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Sam Toft’s narrative paintings are quirky, fun and beautifully composed. Born in June 1964 Sam’s earliest ambition amongst others was to work in a post office; luckily for art lovers, after inspired tutelage at Liverpool Community College, Sam decided to “give it a go” with her pictures.
Sam has created an exclusive collection featuring her now infamous characters, “The Mustard’s”, Ernest Hemingway Mustard and his dear lady wife Violet along with their much loved eccentric friends and pets. Using mixed media, pencil, oil pastels, coloured inks and her own idiomatic techniques, Sam depicts a seaside world of faded ice-cream colours where the breeze is always blowing and life is utterly delicious.
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Latest Release By JJ Adams
Romeo & Juliet
“This stunning black and white shaded piece is a study created to celebrate the iconic movie of the same title. Starring a very young Leonardo DiCaprio, the movie has achieved cult status over the years and regular JJ Adams fans and collectors will love the numerous hidden references in the artwork that make this a truly special release.”
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By Gary Walton
Say Valentines with ART!! These 2 prints are by Artist Gary Walton
Puppy Love & Love Cats
especially for Valentines Day, although any gift really!!
£195 each framed.
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New Year SALE!!
We have a variety of Artwork that is reduced upto 50% off in the Gallery and on-line.
Don’t Miss Out!!
If You CAN’T see it discounted online then please enquire.
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Alexander Millar – Exclusive to Indigo Art Gallery
We are now the Official suppliers of Alex’s work in the Midlands.
Alexander Millars paintings hang in galleries and private collections all over the world and he continues to gain critical acclaim for the works he produces.
David Lee, art critic and editor of the Jackdaw magazine said:
“What is admirable about Alexander Millars paintings is that they are the product of reference and invention, as the best art should be, and they broadcast a real and touching sentiment. I recognize immediately their intimate truths. We who lived our formative years in a Britain, a materially poorer but spiritually prouder one, still affected by the aftermath of the Second World War, won’t forget it. We can’t because the image of those times is burned into our mind’s eye. The uniqueness of those city landscapes and horizons, dark and broken places hinted at in Millars work, has been largely erased from sight by boundless modernisation.”
Millar’s childhood was spent growing up in the small mining community of Springside, situated between the Scottish towns of Irvine and Kilmarnock. “Even though it was the 60s that I grew up in it felt more like the 40s,” comments Millar, “as the village seemed to be in some time warp stuck between the industrial revolution and Brig O Doon, and as with most wee places in Scotland, Springside had its fair share of “characters” most of whom I was related to in one way or another.”
Even as a child Millar was always fascinated by the small details he saw in everyday life and would stand in awe at something as insignificant as an old man getting off a bike, an old woman with bad hips struggling on and off the bus, he continues, “or the way the street drunk would stand at the corner of the local pub armed with a fish supper negotiating a chip to land somewhere in the region of his mouth without getting brown sauce all down his front or getting the chip stuck up his nose, like some lunar docking mission that was about to be aborted.”
He describes it all as a street dance, produced for him only and made what seemed ordinary and mundane quite fascinating. “I guess that is the whole premise of the work that I produce in that I still take delight in turning the “ordinary” into something “extraordinary”.
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NEW Work in the Gallery by Artist
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Daniel, whose largest collector is based in Bahrain, is becoming increasingly popular on Instagram and in our galleries.
His recent collections followed a series of acclaimed abstracts but now he is driven to produce art where we, the observers, can see an actual image to relate to. Subsequently, Daniel’s “Blossoms” collection was inspired by the stand of willows he looks at every morning from his window.
Never one to stand still, Daniel’s next concept, “stylish floral art”, is a work in progress and his dining room studio will soon have a coating of fresh paint. Hopefully Tabby, his pretty ginger cat, will continue to be the one inhabitant of his colourful house to avoid it.
Born in Winchester, Daniel Hooper studied at the prestigious Westgate School where he enjoyed what he describes as an “art phase”.
His work was noticed by The Discerner magazine, which led to him becoming a featured Saatchi artist—a process which normally takes much longer and tends to be reserved for more established artists.
Drawing inspiration from the world surrounding him, Dan mainly focuses on nature and movement.
“We’re on Planet Earth and nature is all around us, we just don’t see it,” he muses.
When creating his artwork, Dan calls upon techniques from his construction background. By initially painting in blocks, he is able to slowly build layers up to add movement to the finished product. The end result, and the reaction from his audience, is what drives him to continue creating art.
Because of his background, Dan admits to getting messages from people from all walks of life. Thriving from the buzz of selling his one-off art pieces to the public, he admits he finds it important to “take the snobbery” away from art, and tries to make it accessible to a broader audience.
“The trees came about from me looking out of my bedroom window one morning in spring last year at the Cherry Blossom which is basically my view .. I thought … I should paint this … and did …. since then I have played with the idea colours materials and so on. They seem to have captured people’s imagination across the world and are on display in homes and businesses worldwide. The feedback I get from buyers is .. we saw this and simply fell in love ! They are happy feel good pieces and who doesn’t like trees right?”
Artist – Johnathan Truss
Established as one of the UK’s leading wildlife artists, Jonathan is known the world over for his magnificent paintings. His artwork graces the walls of private residences and corporations from New York to New Zealand, from Botswana to Beverly Hills, demonstrating the broad appeal of both his style and his subject matter.
Jonathan’s enthusiasm for the animals he portrays, and the never ending exciting trail for new ideas extends to annual trips, camping under canvas in the incredible game parks of Africa. On several occasions he has conducted art safaris in Africa, India and South America.
Supporting the conservation of many endangered species, Jonathan has raised thousands of pounds for wildlife causes. Frequently in the media spotlight, he has made over 100 television appearances and has been featured in many national and international magazines. He is a member of the prestigious American organization ‘The Society of Animal Artists’ and also the US-based ‘Artists for Conservation’, and his paintings have been sold through major auction houses, including Christies and Sotheby’s.
Jonathan has won an impressive array of accolades for his artwork; recently he was a finalist in both the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year and the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year
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By Matt Buckley….
Presenting a most striking collection of contemporary sculpture. Emotionally evocative, fiercely modern, yet remaining utterly affordable, Edge Sculpture is designed and sculpted by Matt Buckley in Shropshire.
Matt indeed looks forward to designing, sculpting and producing many new concepts well into the future. Edge Sculpture is a collection influenced by style rather than subject. The mix of form, light and texture gives a unique feel to each individual piece. Each subject has been originally sculpted from clay, which allows the creation of pieces that deliver both a dynamic and organic feel. We then develop both the cases and moulds which ensure the faithful reproduction of the original clay sculpture with our special blend of marble stone castings. The finishing touch is the skillful application of hand-painting with the end result being a statement piece and talking point for anyone’s home! Visit today to see more of the Edge Sculptures.
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