The Dolby Gallery
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 traditional
The Latimer Arts College
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,
Pet Portraits & More
I have been a professional artist and designer for many years, involved in graphic design, illustration and retail design. Claims to fame include a complete series of retro posters illustrated for
Dickens Fine Art
You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. Dickens Fine Art offers fine paintings,
Andrea Naylor T/A
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 for
Marc Oxley Fine Art
The site for original Victorian and 20th century, Watercolours and Drawings as well as an online exhibition. All the pieces listed on this site are guaranteed genuine original works of art as per the
Peter Barker Fine Art
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 Eyebrook Gallery
Welcome to The Eyebrook Gallery, the new home of Print Collectables. The Eyebrook Gallery is home of hand signed limited edition prints and memorabilia. We have a vast collection of hand signed prints
Waterscapes Gallery
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 that
Goldmark Gallery
This is Mike Goldmark. And this is the Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham, Rutland, England's smallest county. The legendary Mike Goldmark, who writer Iain Sinclair described as a 'one man Arts Council'.