Sally Eldars – By the Seashore

By the Seashore By the Seashore is the centre piece in this show. A bold unapologetic statement about plastic waste and its impact on marine life in our seas and oceans. “The old fishing nets and the dried-up seaweed was found on a beach during my first trip out post-lockdown. They have been shaped into one, you can’t untangle one …

Jo Coffeys drawings are of many different cats with their own stories

Jo Coffey – Cat a Day

Exploring the immensely rewarding relationship that is being a human lucky enough to live with cats in their life. A lifetime of bottled up cats and art flow out. A journey of love and loss, of joy and pain. In 2016 the celebrated feline The Bear died. Jo instinctively drew the small black sad cat in black biro in her …

Philip Ryland paints many branches and shelters silverpoint and line

Philip Ryland – Retrospective

My Tiny Cat Gallery is a small cardboard box staffed and visited by tiny plastic cats. Curated by Lisa Cole each exhibition at the Tiny Cat Gallery encourages us to see artwork from a different perspective. In the gallery space A4 artworks are huge and domineering. For more information and details about submitting a proposal please check the Tiny Gallery …

Susan Plover has digitally collaged an immense gambling cat

Susan Plover – A Feast for Your Eyes

My Tiny Cat Gallery is a small cardboard box staffed and visited by tiny plastic cats. Curated by Lisa Cole each exhibition at the Tiny Cat Gallery encourages us to see artwork from a different perspective. In the gallery space A4 artworks are huge and domineering. For more information and details about submitting a proposal please check the Tiny Gallery …

a white gallery with space for you to display your art to small cats

Tiny Cat Gallery FAQ

What is the Tiny Cat Gallery? The Tiny Cat Gallery was originally a cardboard box painted in Farrow & Ball matt Stiffkey Blue. It was staffed by small plastic cats. Sadly a terrible fire halted renovations after a very well received Summer 2020 season of artists. The culprits were identified as the twins who conveniently went on holiday the day …