Carole Russell Art
I always enjoyed art at school and had a great teacher but not many options were available to further my artistic education in those days so I ended up working at a local photography studio touching
Coupe Watercolours
Hello, my name is David Coupe. I am a self-taught artist and have been painting for about 50 years and about 15 of those teaching art. I started to paint professionally on having to take early
City Arts
Thanks and congratulations to everyone involved in putting together our troupe for the Nottingham Carnival parade on Sunday 17th August. Local people, young and old, put a lot of effort into producing
Henry Brewer Gallery
Established in 1998, Henry Brewer Gallery has forged a rightly deserved reputation for superior craftsmanship and service. Our highly creative bespoke framing service caters for both the individual
Nottingham Society Of Artists
Any person over the age of 18 may join the NSA at any time on payment of the annual subscription of £75 and this entitles them to participate in the painting groups (provided there is sufficient
The Crocus Gallery
Formed in May 2010, Crocus Gallery is an artist run contemporary art gallery displaying a dynamic programme of art exhibitions. Crocus Gallery Group is a not-for-profit organisation run by a committed
Beans Coffee Shop Gallery
Yes, BEANS offers a nice selection of great coffees and teas, and we make all of our soups, salads, sandwiches, quiches and cakes on the premises. However, we are quickly becoming known for our art
Sheepbridge Studio Art Lessons
With many years' experience in the artists industry, Julija Greaves working from the Sheepbridge Studio creates highly recognisable formal and informal portraits in oils or pastels, she also executes
Ferrers Frames
Opened in 1990, Ferrers Frames is based within The Ferrers Centre for Arts and Crafts in a magnificent Georgian Stable block at Staunton Harold. We have fast become one of the busiest Picture Framers
Little London Gallery
Nestled in the hillside, above the River Derwent, the small Derbyshire village of Holloway is the inspirational setting for the Little London Gallery. Enjoying breath-taking views over the surrounding