Queen's Hall Arts (QHA) is the charitable company that manages the venue, Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham and provides an art service to a large part of rural Northumberland. The Queen's Hall is amagnificent early Victorian building which faces Hexham Abbey (dating from 647AD). From its christening as an arts centre in 1983 until the hand over to the charitable organisation, Queens Hall Arts in 2001, the building was under local authority control.
Philip Oliver has been operating from the Tynedale Gallery for six years now and as he was born in the nearby village of Corbridge, he is very much 'at home' painting and offering customers a framemaking service in his popular gallery in the Hencotes area of Hexham.
Also Pitmen Painters, Mining Art for sale, Northern art, Wildlife Paintings for sale, British Bird Paintings for sale, and a Botanical Paintings for sale section all of which can be purchased securelyOnline. We also have fine examples of Newcastle, Durham, Yorkshire, The Lake District, Cumbria and Scottish scenes and Northern Art and Russian Art. We Sell Art on behalf of Contemporary Artists.
Kelly is the artist in residence and the brainchild behind Artful. While you can buy a limited selection of her artwork and gifts on this site, please contact us directly if you have any specificrequirements. They are happy to help with any questions, whether you're a customer looking for artwork or gifts or a North East artist hoping we'll sell your work.
We are a co-oprative group of volunteers, producers, artists and makers promoting small businesses and the beautiful North Pennines landscape through the Allendale Forge Studios Art and Craft Centre.As a community interest company and social enterprise we raise awareness, develop skills through tutored workshops and by creating high quality products.
Walter Holmes has been painting for 50 years. Following a formal education in earth sciences (Durham University and Imperial College, London), he studied art at various institutions, includingHammersmith and Chelsea Schools of Art and Newcastle University. Since his first one-man show in 1971 his work has been exhibited throughout the UK and is in private collections from the USA to Russia.
The Coquetdale Arts Centre is in Rothbury, Northumberland. The arts centre was set up in 1975 to promote, display and sell art for the benefit of local people, and visitors to the area. We are aregistered charity, run by a committee, with the help of a large band of custodians, who staff the Gallery seven days a week from April to December. Without volunteers, it would be impossible to open the Gallery, and their contribution is greatly appreciated.
Each generation has grown in knowledge and experience for original art and this, coupled with a talented and efficient team, have made the company the success it is today. Over the years and throughto the present day the gallery has continued to showcase work from some of the worlds most reputable artists including Jose Royo, Javier Mulio and Jurgen Gorg to name but a few.