Art Fairs and Exhibitions
20-31 January 2021
London Art Fair, ART 2021
The 2021 London Art Fair is a virtual event and the Gallery is promoting new work by
Gareth Edwards, John Hainsworth, Alison Lambert, David Mach RA,
Siobhan McDonald, Chris Orr RA, Gro Thorsen and Tomas Watson.
All the work is available and delivery can easily be arranged.
To view the Art Fair and further details and events please visit londonartfair.co.uk
02/24 December 2020
Christmas Special - Online Exhibition
Paintings, drawings, monoprints and prints.
Ideal for Christmas presents.
The Gallery will ship any purchase free within the UK to arrive in time for Christmas -
- but please confirm any purchase by 21st December 2020.
The exhibition will include work by:
David Mach, RA
Chris Orr, RA
We need Art to enlighten and brighten our days within these uncertain times.
For further information and images, please email email@example.com
Mark Firth’s rescheduled solo exhibition, ‘Ten Cubes for Sheffield’ and related works
at Graves City Art Gallery, Museums of Sheffield, Surrey Street, Sheffield S1 2LH
will open on 1 April 2021.
Art Toronto 2020
28 October - 08 November 2020
Like so many events this year, Art Toronto has gone virtual.
Images of new work for the Fair are on the Art Fair page
or click on the moving banner on the home page.
For further details of the Fair and events please visit
Alison Lambert has produced three new monotypes especially for the Toronto Art Fair, ‘Concordia’, ‘Diana’ and ‘Tysus’
.These can be viewed on the Art Toronto page, under Art Fairs.
Gareth Edwards’ recent exhibition, ‘Fallen from Heaven’ was successful despite these uncertain times.
There are two new
paintings for Art Toronto, ‘Lake Geneva, Summer 1816’
and the smaller one, ‘Falling Light, Cap d’Antibes’.
Tomas Watson has spent the Summer on the island of Lesbos, Greece and he has been captivated by the landscape and the light. All the new landscape paintings have been painted ‘en plein air’.
And the Gallery is delighted to announce the arrival of three new paintings by Siobhan McDonald continuing the series of work,
‘The Trees are Whispering’.