Here at Bronze Barn Gallery we have an array of British and worldwide designed bronzes and glassware. Our limited edition solid bronzes are made using the lost wax method a technique used forthousands of years. A wax positive is made from the original, coated with a ceramic shell and fired to harden the shell and melt the wax. Molten bronze is poured into the mould and then they are hand finished with patinas.
Baron Fine Art has a very diverse stock of 19th, 20th and 21st Century oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and etchings. We probably have the most extensive range of top quality 19th and 20thCentury watercolours in the North of England. The fine art gallery was established in 1990 by Steve and Ruth Baron following 10 years of trading in fine art and a move from City Wall Gallery, Chester. Now located in Watergate Street, the historic antique centre of Chester with parking facilities close by.
The Watergate Street Gallery opened in 1992 with a philosophy to bring new, fresh, different, yet affordable art to as many people as possible. Our website features original paintings, etchings,screenprints, signed limited editions and exclusive art pictures and prints from some of the worlds leading publishers. Whatever your taste, you will find it here!
Owned by cartoonist Albert Rusling and his wife Margaret the gallery offers a wide range of drawing styles and ideas. Hundreds of drawings on an almost endless number of subjects are available in theform of prints, signed prints, limited edition prints and finished artwork. All of the artists represented in the gallery are well known and respected professional cartoonists of many years standing and have all regularly drawn for the country's foremost national magazines and newspapers.
It offers beautiful gallery space comprising several well-lit rooms in an excellent location within the Walls of Chester amounting to around 250 square meters of wall space for original artwork andprints, plus display cabinets for glassware, ceramics and handmade jewellery, a coffee shop to discuss that latest project, a print shop to produce high quality prints, posters, books, flyers and cards, and local interest books and guides.
Northgate studio was developed in the summer of 2014. It was originally known as "The Handel's Court Gallery", which opened in 2012 and was an art gallery spanning three rooms on the first floor. Thestreet level shop was originally a Butcher's, but is now the entrance to the studio, although, prints and photographs are the only things that get chopped up now. The studio now covers six rooms over two floors. There's also some printing equipment in the basement, but, you don't want to go down there.
My memory based landscapes are captured from travelling via rail up and down the country. Collecting scraps of information before the scene is passed and forgotten. Each piece is painted solely frommemory to create images that are abstracted and expressional more than representational. Oils, varnishes and acrylics are spread around the raw canvas creating sweeping skies. Bold layers are scraped back and balanced against the dramatic use of paint revealing hidden chinks of colour.
Contemporary art gallery, cafe and artists’ workshops in Burwardsley near Chester. Original fine art, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, glass and mixed media pieces are exhibited and sold in ourglass-walled gallery, enhanced by stunning views out over the Cheshire countryside. We also run courses, have workshop space for hire, and produce delicious homemade cakes and light lunches, which can be enjoyed inside or out on our terrace. Open 10am-4pm every day except Tuesdays.
With our excellent selection of originals and limited edition prints Chester art gallery ART AT 41 is THE place to visit in the North West. Our bespoke framing can also breath new life into yourpaintings, photos, prints and keepsakes! Located in the bustling and vibrant suburb of Hoole less than 1 mile from Chester's city centre, there is free parking outside the gallery so you will be able to take your time and enjoy viewing wonderful art in friendly surroundings.
Composition, lighting and telling stories. Think about the village in which you live and what gives it that sense of place, before experimenting with your own camera. We will view the photos duringthe class, and have fun sharing our photography and ideas.