4 Broad Street, Ilfracombe, North Devon. United Kingdom. EX34 9EE
Please check current opening times on the gallery's website.
For more information, please contact the owner, Nina Lording, at the gallery.
Echo Beach Art Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery located in the picturesque coastal town of Ilfracombe. The gallery sells and exhibits high quality artworks by published and established North Devon artists and makers, such as Mark Woollacott, Roger Cockram, Darren Baker, Mike Bernard, Caroline Preston, Bob Waters, Amy Jobes, Danni Bradford, Mike Woollacott, to name a few.
This independent art gallery prides itself on the quality of its unique artworks and is renowned for its customer service. The gallery has a reputation for representing artists and makers of a very high calibre. Building on these high standards, Echo Beach Gallery has established a strong reputation for focusing on the needs of the customer and providing high quality professional artworks.
A friendly and helpful service is always guaranteed at Echo Beach Gallery. Whether it's the arranging of a bespoke painting commission or seeking advice on a particular artwork, Echo Beach Gallery is always ready to help. Clients regularly keep in touch with the gallery and frequently return to build on their private art collections and to see what's 'new' in the gallery.
My paintings have been represented at Echo Beach Gallery since 2013. My realistic seascapes of the North Devon coastline and my larger, more detailed maritime artworks prove extremely popular with visitors. I often visit the gallery and enjoy meeting admirers of my work and sharing some time with them.
The gallery is located in such a wonderful part of Ilfracombe and is only a short distance from the picturesque harbour. I am always inspired by the harbour and its surrounding hills and cliffs. Each time I visit Ilfracombe it seems there is something interesting to see: the condition of the sea, the natural light, the reflections on the water, the cloud formations in the sky, the boats in the harbour, etc. As an artist, there will always be the potential for creative inspiration, and Ilfracombe will always be a place that will continue to draw me to its scenic heart.