Welcome to the Estuary Gallery where Ian and Josephine James show Fine Art Photography, Watercolour and Mixed Media Paintings.
The Gallery is situated in Leigh Marina (see below for details) and is open as follow:
Saturday 7th July We are rearranging the Gallery and will be closed but ring me on 07768871875 as I will be in the Gallery and can still be available to show the work but it will be a bit of a muddle.
Saturday 14th July . Still rearranging the Gallery. Please ring
Thursday 19th.July Closed now until Saturday 4th August.
After Saturday 4th August, During weekdays I now work from the Marina where we have a studio workshop so if you wish to call during the week please ring 07768871875 when I will be pleased to open the gallery.
If you want to call during the weekdays contact me on 07768871875 as Ian is there most days working in the Gallery.
Events in the Gallery
The Gallery is situated at Leigh Marina, approx 300 metres to the East of Leigh Railway Station, Leigh-on-Sea,SS9 2ES. ( turn right through the Marina gates by the first large shed and the Gallery is on the right hand side up a set of steps.) zz Parking is not available in the Marina unless you are choosing or collecting work. However there is a car park opposite Leigh tip and skateboard park approx 5 mins walk to the barge. It is free after 10am Monday to Friday and £1 on weekends.
When choosing a picture
If you are looking for a picture for a wall space the most impotant consideration is to measure the approximate size of the space and either call at the barge gallery where we have a great variety of pictures or look on this website first and then contact me. Most of the images on the site can be printed in various sizes and should you select 2 or 3 and are not sure which will suit your decor I will call and show the pictures in the space and should you choose one I will hang it for you. There is obviously no charge for this service. The images can be ordered as canvas prints or fine art prints in mounts.mes and we have a variety of blank cards of the local area.
My wife Josephine ( whose paintings can be seen in gallery ‘Paintings by Josephine James’ ) and I have worked as artists showing our work at various galleries around the country since 1985.