‘Night Rain’ monotype 21 x 25 cm (paper 26 x 30 cm).
New lower priced original works available through the artists support pledge, an idea created by artist Matthew Burrows.
“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists have found themselves without work, teaching, technical support and gallery work. Exhibitions and sales have disappeared. In an attempt to help alleviate some of this stress I have instigated the ARTIST SUPPORT PLEDGE #artistsupportpledge The concept is a simple one. Artists post images of their work, on Instigram which they are willing to sell for no more than £200 each (not including shipping). Anyone can buy the work. Every time an artist reaches £1000 of sales, they pledge to spend £200 on another artist/s work.”
#artistssupportpledge is a simple concept, you post images of your work on instagram you are willing to sell for no more than £200 each (not including shipping). Every time you reach £1000 of sales you pledge to buy another artist’s work for £200. This creates a small but dynamic market where all can contribute whatever their level of success.
This is for a limited time during these unprecedented times. Please see the studio sale page for new works and availablilty.
An annual 3 day visual art fair showcasing work to view and buy from over 60 exhibiting artists, galleries and collectives. Plus, artist led workshops, demonstrations and guest speakers. Family friendly and great atmosphere.
“With more than two decades of providing stunning original artworks of all shapes and sizes to thousands of visitors every year, Affordable Art Fair is the go-to place for experienced collectors and first-time art buyers alike. Visit us in Battersea Park this Spring, 12 – 15 March, to browse 1,000s of contemporary artworks priced between £50 and £6,000, bringing together over 100 galleries from all over the globe.”
An exhibition at The Sill, Hadrian’s Wall, a world-class visitor destination in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
7th November 2019 – 19th January 2020
Inspired By Our Land is a special gallery space to showcase artists from across the area who take their inspiration from the landscapes, plants and animals that symbolise the Northumberland National Park.
It’s a fantastic opportunity to see the heart and soul of Northumberland National Park captured in different ways, featuring photography, soft watercolours, and vibrant ceramics.
‘Inspired by Our Land’, features 9 local artists and includes original work, prints, photography, and ceramics.
Many of the artists featured in the exhibition hail from Hexham and the Hadrian’s Wall area. They include photographer Kit Saddington, printmakers Carol Nunan, Rebecca Vincent and Adele Burdon, watercolour artists David Holliday, Robert Newton and Charlotte Thompson and ceramicists Steph Jamieson and Melanie Hopwood.
‘Inspired by Our Land’ represents the unique environment, varied geography and wonderful wildlife of our National Park. It promises to be a fantastic exhibition and with such a wide selection there is undoubtedly something for everyone. See Northumberland National Park’s dark skies and far horizons like you’ve never seen them before.
This free public exhibition runs from Thursday 7th November to 19th January 2020 from 10am to 4pm.
“FOSS FINE ART are delighted to present this new collection of paintings and monotypes, ‘Inner Landscapes’, by Robert Newton. This series of works are a response to his fascination with the ever-changing landscape which surrounds him; working en plein air and in the studio he captures the essence of the weather, natural structures, and water. building up textures by applying oil paint with bold, sweeping, impasto marks using large brushes and palette knives.”
Exhibition dates are Saturday 28 September until Saturday 26 October 2019. Please contact the gallery for further information.
‘Green Fields in Winter’ oil on canvas, 60 x 70 cm
An exhibition of 40 works in watercolour and monotype.
“Robert Newton started showing his understated watercolours with us in 2018 and immediately gathered an enthusiastic following. We’re delighted to be holding his first one man show with us throughout July.”
Robert’s works reflect a continuation of a long-term project; a study of a fixed frame surrounding an evolving panorama. Travelling through the landscape, utilising public transport, especially railways and buses, Robert sketches and photographs a passing window view of the countryside.