Situated in a sympathetically and attractively converted Essex Barn, overlooking the Geedon Creek in Essex, the Geedon Gallery mounts two major exhibitions a year in the Spring and Autumn.

The gallery specialises in promoting 20th and 21st Century modern British artists and sculptors of national and international repute, in this area of East Anglia.

Exhibitions have been very well received and are successfully attracting an ever widening circle of patrons.

A Lincoln Taber is an artist who has hung many of the exhibitions at Geedon Gallery, and worked for many galleries in the past as well as being an artist.

Jacqueline Wolfers is a picture restorer and painter. She is the widow of David Wolfers of the New Grafton Gallery.