Galas Art Gallery is based in the town of Stara Zagora in Bulgaria. This young gallery first opened it's doors in February of 2013 and aims to establish itself as one of Bulgaria's leading galleries, as well as developing an international presence at events such as Cambridge City Art Fair 2013.
Galas Art Gallery will be on Stand 14 in the small hall.
Wren Gallery, based in Burford, Oxfordshire, specialises in contemporary British and Irish Art and holds four major mixed exhibitions each year to showcase the work of their gallery Artists. Their prestigious list of artists includes a number of Scotland's leading contemporary painters, such as James Harrigan from Ayrshire (see image below). They also have a strong tradition of exhibiting Cornish Art, past and present. They have handled the work of the much loved Cornish Naïve artist, Joan Gillchrest, for more than 20 years, and usually have a number of her works in stock.
Wren Gallery will be on Stand 49 in the Large Hall.
The Barker Gallery (formerly The Art Connection Eton) is one of Berkshire's leading contemporary art dealers offering a superb and constantly changing collection of quality contemporary art at sensible prices.
The Barker Gallery is designed to reflect both the established identity of the art and the personality of the Barker family with whom many of our clients have formed trusting relationships. Our style of art by Artists such as David Pearce (see image) is very contemporary but always stylish, intelligent and sophisticated. Our aim is to create an environment that is enriching and inspiring but always friendly and inviting.
The Barker Gallery will be on Stands 35 and 36 in the Large Hall.
Abbey Walk Gallery (based in Grimsby, North Lincolnshire) features an exciting and diverse rolling programme of contemporary and modern art by artists such as David Eddington, an English artist living in America (image below).
Abbey Walk will be on Stands 24 and 25 in the large hall.
We have a Pinterest account too and a pinboard specifically for Cambridge City Art Fair 2013. It contains work by Artists represented by some of the exhibitors booked at the fair, along with photos from our sponsors and of the beautiful city of Cambridge.
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Our sponsorship of the Cambridge News What's On Art section of their website (as well as the weekly art feature in the newspaper) has now gone live.
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We are very pleased to announce that Cambridge City Hotel is sponsoring Cambridge City Art Fair 2013. Nestled in the very heart of one of Britain’s most iconic and historic cities, the smart Cambridge City Hotel prides itself on its prime location. Within easy walking distance of Cambridge’s colleges and Senate House, it can also boast close proximity to the famous Imperial War museum at Duxford, as well as the visually lovely towns of Ely, St Ives and Huntingdon. The Cambridge City Hotel has a smart, contemporary feel and is run by a dedicated and highly professional staff, who pride themselves on a high level of customer service.
Byard Art (based in Cambridge, just around the corner from the Guildhall opposite King's College Chapel) boasts an innovative exhibition programme of solo and mixed shows by contemporary artists, offering a unique selection of two and three dimensional work in a friendly and welcoming environment. The gallery personnel have many years of experience in Cambridge and can understand and respond to the needs of this very special market.
Byard Art will be on Stands 27 and 28 in the large hall.
Liberty Gallery (based in Maidstone, Kent) is carving a reputation for representing artists especially selected for their diverse use of media. The work is refreshing and experimental and created by artists who have developed a creed of their own and who have been primarily chosen for their aesthetic awareness and innovative practice, such as Alexander Korzer-Robinson (image below).
Liberty Gallery will be on Stand 16 in the large hall.
We are very pleased to announce that our official media partner for Cambridge City Art Fair 2013 is Cambridge News. Serving Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, North Hertfordshire and Essex with news, sport, breaking stories, video and audio in a variety of daily, weekly and monthly publications and online publishing.
Cambridge News will be promoting Cambridge City Art Fair 2013 leading up to the event, across the whole range of their publications and online services.