Our venue incorporates a 395 seat theatre, 148 seat studio theatre, gallery, café, bar, studios, and architecturally stunning public spaces. We have been celebrating the arts since we opened in 2004.Every year, we welcome over 100,000 people who come to watch, learn or be inspired. With our vibrant programme of performances and exhibitions, we seek to surprise and thrill audiences of all ages. In the financial year 2013 - 14 we received £300k of public funding from the Arts Council.
Jealous is a Contemporary Screenprint Studio, Gallery and Publisher based in East London's creative hub of Shoreditch, and Crouch End. We are known for our collaborative approach to producing highquality limited edition prints with many Illustrators, Graduates and Established artists and our editions can be seen at many of the Art Fairs we attend including Art 14, The Original Print Fair at The Royal Academy, The London Art Fair, Moniker and the Affordable Art Fairs.
We have been supplying art prints and poster framing to the general public, leisure industry, leading breweries, business, hospitals and the public sector for many years. Our directors have more than25 years experience in the art and picture bespoke framing service industry. We do all your framing and mount work ourselves from our own specialist workshop in London.
Nolo Gallery provides communication to the artistic community with recent works, exhibitions, sales and news. Nolo Gallery continually seeks out new work by artists and photographers and considersproposals from artists nationally and internationally.
Initially the product of one man's passion for art, Graham Fine Art has established itself as North London's most exciting Fine Art Gallery. Since opening, the gallery has presented the works of GlebGoloubetski, Sarah-Jane Szikora, Paul Murray, Russell Hatton, Caroline Zimmermann, George Underwood, Alexander Dolgikh, Alexandr Onishenko, Armando Alemdar Ara, Fletcher Sibthorp, Brian Cosgrove, Zil Hoque, Victor Carlin and many other significant award winning artists.
In addition, we stock early 20thC Modernist design, photographic Art, Industrial pieces and 20thC Art. Browse through our site and feel free to enquire on any items of interest - or better still -visit our shop in Highgate for some non-web stock. Only a fraction of our stock is published online so please feel free to enquire if you are looking for something specific.
Vesica is a web based museum-class art collection management application that can be used in lieu of traditional desktop software. Easy to use and priced so everyone from large museums to individualcollectors pay only for what they use, Vesica can be used for art, heritage, science and antique collections. It offers a complete solution for those looking to document, manage and market art collections of all sizes - from 10 to 5 million+ objects.
Meriliis Rinne alias Meru is an international successful artist who has gained recognition for her works having exhibited in Tallinn, Copenhagen, Oslo and London. Among her other works Meru revels inpainting female figures with a unique disposition as a woman painter. Her often spoken motto is - nothing is more powerful than talented people doing what they love. She is a perfect living example of her motto. Originally from Estonia over the past 2 years Meru has made London her home.
After being sacked for sarcasm from his first job in design he embarked upon a slightly interrupted career as a freelance artist and designer, which encouraged an eclectic mix of projects includingHollywood titles for the movie Gladiator, bronze casting and snow sculpting, theatre, song and book writing, publishing, gallery curating, academic lecturing and research. Much of his personal work involves binge printing in letterpress and the screen-print process.
To create a platform for these undiscovered, talented Asian artists, some of whom have toiled for many years perfecting and honing their skills and techniques with little exposure. To support thoseartists who embrace the rich Indian culture and heritage and bring it out in their works through various media including paint, sculpture and multimedia. To explore the edges of digital art and find connections between this emerging media and Indian artists.