Nature In Art
Welcome to Nature in Art, the world's first museum and art gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature. Our unrivalled collection is housed in a fine Georgian mansion,
Aliqua Art Gallery
We are in Quedgeley off the B4008 - 3 miles from Junction 12 of M5. From Junction 12 M5 take the A38 signposted to Gloucester and then the sliproad B4008 to Quedgeley. Turn right at the 2nd Roundabout
Art Shape
Art Shape runs a countywide programme of arts courses and projects with a specific focus on disability issues and social inclusion. We target our activities at providing opportunities for adults and
Intaglio-fine-art. Com
This website contains a catalogue of 5,000 hand coloured intaglio art prints, individually printed from the original, often antique, etched copper and steel plates. These represent some of the finest
Arts Air Gallery
Original paintings and limited edition prints by international artist and former pilot Art Cox. Inspired by his love of Aircraft and the world of aviation this Gloucestershire based artist has
Cheltenham Art & Craft Workshop
We believe that developing your artistic skill should be a fun and engaging process. Whether its fine art, ceramics or craft, we cater for both beginners and the more advanced artist, wishing to work
Cheltenham Art Club
Our En Plein Air programme starts is underway so let's all get out there and enjoy painting together. This year we've chosen some of the most wonderful venues in and around the Cotswolds, from
The Positive Ideas
We source unique art from poor artists around the world. Every painting sold funds one child's education in Tanzania and the remaining profits and split equally between the artist and the company. The
The Fine Art Partnership
Commission sales & global sourcing agents. We act on behalf of individual & corporate clients; sourcing through private treaty, the fine art trade and at auction. Paintings bought and sold, framing,
Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum
In 1898 the third Baron de Ferrieres, a former Mayor and MP for Cheltenham, gave 43 important paintings, mostly from Belgium and the Netherlands, to the town, together with £1000 towards the building