A member of the prestigious Royal Society of British Artists, David Sawyer’s cultivated, impressionistic style has brought him great acclaim. Bright, clean and subtly hypnotic, his paintings demonstrate an elegant mastery of the naturally occurring shifts of light and shade.
With a rich application of colour, David’s paintings engender a spellbinding effect, through which the viewer is easily transported to the boardwalks of Venice or the hills of Provence. Through his great skill and vision, David has forged a successful career, and continues to produce classical, timeless works.
It is no surprise that Edward Hersey is one of the gallery’s most popular artists. His unique, signature style is instantly recognisable; in a vast art world, there truly is nothing comparable.
His ability to balance realism and idealism in his work results in painfully picturesque landscapes that simultaneously maintain their integrity. His paintings of pastoral England are treasured by avid collectors and first time buyers alike, making each one a cherished investment.
Raymond Campbell’s work accentuates the richness of life’s luxuries big and small. From ripened, plump fruits to luscious spreads of choice wines and fine cheeses, Raymond’s paintings are nothing short of indulgent.
Echoing the work of the Dutch Masters, each piece is proof of sophisticated and accomplished technique. His work has been shown at the prestigious Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition in multiple years, as well as the Mall Galleries in London.
Yorkshire artist Clare Haley's breath taking paintings have awed and captivated both collectors and galleries alike. Arguably one of Yorkshire's top emerging artists, Clare magnificently captures the emotion and ethereal nature of light and landscape with unparalleled ingenuity. Painting professionally since 2010, Clare has already achieved remarkable success, achieving sell-out solo exhibitions and gaining a loyal base of collectors enamoured of her work.
Gordon Lees’ paintings brim with nostalgia and memory. Known as ‘The Original Master of Light’, Gordon methodically uses light to set the mood of his paintings.
His romantic style captures the classic charm of Britain’s beloved towns and villages, preserving them in emotive pieces treasured by all. Gordon has seen a long and prosperous career spanning decades; a true testament to the timeless appeal of his work.
The announcement of ‘Treasures of the Continent’, an immersive mixed exhibition of paintings that explore the culture and landscape of the European mainland.
Comparing masters of the past and present, here we look at French Impressionist Claude Monet and leading landscape artist Terry Evans.