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Ludlow Castle is an idyllic tourist venue in the famous town of Ludlow. Famed for its beautiful buildings and unchanged vistas steeped in history predating the Norman Conquest. She has been obsessedwith glass and the fabulous colours since childhood and five years ago decided to make a 'life style change' and hasn't looked back. She produces glass for other galleries across the country, and now she can sell direct to the public in our workshop and online.
Phoenix's art and digital culture programme presents exhibitions by artists from across the world, for free. As technology becomes a bigger part of our everyday lives, digital culture offers new waysof looking at the world, helping us make sense of things and challenging us to think differently. It can also be playful and fun, encouraging us to stop watching and start taking part - giving us all the chance to be artists.
Lincoln Joyce Fine Art of Great Bookham is an art gallery in Surrey which presents fine art in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with integrity and fair dealing. Contemporary, 19th and early 20thCentury paintings are represented at all times with regular exhibitions throughout the year.
Based in Hartshill, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. A new business launched to offer a wide range of Fine Art and some Antiques, dealing in the 17th, 18th and 19th century Fine Art and ModernPaintings. There will also be a dedicated Motor sport Section. The paintings will be on display here in the United Kingdom and Florida United States as well as our HIFAA website.
Founded in 1990, at our present location in the Pimlico Road Design District, Belgravia, John Adams Fine Art has over twenty five years' experience of promoting and exhibiting a wide and eclecticvariety of art and artists. For the last decade John and Catherine Adams have primarily focused on gallery exhibitions featuring French artists of the twentieth century, and the many exciting and influential art movements which that artistically innovative century produced.
The gallery is a small but extensively stocked friendly place to visit and enjoy seeing art. We are easy to find, accessible by both train and car and we have our own car park. So our customers canrelax with a cup of tea or coffee and chat about art. First, meet the man behind the name - John Brandler. John is the owner, founder and leading force behind this small, friendly business. He comes from a dealing background - his grandfather was an auctioneer.
Queen's Hall Arts (QHA) is the charitable company that manages the venue, Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham and provides an art service to a large part of rural Northumberland. The Queen's Hall is amagnificent early Victorian building which faces Hexham Abbey (dating from 647AD). From its christening as an arts centre in 1983 until the hand over to the charitable organisation, Queens Hall Arts in 2001, the building was under local authority control.
Due to the redevelopment of the site Dairy Art Centre occupies, the exhibition space will be temporarily closed. Once the redevelopment is complete, there will be a new space on the same site inBloomsbury. In the meantime, Frank Cohen and Nicolai Frahm, founders of the Dairy Art Centre are looking for a temporary venue to continue their hugely successful programme of exhibitions.
Blossom Street Gallery and Framing is an independent art gallery, design shop and bespoke framing service nestled in the beautiful Micklegate quarter of York. We pride ourselves in sourcing quality,well designed and locally produced products for our customers and can guarantee that we will have something in stock to make you smile. Our gallery space is dedicated to supporting local artists and craftspeople, and we firmly believe that beautiful things should be celebrated.
The gallery originally opened as Sims Gallery, in 1998, specializing in traditional Newlyn and Modern British. In 2001, the gallery became known as Market House under the auspices of Jonathan Grimble,who brought many modern and contemporary artists to further prominance. The gallery aims to present around 6 exhibitions each year, of both one-person and group shows. We carry an extensive stock of drawings, watercolours, oils, sculpture, retro ceramics and glassware.
Art For All is a family-owned gallery run by Andrew and Margaret Dascalopoulos. Established in the beautiful cathedral city of Chichester for over 20 years, Art For All offers art from majorpublishing houses within the UK as well as numerous independent artists. Unlike many galleries that deal with just one publishing house, Art For All are able give a complete overview of the best art on the market.
Dee Barnes is from London and originally trained in contemporary dance at Laban. Next came a number of years as a successful ceramicist; during this period Dee worked for Yorkshire Sculpture Park inWest Yorkshire where she set up and ran the Bothy Gallery. Dee, her husband and young family decided they wanted a change and moved to Lincoln in 1999 to set up Midas, which is still going strong today.
Art demonstration/social evenings are held on the last Wednesday of the month. This is where a guest artist comes and gives a demonstration, usually these evenings are inspirational and full of hintsand tips to further your own art. See below for further details. Within this website you will find out more about the society and what we do, how to find us and how to join! Maybe after seeing an art demonstration you will want to pick up those brushes and give art a go.
In our galleries you will be sure to find something to inspire you. From the warmth of the Tuscan Sunshine and the vibrant colours of the Meditteranean coast to the traditional landscapes of theEnglish Lake District. Artists from France, Spain, America and South Africa as well as from our own shores, bring together abstract, figurative, landscape and still life study work. The best result in a unique and vibrant collection.
John Freeman is well known for his paintings of the North Yorkshire landscape, and in recent years, working almost exclusively in water colours, has established a reputation for his exciting snowscenes of the area creating a combination of clarity and warmth not often found in this type of subject. A selection of his work is now in print and it is proposed to add regularly to this collection of over 100 subjects in both open and limited editions.