Rumours Decorative Arts were first established back in 1985, we exhibited at many quality Antique Fairs across the country showing a varied selection of English Art Pottery ceramics. In 1986 wediscovered Moorcroft Pottery by purchasing by chance, a 1940's piece of the Anemone pattern on a Blue ground, at a local Antiques Fair and just loved it, at that time not very many people knew of the Pottery and it was still relatively undiscovered.
2015 marks my 26th year picture framing in Harpenden and my colleague Sarah Sharp GCF has been working with me for the last ten of these. In these ever changing times we're happy to report that nottoo much has changed in the world of framing, and in fact we quite like it that way.
White Art Club launches at The Berkeley Gallery with a personal appearance by award-winning and, quite literally, record breaking artist, Ben Riley. Using a combination of broken vinyl and groundrecord dust, Riley brings musical legends to life on canvas; from The Rolling Stones to Jimi Hendrix, Frank Sinatra to Robbie Williams. White Art Club is privileged to host Ben at the Berkeley Gallery on the eve of his latest exhibition in New York City.
The gallery has a diverse range of work from Ceramics, Glass, Jewellery, paintings and print as well as much more. A series of riddles and clues throughout the book led to the place where a gold harewas buried. The secret location was actually in Ampthill park itself and It seemed only right to name the gallery after this beautiful item and story.
Picture Corner has been trading in Ampthill, Bedfordshire for over 20 years. The business has provided local residents and businesses alike with a high quality picture framing service as well ashaving a range of limited edition prints by a wide variety of artists, including such well-known names as Doug Hyde, Fletcher Sibthorp and Sue Howells.
The gallery was established in 2011 by Hitchin artist Emmeline Webb. It's a showcase for local and regional arts and crafts. The gallery houses a lovely collection of paintings, hand pulled prints,ceramics and glass, along with its own range of greetings cards and bone china products.
Victoria Fine Art is looking to lead the way in promoting and supporting British contemporary art and artists with a wide range of media, visual representation and sculpture. Whilst we are passionateabout nineteenth century art we also represent British artists of international standing and promote contemporary art from emerging artists. Here at Victoria Fine Art we recognise that today's art is wide and varied and that modern tastes are ever changing.
Hilltop Studio is set high in the hills above Wendover Woods in St Leonards, which is one of the Hilltop Villages. You will find us situated next to the village church, in the front garden of whatused to be the rectory. The studio is well sign posted when we are open and visitors can usually find somewhere to park, but are also welcome to park at the church.
I have worked as a fine art conservator since 1993. I was previously employed at the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Civilization. For fourteen years I worked in New York City atthe prestigious Grassi Studio on some of the most important Old Master paintings still in private hands. Additionally, I was commissioned to treat major impressionist and contemporary paintings and was the conservator-advisor to Jeff Koons.
Gallery Rouge is Hertfordshire's most innovative and exciting art destination, offering a unique product range for the 21st Century art lover. With two prominent galleries (one on Chequer Street inthe heart of historic St Albans, the other in peaceful Harpenden Village), each offers a vibrant mix of contemporary fine art from which to select. Catering for a diverse audience, the galleries regularly display work ranging from colourist and abstract, to figurative and photorealistic.