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Edge Fine Art is based in the historic town of Much Wenlock, Shropshire, minutes from Wenlock Edge, the famous limestone escarpment. We specialise in original, modern British art from the 20th century.
Our collection includes a diverse range of paintings, drawings and prints by some of the leading names in modern British art, including artists such as William Gear AR (See image below), Keith Vaughan, John Hoyland and Robert Adams. So whether you are an avid collector or your interest in modern British art has only recently been awakened, whether you prefer figurative or abstract art, we are sure you will find something which captures your imagination, it may even sow the seeds of an obsession!
Whilst our stock includes original art by renowned British artists who worked during the latter half of the 20th Century, we also offer many affordable artists' prints and works by lesser known contemporary artists.
Edge Fine Art will be on Stand 10 in the Small Hall.
Oriel Fine Art has been actively showing 20th century British art since 1982. Established in the University city of Cambridge, this fine art dealership focuses on noted painters of the twentieth century including the East Anglian School, St. Ives Group, Women Artists and artist printmakers.
Stock is available to view through their website and at exhibitions and fairs.
Oriel Fine Art will be on Stand 3 in the small hall.
Genty Fine Art was founded in 2005 in France as Galerie Genty. The aim of the gallery is to champion, defend and support its stable of mid-career contemporary French and British artists chosen for their mastery of technique and integrity of vision, such as Liliane Gutierrez (see image below).
Each artist represented by Genty Fine Art is chosen for their craftsmanship, skill in the handling of materials, colour and energy — as well as the emotional response their work generates.
Genty Fine Art is based in a 15th-century house, Tyger’s Head, in the centre of Old Tonbridge. Reputedly the oldest building in the town, Tyger’s Head has been reborn as the venue for the latest contemporary art gallery in Kent. The gallery opened its doors to an invited public for the first time in September 2011 for an enlightening series of exhibitions by prominent French and British artists.
Genty Fine Art will be on Stand 12 in the Small Hall.
Small but perfectly formed – these diminutive delights will sit side-by-side at the stunning Strover Gallery this August Bank Holiday.
Ever diverse, Lynne has once again excelled herself and pulled out all the stops to curate The Little Picture Show at her Fen Ditton Gallery. As the saying goes, size doesn’t matter and these little gems are sure to pack a punch on any wall.
The Little Picture Show features some Lynne Strover Gallery favourites from Maggi Hambling, Henrietta Dubrey and Breon O’Casey to an entirely new series of paintings from Robin Welch.
The three-day show provides an opportunity for art lovers to escape the city, perhaps walking along the river to come and view the show in Fen Ditton.
Even staunch collectors will have space on their walls for these little treasures and will be sure to find a jewel among the numerous prints and paintings, such as 'Greys Over White' by Ken Barker (below). Save the date!
Situated on the South Bank between Waterloo Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge the two Skylark galleries, Skylark 1 and Skylark 2, showcase regularly changing art exhibitions from the 33 artists, such as Gill Hickman (see image below) who jointly run the galleries. Skylark 1 is situated in the lively Gabriel’s Wharf and Skylark 2 is in the prestigious Oxo Tower overlooking the River Thames.
These artist-run galleries show a wide range of contemporary art, all of which is for sale, and each day a different artist is present, sometimes artists can be found involved in creating their latest piece. The friendly, relaxed atmosphere of the Skylark galleries creates one of the most unique art exhibitions London has.
Skylark Gallery will be on Stand 20 in the Large Hall.
AceoGallery was created by Anna Perlin, a well-established and respected UK artist (see image below) who has exhibited in mixed and solo exhibitions and art fairs across the UK. Art Cards, Editions and Originals (ACEO's) are trading card sized artwork which are part of the increasingly popular and collectible Art Trading Card movement.
Having discovered the potential of ACEO's and smaller pieces in her own work, and recognising the growing need for affordable top quality artwork, Anna realised there was no UK gallery dedicated to this type of affordable art and so AceoGallery was born. The gallery was launched in 2012 bringing together a mix of hugely talented up-and-coming and professional artists.
Although ACEOs were the starting inspiration behind the gallery, paintings measuring the more widely recognised dimensions of 6”x4” – the standard photograph size – make up the bulk of artwork aceogallery offers.
AceoGallery will be on Stand 30 in the Large Hall.
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Lynne founded the Strover Gallery 21 years ago and soon gained a national reputation as a leading provincial gallery dealing in contemporary art and her exhibitions are noted as an essential component in Cambridges’ Art and Culture Diary. Her innate ability to discover and bring together the best of contemporary British art has ensured the gallery’s continuing success, all work is carefully selected, reflecting Lynne’s impeccable taste and eye for quality.
The Gallery forms part of a 19 century National School which was converted into a house and showroom in the 1970’s. It sits in the centre of the picturesque historic village high street between the popular Ancient Shepherds public house and the Church of St Mary the Virgin, first recorded in 1217.Alterations to the building in the 1990’s created light and airy spaces ideal for showing contemporary paintings and sculpture in an intimate domestic setting.
Lynne Strover Gallery will be on Stand 9 in the small hall.
Cambridge City Art Fair 2013 will be advertised on the Cambridge Park & Ride network. Commuters & shoppers make almost 4 million journeys each year on Cambridge’s Park & Ride routes, averaging nearly 11,000 journeys a day. All 20 buses in the Cambridge Park & Ride fleet have been equipped with two 19-inch screens- one upstairs and one downstairs. The screens are in highly prominent positions giving the opportunity of a captive audience throughout every journey. CCAF13 will be advertised on all 40 screens throughout October.
Camburn Fine Art, based in the Loire region of France, promotes the work of the established British Artist Alan Halliday (see image below) and the respected French ceramicist Francois Peyrat. The gallery organises exhibition in London and in France, as well as attending selected art fairs and events.
Camburn Fine Art will be on Stands 33 and 34 in the Large Hall.
We have organised a pre-event promotional party for Cambridge City Art Fair 2013 at the wonderful Hotel Du Vin in Trumpington Street, Cambridge. The party takes place on Tuesday 17th September from 6.30 to 9.30pm in the Library at the hotel. Louise Cummings, Editor of Style Magazine will be attending, as will some of our exhibitors, artists, our sponsors & partners, the Mayor of Cambridge, certain business leaders from the area and other VIP's and prolific networkers.
My Life in Art, based in London, launched in 2005 as an exhibition space for new graduates to show alongside more established names, such as Sir Peter Blake (see image). Since then the gallery has evolved to embrace a programme of curatorial projects, pop-up exhibitions and art fairs.
Along the way we’ve built a reputation as a dealership, consistently offering the right advice to our clients and placing work in key private and corporate collections throughout the world. We can take care of every aspect of the art buying process, from sourcing a particular artist or title right through to delivery and installation.
My Life In Art will be on Stand 8 in the Small Hall.