World Of Glass
BIG ART by local artists - a collection of art works brought together because they are all bigger than one metre long or high. Traditional and contemporary art in subtle and daring palettes. We dare
Jenny's Designs
I left secondary school with GCSE's in Art and Design - having focused on Nature and Identity, I continued to base my own artwork on these areas. I'd always had an interest in portraits and animals,
ArtLiz
Interested in the intangible, that which we feel but cannot translate. My paintings begin with feelings derived from alternative perspectives bordering on a spiritual leveland the beauty in the
Rsh-art
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 a
Wickerfish Art Studio
A great day out! The Wickerfish art studio is situated at the hugely popular 'Cedar Farm Galleries' in Mawdesley, Lancashire. It is a purpose built studio in which Ruth and Stuart display their
The Brentwood Gallery
We always stock a great selection of original paintings and limited editions both in contemporary and traditional styles of various subject matter. With our many years in the Art & Framing trade we
Collect Art
Collect Art specialises in Modern British Artists, particularly Theodore Major, Lawrence Isherwood & L S Lowry amongst others. We have in stock wide range of paintings by well known artists from all
Aphrodite Art
Aphrodite Art is an organisation founded by Liverpool artist, photographer and educator Karen Brookman, based in Liverpool and working throughout North West England. We also work with schools and
Eccles Community Art Gallery
Eccles Community Art Gallery first opened its doors in a longterm disused shop unit in Eccles town centre in November 2008. It started as a one woman project, but is now a thriving fully constituted
Castle Park Arts Centre
Members of Eddisbury Artists discussed aspects of memories, nostalgia and longing as a group and used this as the starting point for producing works for the exhibition. Individuals have then been free