Ocean View

Announcements

 

 

  • Mel Cormack-Hicks creation of paintings in “plein air”offers her the opportunity to explore both colour and mark making using both final daubs of paint and flashes of ink. Her work has to be seen in Marine House.
  • Bob Crooks stunning new  utterly beautiful and captivating Cut Voyage Bowl in steel blue and amber shouldn’t be missed
  • Nigel Sharman‘s  paintings of landscapes, harbours, boats and still lifes are semi abstract but with a strong figurative aspect to them. His work is on sale at Marine House
  • John Hammond  has recently produced a delightful set of English countryside originals.  With his incredible talent he remains one of England’s leading acrylic artists.
  • We are thrilled to have in Steam Gallery Ruth Shelley‘s new and colourful fused and kiln formed glass inspired by her  visit to Normandy. The colours and design are stunning.
  • Karen Lainson has  delivered to Steam Gallery some of her much admired Witches, Wizards and Jethros. We only have a few!
  • Phil Creek has just delivered a selection of charming seascapes to Steam Gallery of the local area. Do follow the link to his page.
  • Amanda Popham has produced a wonderful  collection of characters from William Shakespeare’s works. These include, Anthony and Cleopatra, Bottom and Titania, Three Witches, Romeo And Juliet and Feste. Perfect for fans of Amanda’s works, lovers of Shakespeare and people looking for a gift for admirers of figurative ceramics.
  • David Cooke has just delivered some wonderful new wildlife characterful sculptures, including a Kingfisher, a Highland Cow, a Raven and Otters. All to be found in Steam Gallery.
  • New to Steam Gallery, Heidi Archer. Her work is well known for her semi rural abstract reflections of the South West coastal and rural landscapes.
  • Steam Gallery has just received four wonderful small John Piper‘s, a definite “must have”
  • ArtsHaus – We’re partnered with ArtsHaus – a platform to help you find quality, affordable art from independent galleries in the UK.