Sotheby's Greenford Park
Sotheby's is an innovative global art business serving the most discerning clients. Auctioneers since 1744, today Sotheby's is so much more, offering clients extraordinary opportunities to transact:
For Arts Sake
For Arts Sake started life in Hendon in 1978 and quickly established a reputation for supplying quality artwork and a custom framing service both to it's retail and corporate clients. They opened
Acrylicize
We are a unique studio that combine a fusion of Art and Design to create and curate truly engaging interior experiences. Our passion is exploring identity through environment, creating a diverse
Johnsons Island
We are a thriving creative community, set idyllically on the banks of the Grand Union Canal in Brentford, West London. Surrounded by nature, our hobbit-like studios are a magical place. Open Studio
Elizabeth Rollins-Scott
Over the course of the last fifteen years Elizabeth has emerged as one of leading lights of black British artists who has developed and nurtured a body of spritual art and christian art to much
Nelson Ferreira
Created and runs classes at Enjoy-Work (Chiswick Park), Saatchi Gallery (Sloane Square), Linen Hall (Oxford Circus), Grosvenor (Bond Street), the architecture offices KPF (Covent Garden) and Terry
Williams & Son
WILLIAMS & SON is a fourth generation, family owned gallery specialising in 19th & 20th Century British and European paintings. Williams & Son operated from its Grafton Street premises in the heart of
West London Art Factory
Having launched three years ago West London Art Factory started life as a screenprinting studio, workshop space and selection of private studios for artists but has since become much more. Born out of
Lovers Lights Gallery
Come and see us on the lovely Twickenham Green and you'll find a glorious glowing collection of really different creative lighting made by British Designer Makers. From our signature pendant recycled
The Gooday Gallery
The Gooday Gallery is a company specialising in the periods of design and antiques from 1880 through to the 21st century, but concentrating on the most influential design periods of Art Deco,