Refresh your style… be bold, be colourful, be arty!

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Time to fall in love with art… Be bold. Be beautiful. The Gallery is a wash with new art on display! Limited editions and originals. Find out more online or pop in and see whats on the agenda for the coming weeks.

View some of our featured works in this month.

We have some great pieces in the gallery and many more online… GEORGE THORNTON ART

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‘Singapore Skyline’ by Alicia Dubnyckyj
Original Artwork : Gloss on Wood
Price £2,750

Contact us for Own Art Details – Purchase amazing art by spreading the cost over 10 months.

Alicia has appeared on Channel 4 and the BBC and her work has been featured widely in the media in magazines and broadsheets including Vogue and the The NY Arts Magazine, and both Esquire and The Independent listed her as one of their top 21st century artists to invest in. She also boasts a prestigious list of collectors from the worlds of sport, music, business and fashion, notably George Boetang, Ron Dennis, Tony Rogers, Nicky Wire and Sir David Tang, as well as the Kuwaiti Royal Family.

 

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Cephalothin’ by Damien Hirst
Signed Limited Edition
Price £12,000

The artist Damien Hirst has become a British art phenomenon since winning the Turner Prize in 1995. His work as a sculptor, installation artist, painter and print maker has both amazed and made him no stranger to controversy.

 

Ashes, Ashes, We ALL Fall Down

‘Ashes to Ashes, They ALL Fall Down’ by Louise McNaught
Signed Limited Edition
Priced at £250 (unframed) or £400 (mounted and framed)
Spread the payment for a framed limited edition over 10 months with our Own Art Scheme, just £40.00 per month

McNaught celebrates the glory of nature and animals. She uses blazing neon colours and mixed media to give her subjects a godlike, heavenly quality. Louise’s gentle touch highlights the delicate relationship we humans have with nature.

 

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‘Conformation’ by Kirsty Mackay
Original Artwork : Industrial Paints on Canvas
Price £800

Contact us for Own Art Details – Purchase amazing art by spreading the cost over 10 months.

Mackay uses the process of painting to build shape and form, but also allowing for the calculated element of chance spontaneity and flux. This results in a wealth of colour and pattern which although chaotic and consuming, offers a new quiet discourse.

 

 

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‘Still Life jar Boiled Sweets’ by Christopher Green
Original Artwork : Oil on Board
Price £2,650

Green paints ‘hyper’ realism. Although he often uses photography to capture transient lighting conditions, he has absolutely no desire to produce a faithful reproduction of the photographs themselves. Instead he uses the images as reference points for the creation of a heightened, idealised reality.

For all the details regarding art viewed here today, online and within our Nottingham studio do get in touch.

12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN
Telephone – 01159243555

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Art in progress… Pencil drawing by Kate Brinkworth

Kate Brinkworth undertook her artistic training at Nottingham Trent University, and graduated in 2000. Fast forward almost 20 years and she now finds herself selling through Christie’s Auction House with works on permanent display within public museums and private collections all over the world. Her attention to detail is extraordinary. See art in progress and completed…

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‘The Writer’ Pencil drawing in progress… Kate using photography as reference…

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‘The Writer’ by Kate Brinkworth. Pencil on Paper.

George Thornton Art : 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN Tel, 01159243555

Orange is the New Black… (Art-wise obviously…)

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‘Crwcwd’ by Anna E Davies

The orange colour is a very warm and vibrant that actually gives very different reactions throughout the world. In the Netherlands it’s the national colour. Asia, more sacred surrounding Buddhist monks and their robes and finally, the United States its associated with Halloween! That aside the colour orange always plays a big part in our homes. Very warm. From carrot colored carpets to apricot bathroom suites, orange has managed to makes us smile and certainly brightens up that room or office space. See our art, be inspired and find what works for you?

The Butterfly Effect

‘The Butterfly Effect’ by Louise McNaught

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‘Organicolour’ by Russell Hatton

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‘Jane’ by Nick Holdsworth

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‘Betty’ by Oli Fowler

Northern Light by Louise McNaught

‘Northern Lights’ by Lousie McNaught

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‘Vandal Helmet’ by Zombiedan

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‘Genesis’ by Kieran Crowder

 

George Thornton Art {12A Flying Horse Walk}{Nottingham}{NG1 2HN}

Telephone – 01159243555

 

Exhibition Invite – ‘The Heat is On’

A Brilliant Line! 80x40cm

Please accept this email as your personal invite to our latest exhibition with the formidable Jan Nelson.

