Art PoweRed Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned and run by Surjit Power and Brian Power. Art PoweRed encourages local arts to come forward and exhibit their work. The gallery is small andintimate gallery which deals in a diverse range of original paintings and sketches and limited edition prints, by local artist and some well known.
M1 Fine Art partners with the very best talent from around the world to showcase their artwork to a discerning audience of admirers. Whether an emerging artist or an established name, each and everymember of M1's portfolio places an emphasis on quality, ensuring they are considered to be the absolute best in their individual field.
A full panoramic city image can take up to several months to create; such is the complexity of the detail required in each illustration. The ethos behind the business is very much that art is not justfor the wall and can be enjoyed by all. The collection on offer has expanded steadily from prints and canvases for the wall to stationery, homeware, clothing, gifts, collectibles and accessories as a way to make the artwork more accessible to a wider audience.
The Greenwich Printmakers Association was founded in 1979 with the primary aim of providing a permanent display of members' work in their own gallery. It is run as a cooperative, staffed andadministered by the artists themselves who mount five exhibitions of new work each year, in addition to several other locations which have been as far afield as Canada, Germany and the USA.
A.P.T's two CREEKSIDE OPEN exhibitions are a snapshot of the breadth and diversity of contemporary visual art in the UK today. Lisa Milroy and Richard Deacon have independently selected recent work by113 artists from one anonymous submission. A.P.T set up the CREEKSIDE OPEN in 2005 and over the past ten years it has become one of the UK's foremost open competitions for visual artists.
BEARSPACE is a pioneering art space in London exhibiting emerging artists who push the boundaries of contemporary art practice. Artists are selected for their response to contemporary culture andphilosophy, and their work often displays a conceptual or narrative framework. Artworks pioneer innovative use of materials and rational and are of the highest technical quality.
We are Art Saves Lives, the place where getting loan is as easy as thinking about getting one. No arduous processes, no heaps of paper work - but, a simple procedure to follow and the money is yoursin a flash. At Art Saves Lives, we offer you special loans that are secured against your artwork. We accept a wide range of artwork, which can range from delicate antiquities to pieces of modern day art, allowing you ample room to choose which artwork to get a loan against.
FunkyPug is the trading name for me, Dan Hawkins. I am a photographer based in Honor Oak Park, SE23. I am currently looking for venues to display my work; either for exhibition or for sale - if youare interested please do give me a call. Payments via this website are secure using PayPal. If you do not wish to use PayPal please send me a private message. I am happy to accept direct Bank Transfers, or if prearranged there may be the possibility of paying cash on delivery.
The word "KUKLA" has Russian origin and translates as a "pretty doll", an item of attachment, love and fortune. Traditionally we associate "KUKLA" with our childhood memories, the times of genuinechildish joy and happiness. This Gallery is offering you these exact associations in a newer and fresher form. Combined together our artists from Russian, Ukraine, UK, Italy etc are offering you their visions and inspirations of the modern dolls.
Second Floor Studios & Arts (SFSA) - (a London-based social enterprise company and membership organisation that supports the development of visual and fine art practice and craft and designer makingby providing affordable studios and workshop spaces to its members) and is based at their Harrington Way site in South East London.