We could tell you about Mill Tye Gallery’s picturesque setting next to the River Stour and on the outskirts of historic Sudbury. About it being in the Dedham Vale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). About Gainsborough and Constable’s association with the town and area. About the weaving industry and 95% of Britain’s silk fabrics still being produced here.
But we want to talk about the gallery. The space. The art. The craft. The printmakers and craftspeople. Peter, the founder and his mission.
We should mention your visit to Mill Tye too. What you can expect to see. How you might be inspired. Your opportunity to invest in works by emerging talent. Or even just your purchase of a few cards - or handmade chocolate - to help the gallery to support young artists. Everything helps.
at the Mill
Drawing and Painting
at the Mill
A six week art course with Wendy J. Allen MA
Dates: Tuesday 13 July to 17 August 2021
Price: £90* per person
Light refreshments included.
*Takes place every week on a Tuesday from 9:30 to 12:30 for a total of 6 sessions.
Monotype Printing Workshop with Evelyn Polk
Thursday 11 March
10am to 4pm
Price: £48 per person
(Includes all your materials and light refreshments)
Learn a New Skill at the Mill. Photography Workshops
with Jackie Mellor
Start September 2021
At the Mill Tye Gallery we provide a comfortable and safe environment to learn, with like-minded people. Each class is led by Jackie Mellor who is a professional photographer and is limited to four participants only providing a quality group experience and exceptional value for money.
The Mill Tye Gallery is set by the idyllic River Stour in Great Cornard, just outside the centre of the historic market town of Sudbury, Suffolk. The historic mill building has spectacular views across the river Stour and water meadows for several miles beyond.
Here at Mill Tye Gallery, we host regular exhibitions of local contemporary artists, printmakers, sculptors and potters. Our aim is to celebrate new talent and provide a platform for undiscovered artists from across the region.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Stour Valley has been infamously portrayed by artists John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough, and as such, the area is renowned as a hub for talented creatives. We are now delighted to be playing our part in the Suffolk art scene.
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.”