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The Waterside Gallery

Located in the heart of St Ives, this gallery specialises in fine quality figurative paintings, ceramics, sculpture and studio glass.


The Little Picture Gallery

Located in the fishing village of Mousehole, this gallery exhibits a wide range of representational, naïve and idiosyncratic work.


The Market House Gallery

Located in Marazion, this gallery specialises in St Ives Post-War and Contemporary Cornish Art. One of the Country’s leading stockists of Cornish Potteries including Troika and Studio Ceramics of yesteryear.

Peter Barker Fine Art

Located in Rutland’s market town of Uppingham, the gallery is owned and run by experienced professional artist Peter Barker, providing a showcase in the East Midlands for some of Britain’s finest figurative artists.

Green & Stone

Green & Stone, supplier of specialist art materials and picture framing, first established in Chelsea in 1927.


Jackson's Art Supplies

A well-established supplier of art materials, Jackson's stock a huge range of high quality products, sourced from around the globe.


Winsor & Newton

Establish in 1832 by scientist William Winsor and artist Henry Newton, Winsor & Newton produce a buttery, vibrant oil colour made from the finest pigments.

Michael Harding

Handmade artist's oil colour, made using techniques which date back to the days of the Old Masters.

Oliver Bull

My old, soon to be defunct, website

The St Ives Society of Artists

Formed by George Fagan Bradshaw in 1927. The Society's exhibition programmes feature guest curators and a diverse range of contemporary work.


The Chelsea Art Society

Founded in 1910, The Chelsea Art Society hosts its Annual Open Art Exhibition in June

Bramely Framing

A Godalming based bespoke framing company with an outstanding level of workmanship.


The Mall Galleries

Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
The Mall Galleries is operated by the Federation of British Artists, a major visual arts charity established in 1961. The Federation (FBA) comprises eight of the UK’s leading art societies, specialising in oil, portrait, marine, wildlife, watercolour, pastel, printmaking and sculpture. Each holds their annual exhibition at Mall Galleries.