I am a professional artist living with my wife, Polly, in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England. I paint in watercolour, pastel, acrylic, ink, charcoal. I present a painting series, "Ash Buckingham PaintsLincolnshire" on cable television and I divide my time between painting for myself and running painting classes - evening classes, day workshops, weekend courses and painting holidays. Polly does everything else! If behind every successful man is a surprised and hardworking woman, then she is it!
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.
Classes in Batik, Felt Making and Pottery are available to suit everyone whether you would like to come along every week or just dip in and out when time allows. Come along and 'have a go' at whatevertakes your fancy, all abilities are welcome. There is more to coming to these friendly classes than just learning a new skill! Meet interesting like-minded friends and get inspiration and encouragement from working in small groups.
Coffee shop, gift shop, picture framing service, creative workshops and art gallery in the market town of Brigg, North Lincolnshire. Our Cafe offers a range of meals and snacks with the option to havemost meals as smaller portions for children or those after a lighter bite.
Established in 1986 by two professional artists, John Gray and Helen webber, Riverbank Studios is situated by the River Welland in central Spalding in Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. John and Helen areboth painters and Riverbank Studios houses their own painting studios as well as gallery/teaching space. John works on large figurative oil paintings with autobiographical and historical subjects often featuring his home city of Edinburgh.
My art springs from a lifelong passion for historic accounts and stories; man's mark on the earth; travel, ships and trade; maps and artifacts. A seed sown by chance discovery through a book, a film,a museum or a conversation grows into a painting, relief or print. I use whatever techniques and materials needed to create the image that I have in my mind. An object will inspire and indeed sometimes even become part of a piece of work; it's history and the story behind it's existence intrigues me.
With over thirty years experience working for and on behalf of private clients, and with access to many private collections and sales, Nigel Rhodes has an established reputation for an expert eye andprofessionalism in facilitating what can be an overwhelming experience in the world of collecting, buying or selling.
Situated in the centre of the historic market town of Grantham, Phoenix Gallery is a friendly, local art gallery and gift shop which also offers a bespoke framing service. We stock a wide selection ofaffordable originals, limited editions and open prints, both framed and unframed. Favourites such as Sue Howells, John Trickett, Margaret Clarkson and Nigel Hemmings may be found on our walls, together with artists from the renaissance to the present day. Bronzes, glassware, and ceramics also feature.
Housed in a timbered 16th Century building within the Cathedral Quarter, Harding House Gallery provides a unique and exciting place for artists to exhibit their work. The Co-operative was set up in1994 by a group of local artists who decided to establish a much needed outlet for the contemporary visual arts in Lincoln. HHG is now one of the most successful artist's co-operatives in the country.
The Ropewalk is a regionally acclaimed centre for the arts housing galleries, sculpture garden, coffee shop, and Ropery Hall - a venue for live music, theatre and cinema within a Grade II listedformer rope factory. Other facilities include: a printmaking workshop; artists' studios; meeting rooms available for outside lets and a picture framing department.
The Guildhall Arts Centre is a community-centred venue that aims to offer its customers innovative, stimulating and quality arts' experiences. Housed in what was Grantham's town hall, jail andsessions hall (see Guildhall History) the Arts Centre is part of Cultural Services provided by South Kesteven District Council (SKDC) along with Stamford Arts Centre and The Bourne Corn Exchange.
Lincoln Art Programme was a curatorial platform established in 2009 and concluded in 2013. The programme focused on working with artists to create new work in Lincolnshire. Using a nomadic framework,without a gallery or static space, the organisation used the county and its various histories, events, communities and evolving landscapes as sites, spaces and starting points.
DC Framing began trading in 2002 initially from Proprietor Dave Cox's home premises. The business is family run with Dave's passion being outdoor pursuits - primarily wildfowling. From this personalinterest came Dave's other business interest, DC Finearts, a business specialising in prints of gundogs, the countryside and wildlife.
The Collection brings together an award winning archaeology museum and the region's premier art gallery, the Usher Gallery, in the heart of historic Lincoln. People have inhabited the landscape ofLincolnshire for nearly half a million years. The archaeology gallery takes visitors on a journey through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages before exploring the Roman, Saxon, Viking and Medieval eras.
The sculpture is based on themes very close to all our hearts and our very existence. It implicates the planet earth, our relationship to it and what we as a species, are doing to it. It begins withthe appreciation of our beautiful world and the realisation that although it is large by our scale, it is a finely tuned entity. There is no help coming from outside our solar system if we upset the balance.
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Richard is a pencil illustrator, who specialises in military subjects, although he can draw any subject that you may require. His site only shows examples of his work. Original pictures, and printsare available, just email your requirements to him. Commissioning something for your Regiment is not that expensive, have a look around the site and drop him an email.
At MountbattenArt we are committed to the highest standard of customer service and product. Our art works have all been created in the last 10 years, and are in many styles and "isms"! All the oilshave extensive background information regarding their creation and the artistic content, additional information is always available from the artist, about each oil, if required. The oil that is the main feature picture on our website, is of Gaga.
Welcome to my website gallery, I hope you enjoy the visit. The images are constantly being added to, so the collection is building up nicely. Most of my work in the past has been carried out on acommission basis so publication in print form has not been a priority. I am now concentrating on publishing my work in fine art print form, which I am finding very exciting and rewarding.
Matthew graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts Valuation in 2001 and has been active in the art market ever since. Following 10 years as an auctioneer Matthew decided to follow his passion for artand in 2011 established Aspect Fine Art. Our website is intended to give you an overall impression of the broad range of periods, schools and quality of works handled by us. Please contact us for further information or to arrange a private viewing and confidential meeting to discuss your requirements.