Seaview Gallery Walberswick is an annual summer pop-up gallery set in the English seaside village of Walberswick.
The gallery opens every July and August and exhibits paintings, photographs, porcelain, prints and sculptures for sale by noted and established artists.
Walberswick's idyllic village, beach and marshlands have consistently attracted the great and the good from the arts, media and film since the end of the nineteenth century. It inspired the leading Impressionist painter Philip Wilson Steer (1860–1942), whose Walberswick scenes 'The Bridge' and 'Girls Running: Walberswick Pier' hang in Tate Britain, and the renowned artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) lived in the village from 1914-1915.
Since 2014, Seaview Gallery Walberswick has given visitors the chance to purchase works by local, contemporary artists and those from further afield.