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Welcome to Riverside Art & Glass

A contemporary art space in Wroxham, gateway to the Broads National Park, we offer a rich selection of paintings, glass, ceramics, bronzes, furniture, jewellery, original prints and much more.

Visit our large exhibition space for regular exhibitions, and explore our Borowski art glass garden.

Oil painting of landcape

What’s on now

15 October – 15 November 2021
The October Collection

A diverse collection of smaller works from some of our most popular artists.

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The gallery's sculture garden, with Borowski glass lights

Visit the gallery

Riverside Art and Glass is an essential part of any visit to the Norfolk Broads. Explore our light, airy exhibition space and garden showcasing iconic Borowski illuminated glass sculptures.

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gallery staff measuring a print for framing

Our services

Whether you’re exploring collections in person at the gallery or ordering online, you can be sure that every step of your purchase is in good hands – from framing consultations to giftwrapping.

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We represent around 80 local, national and international artists, and Swedish crystal by Maleras and Kosta Boda, French Pâte de Verre by Lalique and Daum, and unique art glass by Borowski Studio in Germany.

If you’re unable to visit us, you can make a purchase by calling us on +44 (0) 1603 784000 or via our online shop. We offer free gift-wrapping, plus a comprehensive range of delivery options and international destinations.

News

Focus on: Katarzyna Klein

Focus on: Katarzyna Klein

While Katarzyna Klein’s artistic career has taken many paths, she’s never strayed far from the home that influenced her instantly recognisable style. “I am drawn to shape, abstraction, simplicity and colour,” she says of her paintings of gently...

Kate Heiss: the magic of linocut

Kate Heiss: the magic of linocut

Chances are, you’ll have seen printmaker/designer Kate Heiss’s work somewhere – her distinctive linocut depictions of flora and fauna have been applied to a wealth of cards, stationery, tableware – even jigsaws! But for the strongest connection with the artist,...

Keith Nash: Norfolk seascapes

Keith Nash: Norfolk seascapes

Stand in front of one of Keith Nash’s watercolour seascapes for just a few seconds, and it quickly becomes apparent that the quiet drama of the North Norfolk coast dominates his work.  “I live just a ten-minute drive away,” he explains, “which means that I can jump in...

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