Arthouse Gallery opened its doors in December 2004. We had a great opening party and the party is still going on. We now have customers the length and breadth of the globe and we are getting to meetnew customers every single day. Arthouse gallery is East Londons most inovative and exciting art destination, offering a unique product range for the 21st century art lover! The Business has developed an enviable reputation within the art industry for honesty and integrity.
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).
2. Food - Freshly made Sandwiches, Homemade Cakes (some naughty some not), Breakfast stuff like Granola, Toast etc and whatever else we feel like making on that day! 3. Stuff for sale - Coffee Beans(Various kinds), Baskervilles Tea, Homemade Cards, Bread and Home Brewing Stations. 4. Good vibes - Spinning those decks from the AM until the PM with a little aid from DJ Spotify. 6. Conversation - 'A talk, especially an informal one, between two or more people, in which news and ideas are exchanged'.
All of our E17 Art House staff are experienced picture framers and framing consultants, and uniquely also come from fine-art and design backgrounds, benefiting the customer with their creativeknowledge and expertise in framing. Bespoke framing work is undertaken on-site in our E17 workshop, using acid-free, Conservation materials. We offer a wide variety of frame mouldings and different wood finishes.
We offer a wide range of Limited Edition Prints, Original Paintings, Photography, Sculpture and other artworks. We also offer a diverse array of contemporary artists from the UK and international artscenes. From traditional landscapes to modern portraits figurative paintings and latest works by artists such as Bob Dylan, Marvel Stan Lee and Kerry Darlington. Artisan Gallery will be able to help you in finding the perfect work of art for you!
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.
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.
Mick Wright started in 1980 as a cabinet maker in the notorious East end of London and has used his vast experience within the company. He has been involved within the fine art handling industry since1992 where he has since worked for many esteemed galleries and artists including White Cube, Victoria Miro, Gagosian & Spruth Magers galleries. Mick established Wright Gallery Services in 2006 with a team of experienced art technicians and case makers with whom he has shared his broad experience.
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.
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.