How To Love Abstract Art!

Some people find abstract art hard to swallow - here's how to acquire the taste! 

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All You Will Ever Need To Know About Prints...!

Want to start or add to your art collection, then fear not, limited edition prints are here!  Prints have always been a good, affordable option to original art, but can also be a minefield between good and bad!  However, all is not lost, we have some great tips to steer you safely through!

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Artist In The Spotlight:.....Gareth Griffiths

Gareth's is known for his sculptures based on American west coast Googie architecture of the 1950s and 1960s. His latest series of work is inspired by surfing and waves, and each piece created is named after a wave or a beach.  We caught up with him to ask him about his inspiration and how he creates his cool sculptures.

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How To Put The Wow Factor In Your Garden!

With Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower Show gone and the fantastic heat wave moving on, now is the time to get out into our gardens again and feel inspired to create that Wow Factor! Just as an artwork brings together a beautifully designed room in a house – a sculpture in the garden does the same. Take a look at our guide for buying the perfect sculpture.

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Artist In The Spotlight:.....Fran Giffard

We are captivated by the intricate beauty of the work by our artist Fran Giffard. Fran works directly onto her personal Moleskine diaries using watercolour, ink, gouache and graphite pencil, capturing the wonder of exotic and more commonplace birds. The result is a vivid collection of work with an intriguing personal slant.

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All You Will Ever Need To Know About ....Artwork Paper

Chances are that unless your artwork is painted on canvas, it will be on paper. When you see that an artwork is 'on paper' do you really know what the different types of paper and terms mean and how they form the base of your artwork?  Our quick guide will put you in the know.

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Artist In The Spotlight:.....Caroline Banks

We are so happy to introduce our new artist, Caroline Banks to you.  We have been admirers of her stunning work for sometime now so over the moon that she is joining us! As always, we wanted to know more about her and her work…

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Our Beginner's Guide To Starting Your Art Collection

Starting your very own art collection can seen like a big step into the unknown.   We have put together the key things to think about when starting your collection, or, indeed, adding to the artwork you already have.

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Artist In The Spotlight:.....Lee Herring

This week our Artist in The Spotlight is Lee Herring!   We have worked together for a few years now and love how his artwork has evolved.  We caught up with his recently to ask him a bit about him and his artwork...

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How To Make The Most Of Hanging Your Artwork

Hanging your artwork is just part of the fun of collecting - but it can be tricky to get it right! It doesn’t matter how fabulous your artwork is, if it isn’t hung correctly it can really be a deal breaker! Don’t worry - take a look at our top tips!

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Artist In The Spotlight:.....Benjamin Thomas Taylor

We are over the moon to be working with Benjamin Thomas Taylor.  He is known for his bright, Pop Art inspired landscapes. We love his artwork and, as usual, we caught up with him to find out about him and his artwork! 

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Artist In The Spotlight:.....Louise McNaught

We are super excited to have Louise McNaught join us.  Her signature artworks feature nature and animals, highlighting the delicate relationship between nature and ourselves and our destruction of nature.  We wanted to know more about Louise and her artwork and we are sure you do too!

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Our Tips For The Perfect Home Work Space...

With more and more people working from home it is so important to take the time to make your work space area as comfortable and as personal as possible. Here are our tips on making your home work space perfect for you. 

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Artist In The Spotlight - Fraser Renton

As you know, we love sharing info about our fantastic artists!  We want to know what they are doing, why and how, so our Gallery Director, Carol Caiger caught up with Fraser Renton recently and got him to take a break from his busy day to give us the lowdown... 

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How To Make The Most Of Your 'Old' Artwork?

We asked a selection of our clients if they still loved all the art in their home?  They all said they had some older artwork on their main walls that didn't fit with their 'personality' now or their current home decor.  Most were living with their outdated artworks because they didn't want to ditch them for sentimental reasons - let's face it - we have all been there!

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Artist In The Spotlight - Roy's People

We always love to know more about our artists and how they make their work, so our Gallery Director Carol Caiger, caught up with Roy Tyson of Roy's People recently to get the low down on him and his fantastic, cool artworks.

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Artist In The Spotlight - Fleur Alston

It is always good to have a bit of background knowledge about the artists and their artwork, so our Gallery Director, Carol Caiger had a chat with artist Fleur Alston about her thoughts and processes behind her stunning photographic collages. 

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Get To Know: Amy Caiger - 60 Second Interview

We took a minute out of our busy day in the office to do this fun 60 Second Interview, to give you a bit of glimpse at what makes us tick!

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Get To Know: Carol Caiger - 60 Second Interview

We took a minute out of our busy day in the office to do this fun 60 Second Interview, to give you a bit of glimpse at what makes us tick!

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Artist In The Spotlight -Rod McIntosh: Creativity and Mindfulness

In preparing for the Spring edition of The Affordable Art Fair, our Gallery Director, Carol Caiger had a chat with artist Rod McIntosh about the use of the enso in his practice and to enquire a little more about its’ significance to him and his creative and well-being habits.

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