A hub for art lovers

A hub for art lovers

Located in the picturesque Pantiles at the heart of Tunbridge Wells, SEEART Gallery is dedicated to connecting collectors with an extensive range of prints, paintings, sculpture and photography. We find out how the contemporary fine art on display is synonymous with quality and diversity

SEEART Gallery is situated in a prime location on The Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells, in one of the most atmospheric and historic parts of the town. Opened in September last year, it has become a hub for art lovers in Tunbridge Wells, the surrounding area and overseas.

Set up by Susan Beumee, the gallery focuses on prestigious contemporary art – including paintings in a variety of media, such as photographs, prints, ceramics and sculpture, by artists who otherwise would only be found as a collective in large cities around the world.

Visitors to the impressive gallery can also sit and peruse biographies and catalogues of the artists represented, giving them access to a larger selection of work than those on display. The gallery also offers a bespoke framing service, whether the artwork is purchased from the premises or not.

With its atmospheric lighting, SEEART Gallery’s elegant open-plan space is also available to hire for tailored corporate or private events for up to 100 guests.

SEEART Gallery soon to be rebranded as BEUMEÉ – contemporary fine art.

SEEART Gallery
50 The Upper Pantiles Tunbridge Wells Kent TN2 5TD
01892 512 365
www.seeartgallery.co.uk | art@seeartgallery.co.uk


Introducing one of the gallery’s featured exhibitors, Jennifer Newman

Now living in England, Newman was born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1961, having studied ceramics and sculpture at the Witwatersrand Technikon in Johannesburg. She has been greatly influenced by the journeys she has made, both living and working in many countries abroad. The study of clay has influenced the use of surface and texture, using natural earth pigments, minerals, oil paints and patinated silver leaf. The resin element creates a contrast between dynamic earth and water. Jennifer Newman’s work is held in public & private collections, luxury hotels, cruise liners, super yachts, embassies, professional/corporate establishments and museums worldwide.

Jennifer Newman
“Contemplating the Void”
Private view Wednesday 25th from 6pm – 9pm
Ending Thursday 2nd June