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Barry Hilton will be back at the gallery for our first exhibition of the year on 26th March. We hope you already have the date firmly in your diary and in readiness for the exhibition, Barry is working on a brand new collection of original paintings.
The first two works have arrived today and do not disappoint, one is a stunning new waterscape in gorgeous turquoise tones and the other is an usual mystical moonscape.
Both pieces have just been posted on the website today and can also be viewed in the gallery whilst still available. We do hope that you love the new works and are also able to make the 26th March.
Limited Editions from Andrei Protsouk
Many of you will have already viewed the unbelievable large Andrei Protsouk Venice original painting in the gallery and wondered at it’s incredible scale and impact. We are lucky this week to have available canvas limited edition prints of the same painting, available in two sizes and priced from only £495 framed and perfect for Valentines Day!
Along with ‘Love in Venice’, the canvas limited edition of ‘Uptown Martini’ is also back in stock and available to order online now or in the gallery.
The Devils in the Detail, Todd White
The first of our collection of previously sold out Todd White limited edition prints has also come into stock this week which is the amazing ‘The Devils in the Detail’. A classic Todd White composition, ‘The Devils in the Detail’ has to be viewed in the flesh to be fully appreciated with the incredible detail and faces emerging from the girls dresses.
Coming Soon……Queen Bea
Next week will also see the arrival of the very latest limited edition bronze sculpture from Jose Munoz – Queen Bea.
A departure from Munoz’ Hummingbirds, we are excited to see ‘Queen Bea’ when she finishes her flight over from the US next week and we hope you are too. Full details are available online now and viewing is available in the gallery from next week.
And Finally……New Horizons for Nigel Cooke
New works from cityscape artist Nigel Cooke are also in the gallery now too. The new works include a very unusual Manchester scene, not often seen from Nigel. Famed for his capital cities including London, New York and Paris, it is fabulous to see Nigel capture our very own Manchester Town Hall in this latest captivating composition.
The final painting from Nigel is recognisable in technique although a complete departure in subject matter. Executed on aluminium, the beautiful treescape captures natures beauty in his recognisable technique with the Eiffel Tower offering a nod to his more recognised subject matter. Both pieces are in the gallery now and available to view in person.