Established in 2000 by artists Simon & Gillian Dolby, who met at Cambridge Ruskin School of Art in the 70′s, The Dolby Gallery shows an eclectic selection of contemporary and more traditionalart including hand made jewellery, ceramics, pottery, fused glass, hand made furniture, original paintings, and prints. The work we show is diverse and is by artists from all over the country. We mainly show work by well established professional artists but are always on the look out for new talent.
Based in Cambridgeshire, UK, Paul Joseph-Crank is a painter exploring urban landscape and figurative compositions in acrylic and mixed media. Working mainly on landscape and urban landscape, Paulfocuses on human activity in relation to architectural or natural environments, documenting the life of the city and countryside from his own personal perspective.
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.
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.
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.
Click on the image below and take a tour of the inside of our building! View Larger Map Your Arts Centre Drawing on a rich heritage dating back to the 18th Century, Stamford. The current Stamford PoetLaureate for 2015/16 is Rebecca Westwood. The town can benefit from seeing that I will stand-up and speak about the beauty in the everyday, the.
A hand painted pet portrait or family portrait is a unique way of capturing a special expression or an individual personality. It makes a wonderful gift or can be purchased as a personal keepsake foryourself. Working with pastels I can create a quality portrait from your photographs. Most of my work is focussed on creating realistic portraits of cats, dogs, horses, wildlife and people but I am happy to work with other subject matters that may be of more relevance to you.
The Latimer Arts College is a thriving, high performing school and I am privileged to be Principal. Those in our learning community love contributing to our vibrant and exciting college life,supported by our Arts College ethos. Together we share one key aim: to secure outstanding achievements for each individual by delivering excellence in all that we do. At The Latimer Arts College we place no boundaries on ambition, no limits on aspirations and no barriers in the way of achievement.
Peter Barker Fine Art is an exciting new gallery, situated in Uppingham in Rutland, England's smallest county. With 32 years' experience as a professional artist and a wealth of knowledge behind him,the owner of Peter Barker Fine Art has managed to attract a formidable stable of British artists all assembled under one roof, each expressing their own unique style.
Waterscapes Gallery is owned and managed by Tony Munns, a graphic designer and artist from Kent, UK. Our aim is to provide high quality, beautifully produced and presented art and photography thatcaptures the many moods of water. Customer satisfaction is paramount to us, so we use the best UK-based printers and framers to do full justice to each painting or print. Orders are processed individually to order and not from a large warehouse of batch-printed stock.