Blog Week 11
New from Sherree Valentine Daines
Sherree Valentine Daines has long been a regular exhibitor at the gallery and has twice visited us for solo exhibitions. Those who are fans of her work will be delighted to know that this weeks Hello magazine features a 10 page write up on Sherree and her artwork which is a fascinating read so do try and pick up a copy if you get chance. We do have a couple of copies here in the gallery so you are also welcome to call in and take a look.
The write up coincides with Sherree’s latest collection of limited edition prints which include her amazing society scenes along with some gorgeous children images. The collection is now on show in the gallery so we would love to welcome you to the gallery to take a look in person.
A Blast from the Past from Geoffrey Key
Along with the new works from Sherree, we have also been privileged this week to acquire a painting from Geoffrey Key which was painted forty years ago having been executed in 1978.
Geoffrey’s equestrian paintings are always in strong demand but the age of this particular painting make it doubly rare and sought after.
Life’s a Beach for David Renshaw
This week we have also acquired our very first David Renshaw Northern Romance painting from his new beach series which bring another charming dimension to his work.
This one off original is beautifully framed and available to order now so do check it out on David’s page here or in the gallery if you would like it to brighten up your home.
Rare Original from Fabian Perez
Waiting for the Romance to Come Back must be one of Fabian Perez’ most iconic images and features on the cover of many of his books and catalogues.
This week we have managed to get our hands on the small original study of this amazingly personal painting which is now in the gallery and available to purchase.
If you would like to discuss this piece or arrange a viewing, do contact the gallery or call in and we would be delighted to arrange for you to see it in person. A truly iconic Perez painting.
London Calling for Nigel Cooke
Nigel Cooke’s latest paintings on aluminium continue to wow collectors and his latest piece, Shimmering Thames, is no exception. Although a classic subject matter for Nigel, the colour palette is fresh and unique and works so well – albeit maybe Westminster may not be the number one place we all want to see more of at present!
We also have managed to get hold of one more example of Carl Payne’s Unity bronze before it sells out along with new small oils from Ghislaine Howard so we do hope that you get chance to call and see us at the gallery over the weekend.