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Where the river meets the sea (Seven Sisters)
Paula Oakley


Will bring back great memories of walks here


Two paintings by Paula Oakley
Product : Will bring back great memories of walks here

Gemma O'Brien

The Best Days
Kelly Marie Davidson


Love this piece matches what I was looking for


Great place to buy affordable art fast delivery great service
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Carron Howe



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Mike Bagshaw

Mike learned his trade with the great Lancashire artist, Harold Riley. He has a great ability to capture an "expression".

Stella Dunkley

Based on and influenced by the South Coast of England, Stella is a very accomplished artist who consistently gets great feedback from customers.

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  • Malvern Theatres Exhibition - October - November 2016

    People who like Art sometimes see a work which they want to buy, but the price-tag puts them off. After all, it’s easy, and inexpensive, to buy an open edition print from your local high-street store. But, how do you feel when the guy next door has the same work on his or her wall? Buying original artwork can be daunting and cost more than any “spur of the moment” purchase.  There are two things you should know. The artists who show their works in Malvern Theatres Exhibition space always have proven track records of multiple happy customers.
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  • How I Found my ‘Muse’ by Gill Bustamante

    I dedicate these ramblings to all those artists looking for their muse and all those art buyers who are helping artists to survive. Thank you! Gill Many artists are trying to find their inspiration, their creative influence or their USP (Unique Selling Point as marketing people call it) and it will be distinctly different from person to person. I was brought up in the London suburb of Bexleyheath and I hated it. I wanted the sea and fields and trees and I did not get this in Bexleyheath. Moving to Sussex was like finding a supermarket after 20 years starving in a desert.
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    Was Rembrandt the King of the Selfie?

    "I'm just going to take a selfie" – a sentence that is now almost unavoidable. The selfie (short for self-portrait) has become a cultural phenomenon from an entire exhibition in Shoreditch to a published book of Kim Kardashian's oeuvre. Before we give this craze a deeper look, we need to give it a bit of artistic integrity in the form of Rembrandt van Rijn: one of the greatest painters in European art history.
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    New Malvern Theatres Exhibition - August 22 - October 8th 2016

    What makes artists want to paint? From the earliest age toddlers are fascinated by making marks. It is the most natural of all childhood activities, and their interest is spurred by the rest of the extended family applauding their crude attempts at representing Mum, Dad or themselves. Everybody does art in school, but for most people, the activity stops when they leave education. But for some, it becomes a need which drives them to practice their art further.
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