2013 - ?

The Freudian Sheep began in late 2013 with owners Ian Moss and Eleanor May to promote creativity and works to help emerging and more established artists to achieve higher profiles and sales in the Anglia Region. The first exhibition, which ran from mid-December 2013 until the end of January 2014 was entitled ‘Counting Sheep’ as they considered artists that they work with to be a part of the creative flock. They offered their first exhibition free and despite the time working creatively together the proprietors still had to prove themselves as gallery owners. The gallery at 104 St Helen's Street, Ipswich closed temporarily in 2019 but the Freudian Sheep Gallery held an exhibition in 2023 of 42 artists who once studied Fine Art at the University of Suffolk.