Kent Art Galleries
Art galleries in Ashford, Canterbury, Dartford, Dover, Folkestone, Maidstone, Margate, Ramsgate, Rochester, Sevenoaks
Landscape Artist working in oils and painting large powerful pieces of Englands Countryside and Coast. \" To be passionate about what one produces is no more important than the process itself , but a substantial means to a finished painting of substance\" A Giles.
Described as a "little gem of an art gallery" in the heart of the busy market town of Tonbridge. Art lovers are sure to find a warm and friendly welcome when visiting ArtSpring Gallery which is just a 5 minute walk from the 11 century Tonbridge Castle. 18 local artists, all of whom are known in their respective fields for their passion and high quality work have joined together to run this fabulous, friendly gallery. As well as exhibiting their regularly changing work they have a guest artist who exhibits for two months at a time so there is something for everyone from fine art, modern art, glass, ceramics and jewellery to suit all budgets. The Gallery aims to promote art in the local area and with a different artist in the Gallery each day there is always someone who is keen to chat about their passion. The Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturdays, 10.30 - 5.30 pm and Sunday 11 - 4 pm. Please note we are closed on Mondays. Late night shopping is on the first Thursday of the month. Please read the reviews on Tripadvisor and take a look at the website for more information and to find out when private views and demonstration weekends are taking place.
Bay Art Gallery
The Bay Art Gallery Herne Bay, Kent gives you the opportunity to view, purchase original artwork and talk to the local and visiting artists who produced the work. The BAG is a artist run not for profit organisation and is always looking for new and interesting Kent based artists to exhibit their work at the gallery.
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Birds Birds Birds, is an extension of the shop online. Having a wonderful selection of unique investments in Bird Art, includes originals from wildlife artists and sculptures.Bird art
Cheryl Culver PS RBA
CHERYL CULVER First, a quotation from the American pastel artist, Elizabeth Mowry. In the introduction to her book The Poetic Landscape – A Contemporary Visual and Psychological Exploration, she writes: “The poetic landscape gently reminds us of the importance of tranquillity…[It] always falls just short of closure in that it presents a sense of place that evokes the viewer’s memories or yearnings based on past experiences…Ultimately, a poetic landscape transports the viewer beyond an awareness of the painted scene to a powerful sense of the place itself.” The term ‘poetic landscape painting’ comes from the idea that some artists have an emotional affinity for the land which they seek to express in their work in much the same way that poets communicate their feelings in words. There’s a strong tradition for this artistic approach in the UK, with a roll call of famous names ranging from Samuel Palmer to John Piper and Graham Sutherland. Cheryl Culver - an elected member of the Pastel Society, and recently appointed Secretary - had never thought of herself as a poetic landscape painter until the thought was drawn to her attention within the last year or so. However, the more one explores what is meant by the term, the more it fits her work. For a start, her paintings of the rolling Kent and Sussex countryside can evoke very strong emotional responses among some viewers. Recently, a woman had to turn away from a painting because her eyes were welling with tears. On an earlier occasion, a man told her that every time he looked at a particular work of hers, it affected him so strongly he wanted to burst into tears – and then did so. “If people can respond like that, or can read a picture like that, I think it is quite an achievement, really,” she says. Yet such reactions always surprise Cheryl, who insists she is not seeking to manipulate the emotions of others. Her art, she says, simply reflects a love of the natural world that she has felt since childhood. There are no people, vehicles or buildings in her paintings. If she paints a coastal scene, as she sometimes does, it is likely to be early on a February morning, when she has the beach to herself. “The times when I am at my most content are when I am away from traffic, away from people, away from the modern world,” she explains. “There is so much beauty out there in nature, and mankind just wrecks it. “People tell me that my paintings are a little nostalgic, sometimes even touched with sadness. That may be true. I sense that the world feels put upon by human activity. Equally, if we all disappeared tomorrow, the few traces of civilisation in my paintings – a country lane, or tractor marks across a field – would vanish quickly, too.” Cheryl’s objective is to capture successfully those tranquil moments she experiences away from the bustle of everyday life – first in her sketch books and later in the studio. Unusually, she works on MDF board, a support material she discovered by accident, but one that gives her the results she wants. She covers the board with an acrylic primer, before applying an underpainting in thin acrylic, which allows the brown of the board to show through. This has a unifying effect, as well as helping to set the mood of the painting. Like fellow Pastel Society member and landscape painter Norma Stephenson, she prefers to work in a square format. Cheryl builds up her paintings section by section. She never uses fixative, finding that the slightly gritty texture of the primer holds several layers of pastel without getting overloaded. If part of the painting requires reworking, she simply washes off the lower layers. She is always careful to work with a disciplined palette, starting off with a small selection of
Opening hours for exhibitions are as follows: Tuesday - Thursday 5:00 pm - 11:30 pm Friday & Saturday 11:00 am - Midnight Sundays 11:00 am to 8:00 pm Exhibitions are two months in durationArt Deco
Contact InformationWeb Site: Deco 5
15-17 Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 1DB.
