The Lost Reindeer Collection by Doug Hyde

The new collection from Doug Hyde has been lovingly created by the artist over a period of several years. Including six beautiful collectable limited editions and a fabulous new book combining fine art and folk tale, it introduces us to a whole new cast of irresistable characters we have not seen before, yet we find ourselves immediately among friends.

First One Up by Doug Hyde

First One Up by Doug Hyde

Doug Hyde talks about ‘The Lost Reindeer Collection’, “Like many of us I am utterly captivated by the monochromatic beauty of the Arctic Wilderness and for me, the inaccessibility only adds to its aura of magic and mystery. The overwhelming sense of history and legend, the unique landscape, the extraordinary wildlife and the phenomenon of the Northen Lights makes it one of nature’s greatest works of art.”

Fly Me To The Moon by Doug Hyde

Fly Me To The Moon by Doug Hyde

One of the keys to Doug’s enduring success is that his appeal reaches such a wide audience. From culture loving aesthetes who spend their holidays browsing round the Louvre or the Uffizi to those who find the very thought of entering a gallery intimidating, his work crosses the whole spectrum and transcends cultural boundaries.

This rare quality of universality is perhaps due to the fact that Doug’s compositions communicate with us so directly, referring to the human experience as a whole in a way that we can all recognise.

Little and Large by Doug Hyde

Little and Large by Doug Hyde

When it comes to exhibitions Monet may be the biggest draw, but when it comes to popularity… Doug Hyde’s prints are this year’s number one. They tend to provoke a smile which is not a reaction you see very often in a museum.”
David Sillito, BBC Arts Correspondent

Miss You by Doug Hyde

Miss You by Doug Hyde

Doug Hyde - The Lost Reindeer Collection at Artworx Gallery

Doug Hyde - The Lost Reindeer Collection at Artworx Gallery

Wonderland by Doug Hyde

Wonderland by Doug Hyde

Since Spring 2003 Doug has enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame. His inspirational images and sculptures have been instant sell outs leading him to win the coveted title of Best Selling Published Artist at the Fine Art Trade Guild awards in 2005.
As well as official success, Doug has been recognized by the media with invitations to appear on local and national TV and radio programmes. He even made the BBC TV National News on which he was described as “the UK’s most popular living artist”. Finally, and most importantly, contemporary art lovers paid Doug a rare tribute which demonstrated the immense popularity of his work and the loyalty of his many collectors: in early 2006, Doug’s one hundredth limited edition sold out.

Since then Doug’s popularity and profile has increased both at home and abroad, and he has recently returned from a sell-out tour in Japan. Yet despite his phenomenal success he has never lost touch with the realities of life, and has continued to produce work based around his love for his family, his unfailing optimism and his sheer enthusiasm for life.

Lean On Me II by Doug Hyde

Lean On Me II by Doug Hyde

Lost Reindeer Book (Open Edition) by Doug Hyde

Lost Reindeer Book (Open Edition) by Doug Hyde

For more of Doug Hyde’s work visit

Doug Hyde at Artworx Gallery

Alternatively call 01543 502971 or email info@artworx.co.uk
Artworx Gallery, Cedars Business Park, Avon Road, Cannock, Staffordshire WS11 1QJ.

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