HENRIETTA DUBREY on Lynne Strover Gallery
‘When I first met Lynne in St Ives about ten years ago I met a very direct, forthright character, who obviously knew exactly what she liked and why, and therefore attracted me, as an artist, to someone who could be a very positive influence on helping me to communicate my work to a larger audience. She said what she meant, and meant what she said, the proof being that she bought a very large abstract painting, one which I felt was strong and representative of my work at the time, yet one I was aware the ‘general public’ might struggle with. My faith in Lynne was set. Read Henrietta Dubrey’s full article
About Lynne Strover
Lynne founded the Strover Gallery 21 years ago and soon gained a national reputation as a leading provincial gallery dealing in contemporary art and her exhibitions are noted as an essential component in Cambridges’ Art and Culture Diary. Her innate ability to discover and bring together the best of contemporary British art has ensured the gallery’s continuing success, all work is carefully selected, reflecting Lynne’s impeccable taste and eye for quality.
With her experience Lynne can always be relied upon to give a straightforward and honest opinion when assisting clients to find the perfect piece for their home.
About The Gallery
The Gallery forms part of a 19 century National School which was converted into a house and showroom in the 1970’s. It sits in the centre of the picturesque historic village high street between the popular Ancient Shepherds public house and the Church of St Mary the Virgin, first recorded in 1217.
Alterations to the building in the 1990’s created light and airy spaces ideal for showing contemporary paintings and sculpture in an intimate domestic setting.