Contemporary art Gallery holding regular exhibitions of original paintings & sculpture by established, awardwinning & emerging artists in the Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Francis Ilkes Gallery
Contemporary Fine Art, Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass, Jewellery, Framing and RestorationContemporary fine art
Opened in 1997 Harbour Gallery in Whitstable is easily reached from London along the M2 and is well known for the wide range of local, national and international works of art and sculpture.National and international art and sculpture
JOHN HOSKING`S ART
Open Studio all work for sale. Figurative painter and Print Maker. Recent album addition of Linocuts of Romney Marsh Churches. Has exhibited widely including Royal Academy Summer Shows and with the internationally acclaimed Stuckist Group.
Julian Lovegrove Art
I am a Broadstairs based artist specialising in landscapes and seascapes in watercolour and acrylics. Much of my work is painted on location `en plein air` and everything is for sale via my website. I also write an artists blog, Studio Stories which has many followers.
Linden Hall Studio
Fine Art Gallery exhibiting contemporary British Art including paintings, sculpture, ceramics and glass.
Free admission Optn to the public Monday - Thursday: 10am - 5pmContemporary art
Outside the Square Art Gallery
Outside the Square is an art gallery in Margate, Kent and was opened by Tracey Emin in May 2010. It is a large art gallery displaying a fantastic collection of international artists including vibrant French landscape paintings by Allison Carmichael, incredible sculptures by Brian McCann, fine art paintings by Jim Houston, expressionist paintings from Ireland by John Morris and the work of the renowned New Zealand sculpture Kerry Strongman. Outside the Square art gallery is a new gallery in Margate, Kent, paving the way for the Turner Contemporary. Outside the Square has a large, well lit space displaying the beautiful paintings, sculpture and other artwork of many renowned international artists.
Sundridge Gallery was opened over twenty years ago by art collectors Tim and Maggie Tyrer and it has since sold over 5000 paintings. The gallery`s stock mainly includes 19th and 20th Century quality watercolours and oil paintings, alongside a growing number of good quality contemporary works. The price range is generally from approximately £160.00 to £2000.00 for framed paintings and less for unframed items. A restoration service is provided. Most of the Gallery business has been generated by recommendation, and whilst it is preferable for customers to view the paintings in house, it wishes to assure website clients that we aim to have accurate photographs of our paintings with a correct description of condition and authenticity.
The Gallery @ Nice Things
Set in Ramsgate town centre, this new gallery presents bold contemporary and local paintings, photographs and textiles alongside a bright airy specialist shop promoting handmade ceramics, textiles and jewellery. Exhibitions run for a fortnight and include private views, meet the artist and other social events.
The Neville Pundole Gallery
Please see our website for full details of our productsPottery, glass, sculpture, pictures and jewellery
Contact InformationWeb Site: The Neville Pundole Gallery
39 Totine Street, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1JT.
The Pilothouse Gallery - Pet Portraits
Beautiful pet portraits from The Pilothouse Gallery by Sarah Napier-Fenning. Specialising in painting portraits of cats and dogs in pastel and pencil. The ideal gift for any animal lover.