity to purchase high quality original work by very talented artists and makers in the run up to Christm

Usch Spettigue

uschFantastically colourful ceramics by local potter Usch Spettigue. All shapes and sizes both sculptural and practical!

Quentin Blake Collectors Edition Prints

Quentin Blake Collectors Edition PrintsFun collectors edition prints By Quentin Blake from Roald Dahl’s famous children’s books. Georges Marvelous medicine, The BFG, Matilda and more.  Great gifts for expecting parents!

Jewellery by Renee Johnson

Jewellery by Renee JohnsonSilver jewellery by Renee Johnson utilising the beauty of cut and uncut crystal quartz and turquoise. A range of beautiful bohemian rings, bracelets and necklaces.

Cyndi Speer

Cyndi SpeerCyndi paints uniquely observed images of Suffolk scenes, with a strong sense of the mystery and magic of the past. Regularly exhibiting at Sutton Hoo, Cyndi has produced a series of limited edition prints of  some of her works. Find her limited edition prints in the gallery.

Wendy Brooke-Smith

Wendy Brooke-SmithLocal artist whose charcoal sketches capture a moment of social history in Ipswich. Originals in the gallery now.

Sam Toft

Sam ToftSam has become an extremely well knows British artist. Her quirky works have created some recogniseable characters! Limited Editions available.

Simply C Photography

Simply C PhotographyCherry Beesley has become one of the most predominant Suffolk photographers, and deservedly so. Her local images depict recognisable scenes in a way not easily replicated.

Rachel Shohet Enamel

Rachel Shohet EnamelA completely unique set of colourful farmyard animals and local scenes. Composed of metal and aluminium these are a real one off by Australian artist Rachel Shohet. Her original work can be found in the gallery.

Richard Wendt Local Scenes

Richard Wendt Local ScenesLocal designer Richard has come up with a new take on some familiar Ipswich scenes. Using both traditional and digital techniques combined, his series of signed prints are well worth a second (and third) look!