New For May

Hello All,

We have a few exciting updates for you this month.

First, the Gallery is excited to announce that we at long last have some new pieces in by the wonderfully bizarre Xue Wang. Wang’s work has been exhibited extensively across the globe and has been particularly successful in the USA. Wang’s art never fails to stimulate discussion and arouse attention, so don’t miss out.

Secondly, we are excited to announce that the gallery’s next exhibition will be at the end of this month, featuring the works of Paul Lemmon. The exhibition will run for one week, beginning on Saturday 22nd June. Lemmon will be in the gallery between 1pm and 5pm to discuss his work and answer any questions you may have for him.

Thirdly, the gallery is now able (well, from the 20Th May) to offer up to £15,000 interest free on all our original pieces. So that original piece you’ve been pining after, but was just a bit too much is now well within your grasp.

Check out featured pieces by Xue Wang, Paul Lemmon and others below.

For more information, please contact the gallery for details.

‘Womb Service’ by Xue Wang
Original Art: Oil on Board
Dimensions: 29″ x 31.5″
Price: £2950 or 18 monthly installments of £164 (interest free)

In this piece Wang sets out to create a moment of disbelief and shock at a suprise party. This almost doll like figure, walks into the room presenting her bulging womb that is ready to blow (notice the three babies holding the sparkler, ready to ignite. The result being a confetti-esque shower of babies over the party crowd, much to the enjoyment of the two cheeky clowns)

‘Above Manhattan at Night’ by Alicia Dubnycjk
Original Art: Gloss on Wood
Dimensions: 51″ x 29″
Price: £3950 or 18 monthly installments of only £219.50 (interest free)

This dynamic and electric piece by Dubnycjk, captures the restlessness of the ‘city that never sleeps’ beautifully. You can almost feel the energy rushing through New Yorks gridded road system and up into the offices an apartments of this great city.

‘Eva Damson’ by Nom Kinnear King
Original Art: Oil on Board
Dimensions: 22.5″ x 22.5″

Price: £995 or 10 monthly installments of only £95.50 (interest free)

Kinnear King is a master of portraiture. This surreal character looks as though she has been plucked straight out of a bleak victorian novel. Her clever use of light to convey the characters she paints is  plain to see in this wonderful piece, her pale face is so carefully offset by the dark mass of hair that sits so elegantly above.

‘Tribute to Turner’ by Darren Stevenson
Original Art: Oil on Board
Dimensions:33″ x 22″
Price: £795 or 10 monthly installments of only £79.50 (interest free)

Stevenson has gained much of his inspiration from the paintings of Turner. He uses very similar techniques to create the effect of his paintings. Like Turner, Stevenson is able to capture the essense and fragility of nature. Stevenson pays tribute to this great master in this piece and makes a nod to the painter by painting the shapes of fish into the piece, a signature tactic used by Turner in his later works.

‘Change My Mind’ by Paul Lemmon
Original Artwork: Oil on Canvas
Dimensions: 35.5″ x 35.5″
Price: £1850 or 10 monthly instalments of only £185 (interest free)

Lemmon’s work has the ability to grab a viewers attention isntantly. His works draw you into the scene and the mystery that they create. Lemmon gives you just enough imformation to understand what is happening, but leaves the viewer to fill in the blanks creating questions in the viewers mind: Who is this girl? Where is she? What is she talking about?

Don’t miss the Paul Lemmon exhibition: 22nd June – 3rd July
Meet the artist: 22nd June (1pm – 5 pm)

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