Rowans Gallery is South Northants premier online arts and craft gallery, opening established on 15 November 2008. At present we have 20 member artists exhibiting their work through our online gallery.Our online gallery offers the customer a unique selection of work including original and limited editions of landscapes, figurative and nautical paintings and drawings; ceramics; sculpture; contemporary stained glass; silver and glass jewelry and so much more.
When buying from an artist/maker, you're buying more than just an object/painting. You are buying hundreds of hours of failures and experimentation. You are buying days, weeks & months of frustrationand moments for pure joy. YOU AREN'T JUST BUYING A THING, you're buying a piece of heart, part of a soul, a moment in someone's life. Most importantly, you're buying the artist more time to do something they are passionate about.
Kute Fine Art Gallery offers a stunning collection of original fine art, limited edition prints, sculpture and art-inspired gifts. We exhibit some of the finest contemporary artists of our time and aswell as showcasing award winners and household names such as Angela Smyth and Jack Vettriano, we aim to introduce outstanding new work to a discerning audience of art lovers.
Forest Edge Gallery is a community of artists and craftspeople offering a variety of original paintings, prints, greetings cards, contemporary ceramics and hand-made jewellery. Buying direct from theartists means you can get that unique gift at a competitive, VAT-free price! Based at Sherwood Forest Art & Craft Centre, Edwinstowe, Forest Edge Gallery is one of 13 other craft units and a cafe, and together with a walk round the ancient forest, can be a day out for the whole family.
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.
Gallery showcasing the work of professional artist Sean Coupe. Home of Imagine Arts private art school where Sean coupe tutors groups and individuals in a number of disciplines. On site teashop, amplefree car parking.
Yes, BEANS offers a nice selection of great coffees and teas, and we make all of our soups, salads, sandwiches, quiches and cakes on the premises. However, we are quickly becoming known for our artclasses and special events. We also display and sell a growing collection of jewellery, prints, cards, stained glass, paintings, collage & stitchery works, ceramics, and fused glass created by talented local artists.
Joy and Darrell Greenhalgh use glass making processes that are totally unique to them -"trade secrets"- developed through more than 25 years of experience and experimentation. They create exclusiveglass art by combining the unequalled magic of these unique making processes with truely inspirational designs. Layers of glass and precious metals- 24ct Gold, Platinum and Silver - are fired together in a kiln for three or more days at almost a thousand degrees centigrade.
Hello, my name is David Coupe. I am a self-taught artist and have been painting for about 50 years and about 15 of those teaching art. I started to paint professionally on having to take earlyretirement due to ill health and I've enjoyed teaching others to enjoy this wonderful hobby. I now run two hour classes, Saturday workshop once a month and painting holidays. I mainly paint these days in watercolour, but also in oils and pastel.
I'm a freelance textile artist following a dream of earning a living through art. It's a long haul that's taken nine years for me to get this far and a long way from the early naivety of thinking thatI could just stitch to earn money! Over this time, I have worked in so many different places I've lost count: from parks to primary schools, tepees to tents, church halls to care homes, hospitals to holiday centres.