Original Art by Mark Spain

Detail taken from - Rainy Nights by Mark Spain

Mark Spain’s work has been exhibited worldwide and is collected on every scale from his more widely available limited edition prints to his stunning one off originals. His work is instantly recognisable with a tremendous amount of atmosphere and emotion to each piece. His use of colour is subtle yet harmonic and gently compliments a … Continue reading

Art Jargon Revealed

With every specialism there can be jargon and terminologies that are not always easy to understand, the art world is no exception. Ever wondered what a Giclee print is? Or what an artist proof is? Look no further as all is explained. Giclee Giclée printing is the most accurate representation of an original piece of … Continue reading

Great Gift Ideas for Art Collectors

Hold Me Close and Forget Me Not Cufflinks by Peter Smith

Not only can you own fine art in your home or office, but now you can take it with you wherever you go with limited edition accessories by some of the countries most sought after artists. Have a look at Peter Smith cufflinks. Or even the late and great sculptor Govinder Nazran inspired keyring and … Continue reading

Peter Smith and his Impossimals

Peter Smith has just released his Summer Collection for 2011, and it is already a hit with established collectors alongside first time buyers. What appeals to collectors on any range of the spectrum is his ability to paint something you can relate to. His characters are based on real people, with a consistent theme that … Continue reading

Caroline Shotton – Spring Collection 2011

Peek-A-Moo by Caroline Shotton

Caroline Shotton’s work definitely has that fun and light-hearted feel. If you haven’t seen any of Shotton’s work, you must be living under a rock, she is fast becoming an instant sell-out. She paints Cows, not just any Cows, these cows are full of character and humour. Her newest collection lives up the to hype, … Continue reading

Richard Rowan’s Soundscapes

The Island Awaits by Richard Rowan

Richard Rowan’s work is particularly unique not just in the style that he paints, but also the technique that he has taught himself. He works with oil paints on glass which requires alot of patience and time, as it is a slow process. He places a piece of toughened glass on four posts, and works … Continue reading

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