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We're an independent fine art gallery set in an elegant Grade ll listed building in the historic market town of Newport, Shropshire. We specialise in original and limited edition pieces of beautifulart and quality prints and also carry ranges of ceramic art and sculptures from local designers. Our ethos is eclectic and inclusive with art to suit all budgets and styles.
Forest Gallery is an independent, family-run art gallery established in 1980. Forest Gallery deals with a variety of artwork and artists to bring the best selection to you. We specialise in originalpaintings and stock contemporary paintings and traditional paintings from the UK and further afield. Visit our website or our Petworth gallery to see more.
The Artists Print Room is a one man, perfect fine art printing studio in UK. We offer professional & cheap Fine Art Giclee, digital photography & Artwork printing services for perfect artreproduction.
Exhibited at the major art fairs in Northern Europe and the United Kingdom, Jonathan Knight’s enchanting bronze animal sculptures have given him a wide collectorship amongst the connoisseurs ofwildlife and equine art. He is widely recognized as one of the finest and most original wildlife and equine artists of his generation.
Wild Boar stock unusual collection of interior lighting, limited edition prints Unframed, animal jewellery, Framed posters and Prints, antique art deco lamps and lighting, antique religious statues,etc.
I was educated at Hillfoot Hey High School and enjoyed all aspects of art but did not have any formal art training. My latest artwork, "Textured Art", is a collection of original art works featuring aunique method of applying textures and colours to create truly unique pieces. No two pieces are the same in either content or colour. I am inspired by the works of many artists and am an accomplished artist in a number of mediums including watercolour and acrylics.
Vladimir Volegov is among the finest Russian artists of all time. His style is distinctive and raises him among the modern day masters, with an ability to capture the light on the canvasses. We arefortunate to be one of only a few galleries in the UK to have his work for sale. Born in Russia, he started to paint at the age of three. It is interesting that so many fine artists showed interest in art at the early stages of their life.
It was founded at the beginning of 2010 and has gone from strength to strength. The emphasis is on providing an accessible exhibition space for local artists and makers, with plenty of opportunitiesfor visitors to meet the artists, who steward most of the shows. There will also be invited artists and local arts organisations included in the programme. The galleries are open from 10:30-4:30pm every day, and often for longer in the holidays. Thinking of joining us?
I spent much of my early childhood in Germany and Africa - where I read every book on my parents' shelves, became fascinated by the patterns on everyday objects, and learned to make lino-cuts. Wereturned to a dark rainy London when I was in my teens. I detested school but was rescued by an inspirational art teacher, Meriel Cardew (wife of the potter Michael), a vivid, kindly figure. Highlights included visits from Michael and from the Nigerian potter Ladi Kwali.
The William Morris Gallery is housed in a Georgian house, built in the 1740s and set in Lloyd Park in Walthamstow, in north-east London. The grade II* listed building was Morris's family home from1848 to 1856. The only public Gallery devoted to William Morris, it reopened in August 2012 following a major redevelopment. The building is a fine example of Georgian domestic architecture dating from about 1744 (the date scratched on a brick found in the upper east wall).