Blog Week 43
Lots of new paintings and sculptures have arrived in the gallery this week and some stunning paintings have also headed off to private collectors all over the county and beyond. All the new paintings released last week from Anne Blundell, Javier Mulio and Lawrence Isherwood were snapped up straight away so congratulations to all those early birds who got in quickly.
New Arrivals This Week
Glamorous Ladies Ascot is the first to have arrived and is from a low edition of only 95 which we are sure will prove a big hit. This piece is currently available to view at the gallery with others following shortly so do call and take a look.
A brand new selection of Lalique glassware has also arrived this week in plenty of time for Christmas so if you had your eye on a Tourbillons vase, Timora Elephant or even the fish series, don’t delay and come on down to see them in person.
Furthermore on the sculpture front, we also welcome the work of Ed Rust to the gallery for the first time this week which has been a real treat.
Rust’s sculptures are both quirky and charming and offer a contemporary twist on figurative sculpture. Generously proportioned yet elegantly composed, if you are looking for a sculpture of more significant scale, these are a great option.
Moving on to original paintings, two new George Somerville ink and wash drawings will be hitting the website in the next couple of days along with a rare early Kerry Darlington original that will be a great addition to any Kerry Darlington collection. Her limited editions continue to sell out on release with last weeks arrival of the latest ‘Mad Tea Party’ edition swiftly followed a couple of days later with us selling out. Kerry has teased us with a preview of a part photo of her new limited edition due out on 1st November which is shown here. This is likely to follow in the same direction as the last so if you would like to get your hands on the last of these releases for the year, do contact us without delay.
Have a great weekend everybody and we hope to see some of you in the gallery.