At King's Lynn Arts Centre we are committed to embedding environmental sustainability at the heart of our business, both in our own ethos and in our commercial interactions externally. As anorganization we intend to raise awareness in our audience and to lead by example so as to evidence sustainability to unlock new funding sources.
Ted Coney's Family Portraits is a pop-up gallery which opens on Sunday afternoons and other times by appointment. A group of over forty original paintings, produced by artist, Ted Coney on the themeof family life and family relationships. Most of the original oil paintings are on canvas, though there are some examples of painting on glass, wood and Ivorene.
An established figurative painter working in a traditionalist realist style, Heath Rosselli is part of the new wave of super realists, using time-honoured techniques to produce paintings with a depthand resonance of colour. Specialising in oil portraiture, Heath Rosselli applies the methods of Renaissance masters to both formal and personal commissions, as well as self generated exhibition pieces, during the painting process.
My work is inspired by my love of North Norfolk. Variety and experimentation are the main emphasis of my art and from this the local wildlife has become my new passion. I'm continually striving torepresent wildlife in a new and exciting way whilst retaining an element of realism. Images are built by applying layers of collage made of different colours and textures.
This varied collection of vehicle paintings are bought to life in a stunningly fresh graphic style by professional motoring artist Geoff Latter. His life long passion for all things connected withcars makes this astonishing collection a real eye treat for motoring enthusiasts and art collectors alike.
Welcome to the website of the British Sporting Art Trust. Have a look round to find information about our collection, library and archive. You can find out more about how we promote British sportingart and see information on how to become a member. Since its foundation, the BSAT has strived to create a permanent art gallery dedicated to British sporting art.
The need for a creative centre in Mid-Norfolk led to the opening of Art Academy East. The purpose was to provide engage students and break down the barriers of learning within the arts and tostructure achievable, skills based courses with a strong foundation in technical ability. Art Academy East was founded by Norfolk based fine artist and teacher Claire Frances Smith.
A picture frame is a kind of container added to a picture in order to enhance it, make it easier to display and to protect it. Picture frames have traditionally been made of wood, which is still thecommonest material, although other materials are also used, including aluminium, plastics or polystyrene. A picture frame may be of any colour or texture, but gildingis common, especially on older frames. Some picture frames have elaborate mouldings which may relate to the subject matter.
The Canon Gallery we are Fine art Dealers in 18th, 19th and 20th century oils and watercolours. Originally established in 1985 in Chichester, we then moved to Petworth, West Sussex and now moved toNear Huntington, Cambridge. The Canon gallery stocks over 250 oil paintings and watercolours with a price range from £50 to £100,000.
Our exhibition window now features the work of Giuseppina Santoro- Ellwood, 2011 Louvre Exhibitor and can be viewed until Monday 8th June. Work has been selected from the 2014 Unspoken and Suri SuriExhibitions but also serves as an extension to the Italian Community Arts Project (ICAP). The Project funded by the Arts Council has been completely orchestrated by Giuseppina, who has facilitated art workshops and community activities focussing on her Italian heritage.