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Gathering Winter fuel
Susan Shaw


Beautiful painting, which looks lovely in our sitting room...very pleased.


Very pleased with the picture purchased. Delivery slow, but was eventually sorted out in a very ... read more

Scarlet Dancer
Kasia Kaldowski


As soon as I saw this piece, Scarlet Dancer, I just knew I had to have it and when it arrived I ... read more


I recently purchased my second work of art (which I absolutely adore) and the staff I spoke to, ... read more
Hatice Muratt

Escaping Reality
Irina Rumyantseva


Absolutely love this painting and all of the gorgeous detail


Great customer service, very friendly prompt and helpful. I took out finance and this was really ... read more
Leanne Prior

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  • Malvern Theatres - Spring Exhibition 20 February - 1 April 2017

    We try to make the selection of artists we invite to Malvern Theatres a mixture who have never shown in Malvern before as well as some who are firm favourites. The three in the current show are all new. Martin Ball is a self-taught artist from the Bristol area with a background in graffiti art and illustration. His work is built from his love of colours, energy and emotion.  He aims to create works which add a real visual impact to any room. Like artists for generations before him, he has chosen currently, to concentrate largely on one style.
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  • Why Do We Draw Hearts In The Famous Shape?

    Kaleidoscope Butterfly Heart Picture by Sara Lawson The heart shape is a world-recognised symbol of love, romance and conversely sacrifice.  It can be seen everywhere – it's even on our emoji keyboards in multiple colours, and being trademarked by footballers. Although the heart shape bears little resemblance to the anatomical shape of the heart, it has been used and accepted as the recognised shape since the late Middle Ages and depicted this way in art history.
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    Winter Exhibition at Malvern Theatres - 9 Jan - 18 Feb 2017

    All artists draw inspiration from the world about them. In some cases the starting point is nature itself, in others it is humanity, while for yet others, the world of fantasy takes over. But in every case, art without reference to elements which are recognizable cannot engage the viewer. And, it is the capacity to engage which separates the noteworthy from the merely mundane. Art should not be for decoration but for far more. Living with a good work of art involves a daily conversation.
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    Capturing The Beauty Of The Rain In Art

    Paris Street; Rainy Day by Gustave CaillebotteFrom 'Purple Rain' to impressionism, this month we take a look at how art celebrates the beauty of some classic British weather. January isn't exactly famous for its sunny skies, so what better time to throw a positive and artistic light on our winter elements? The impressionist painters of the 19th century were also known for celebrating wet weather in their art. A large part of impressionism is about capturing the ever-changing light and atmosphere in a painting. For example, Renoir's beautiful sunny afternoon pieces and Claude Monet's dreamy botanical landscapes.
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