09:00 Tuesday 10 June 2014

Couple open new art gallery in Ely's Market Street

Written byJORDAN DAY

Rob Horwath and Liz Sadler inside their new gallery in Ely's Market Street. Rob Horwath and Liz Sadler inside their new gallery in Ely's Market Street.

A creative couple have opened their own art gallery in Ely.

Liz Sadler, a renowned watercolour artist, and her husband, Robert Horwath, who is a jeweller specialising in fossilized corals, have opened their ‘Natural Reflects Gallery’ in the former gold pawnbrokers in Market Street.

The couple met in the Seychelles, where they have lived and held successful exhibitions of their work for around 30 years.

Robert said: “Liz is from East Anglia originally and we moved from the Seychelles to Littleport earlier this year.

“We’re really excited to have opened our gallery in Ely and the feedback we’ve received has been great.”

Call the couple on 07957 194961 for information.

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