We are just so excited to be playing host to Jan Nelsons anticipated solo show in Nottingham from 14th – 21st July

You are welcome to come and meet the artist that opening Saturday 1pm until 4pm. Jan will be on hand to discuss her techniques, ideas and inspirations. We are expecting a busy day so do reserve your place – george@georgethorntonart.com

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Surfing the Sound by Jan Nelson

Sunset Starburst! - 50x50cm

Sunset Sunburst by Jan Nelson

Simple strips of abstract colour make up enigmatic compositions! Jan Nelson, famous for her nautical scenes will be providing the gallery with something different this year… Landscapes, floral, sailing and motor sports will be in order and as ever you can expect a huge degree of colour and energy from this incredible artist.

12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN
tel : 01159243555

Jane Thomson – Exalting the Everyday

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Unfolding‘ by Jane Thomson – 100cm x 80cm x 7cm – Mixed Media / Board – £1,495

Nottingham-based painter and lecturer Jane Thomson produces unique and sensual monochrome pieces using layers of print, paper and text.

Her figures, white and pure, emerge from a chalky void like sculptures. The elegant poses of her fragile subjects are depicted as if in alabaster or marble, elevating the everyday lives of these women to the realm of heroes and historical figures depicted by Michelangelo and his peers.

Her latest work is inspired by the timeworn frescos found in the chapels and villas of Florence and recall the high art of the ancient world.

This is most clearly seen in Study for Invisible Ink which appears as much a lover’s sketch as an alternative perspective of Diana of Gabii, sculpted by Praxiteles – a pioneer of depictions of the nude female form – more than 2000 years ago.

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Invisible Ink‘ by Jane Thomson – 34cm x 18cm x 4cm – Mixed Media / Board – £395

‘Invisible Ink’ is a piece which rewards reflection, appearing also as a female response to Rodin’s famous ‘The Thinker’.

The work of Jane Thomson is composed of distorted poems, fragments swirling around the central figure. The effect is one of revelation and concealment, exposure and mystery, with a sense of hidden depth in the layers of print, Oils and pencil.

Jane Thomson will be displaying artwork within our ‘Fragments’ exhibition 30th June until 7th July. Do come and view these fabulous artworks.

EXHIBITION – Jane Thomson ‘Fragments’

George Thornton Art – 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Tel – 01159243555 : E.mail – george@georgethorntonart.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All ‘smART’… All about the ART!

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‘Gunpowder Blue’ – Kate Brinkworth

Lots planned for the final half of 2018. New artists for the gallery, established masters together with rising talent! Interesting sculpture and dynamic statement wall art to finish off that newly renovated space. Art Fairs are in place and with a whole host of gallery exhibitions planned it’s looking like a fabulous ‘Arty’ season ahead. Watch this space…

View some of our featured works this month. As Summer is with us, here in the gallery we just love a little slash of colour.

 

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Here in the Gallery we love new art by Gareth Hayward. A photographer of integrity. Hours spent layering individual images, building a collage with breath taking results.

‘Elements’ by Gareth Hayward on display now.

 

Nina Simone

New artist to our books! We welcome Kelly Ann – Holmes. Each piece created from recycled aluminum. View ‘Nina Simone’ mosaic strong-bow cider.

 

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Original Artwork by the incredeibly talented Alicia Dubnyckyj. ‘Flatiron Building’

Alicia uses gloss paint on board to create each stunning original composition.

 

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Date in the Diary – 30th June
Exhibition with Jane Thomson and Donna Rumbe – Smith.

‘Fragments’ interlink both artists, a collaboration of original works. For information do contact the Gallery – Tel : 01159243555

 

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Artist Nick Holdsworth breaks the mold. Printing 1000’s of tiny images onto paper, embossing this on to board before spray painting the final image. Using this pixilation technique encourages the work to look almost 3D.

 

George Thornton Art

{12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN}{Tel – 01159243555}

 

Anna E Davies – Shifting Perceptions

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Welsh painter Davies takes inspiration from her day-to-day environment in Nottingham, revealing the underlying sentiments and sensations lurking in mundane, everyday experiences.

Her ruddy, fleshy figures recall the grubby worlds of Raymond Briggs and Quentin Blake as much as Francis Bacon’s contorted dreamscapes. Here the mind is making a break for it through the body and reality is worming its way out from under appearance.

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The shifting, fuzzy face of the grim figure in Reflection (below) stands in stark contrast to the defined shape of the teacher or perhaps self portrait seen in Sketch (above image)

Davies work here recalls the existentialist philosophy of Heidegger and Sartre with the subject of Sketch defined and submerged into the social identity of the teacher, while the figure in Reflection is confronted with the terrible freedom of authenticity and the clamouring, battling swirl of multiple identities.

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The Gallery welcomes this fine emerging artist to our books. Already a positive reaction we anticipate Davies to be an artist not to be overlooked. Click here to find out more

George Thornton Art : 12A Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham, NG1 2HN

Telephone – 01159243555