Sunny Art Centre

Sunny Art Centre

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Sunny Art Centre
30 Gary's Inn Road
WC1X 8HR
London
Visitor Info

A minute's walk from Chancery Lane underground station.

T: 02086165990
E: info@sunnyartcentre.co.uk

The Sunny Art Centre is located in the heart of London only a minutes walk from Chancery Lane Tube Station on the Central line, on the richly historic Grays Inn Road.

The history of this location is particularly important to the identity and standards which the gallery unwaveringly aspires to. The honourable Society of Gray’s Inn dates back to 1370 and was also home to Sir Francis Bacon as well as being where Shakespeare first performed his plays.   With two whole floors of exhibition and studio space, as well as large display windows, we are simultaneously a contemporary art gallery and a studio for learning fine art techniques. We house exquisite paintings, sculptures, ceramics, antique furniture, and many other unique artworks. In particular, prestigious fine art collectors and professional artists contributed to our collection.

We endeavour to provide an inspiring environment to reach an understanding and appreciation for art. At the same time, we strive to promote an accessible art world and cultural diversity through the representation of both emerging and established contemporary artists.  

We want people not only to look at art but also practice it themselves. We are therefore a space that provides people with art courses and workshops suitable for any level. Our professional artists and tutors offer tailored guidance and have extensive experience in the art world and in teaching fine art. Hence, we work to make art accessible also through active participation.   

Moreover, our exhibitions appeal to a global audience, eager to discover and appreciate new cultures and their art forms. We constantly work in order to provide young generations of artists with a platform to expose their work to collectors from across the world. The support of our established artists has also benefitted this vision. We, therefore, hope to promote a vision of a truly global art world where artists and art forms can meet, develop and influence one another and give birth to the masters of the future.

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