Saturday, 30 March 2013

Phil Eames Sculpture's at bGallery


 Lily Water Feature


Teardrop Water Sculpture

Phil is a designer and creator of unique sculpture using steel and stainless steel with other materials such as glass, metals, wood etc. His work is both beautiful and functional creating a wonderful focal point to any space.

He produces a wide range of work from his own designs to commission work based on a clients ideas.

Phil's pieces are designed for private, public and corporate spaces and can be altered in size and materials, please ask for a quotation.

All of his work is made to order and will typically take 3-5 weeks to make and deliver. Notification will be given upon order.

All of his prices are inclusive of delivery anywhere in Mainland UK. For other options please ask for a quotation.

Please feel free to contact his whether it's to discuss an idea, possibilities or to order a piece. Thanks for taking a look at my gallery.

Thursday, 28 March 2013

New Website for bgallery artist Sally Bassett



Waterfall Cascade




Red Poppies in the Flax

See more of Sally's work at :

Paul John Ballard's stunning work

Born in London, 1960. After a short spell in the army, Paul studied for a City and Guilds in electrical engineering, then spent 12 years in the construction industry.

Paul was hired by Elstree Studios after showing a portfolio of his art, and progressed to painting backdrops and sets for Glyndebourne Opera and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Paul has painted murals and reproductions of Old Masters for clubs, pubs, wine bars and restaurants, but spends most of his time now on erotic commissions. He is a founder member of The Guild of Erotic Artists.

Paul John Ballard  -  b Gallery


Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Welcoming the impressive work of Natalia Avdeeva at bgallery

Winters Journey at St Pancras

"Art is jealous: it demands an artist to give all of himself"
Michelangelo Buonarroti

Born into a family of artists and architects, Natalia Avdeeva was destined to become a painter. Starting at the age of six, her apprenticeship and journey of discovery led to her present style; dramatic realism.

As a child growing up in the beautiful mountainous region of Altai, Natalia benefited from the majestic landscapes of her native land.

Excelling in art school, she dedicated herself to the pursuit of excellence, beginning to sell drawings and paintings at the age of eighteen. After graduating from art school, Natalia visited the United States, where she taught Art. For the last 6 years she has been studying and working in London. Although competent in a wide range of subjects, she has concentrated mainly on London Views and Portraiture and her classical but dramatic artwork is much appreciated by collectors.

Natalia is currently exhibiting at the Chelsea Framers Gallery on the Kings road, London and in the group exhibition ‘Still Life’ in Gallery 286 in Earls Court, London.

For more information or to enquire about commissions please contact Natalia.

First Snow in Trafalgar Square

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Luton Hoo Walled Garden

This year Luton Hoo Walled Garden plays host to its fifth Annual Art
Exhibition furthering its mission to promote this wonderful
setting as an inspirational arts centre and creative

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

b Gallery Artists - Are you aware of your Data Protection Rights ?

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It has come to our attention that some of our artists images have been placed on a new site

Anyone displaying your artwork without your permission is contravening your data protection rights. If you have not given your permission we would advise you contact the site asking where they copied your images from and request they remove them.

We feel it is our duty to inform you of any untoward activity regarding your artwork and will continue to alert you of any questionable or wrongful conduct.

It is your right to choose where your artwork is exhibited and by whom.

If you need further advice or clarification on data protection please do not hesitate to contact us.

Assuring you of our best intentions at all times.

b Gallery


Are there any artists out there who have had problems with their images being used without their consent ?  We would like to hear your stories ......

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Browse our International online art directory,

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Browse our International online art directory,

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“This service has been invaluable to me giving me so much more time to create my art.”  Artist member Geoff Hutchins

“I was commissioned to design artwork for a well- known UK pub brand outlet.  Delighted!   Artist    member Adam King!”     

Professional partnerships - Industry experts use the site to source talented artists.                                                                                                                                            “A genuine innovation, independent artists can promote and sell online.” Buckingham Fine Art publishers.. 

Sell your work commission-FREE - Lots of our Members have posted their success on the website    

“I have made more sales than I ever could have imagined. Thank you, b Gallery!” Artist Member Andrea Carter

Priority listing on the site - New technology makes it easy to influence your search ranking

I found setting up & prioritising my listing very easy and I’m computer illiterate!” Artist Member Geoff Hutchins       


Emily Autumn Goddard at

Emily trained as an illustrator at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design. She has developed her own inimitable style of acrylic painting resulting in vibrant detailed paintings sometimes with a quirky outlook. For a break from painting Emily enjoys the graphic style of pen and ink, producing images called 'Tangles' and 'Meanders'.

To see more art work or buy prints please visit her web sites.

Foxes with leaves


Badgers and Moths.jpg


Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Well done Nick Harrison Jones on selling his first piece of art at

Well done Nick Harrison Jones on selling his first piece of art at

March 5, 2013

We would like to congratulate Nick Harrison Jones on selling his first piece of art ‘The Green’ with b Gallery.

Here is to many more sales for him …..


Friday, 1 March 2013

Welcoming Nick Harrison Jones to b Gallery

My work is produced from life, on-site ( en plein air ) from rural and urban scenes. I admire the Arts and Crafts ideal of 'Truth to Materials', yet am interested in interpreting the modern landscape. Line and colour drawings and notes are recorded in my numerous 'painting sketchbooks'.

      My inspiration began with Anwar Jalal Shemza (my art teacher) and a love of a variety of artists such as Turner, John Piper, graphic designers such as Paul Rand and the Illustrator, Paul Hogarth.

       I aim to capture the atmosphere of time and the influence of the moment on a place. Architectural detail is important, yet, the spirit and energy of the creative process is just as important.  When I look at other artists' work I am always attracted to the process rather than just the 'finished' painting. In my work, I am conscious of the fact that every image is evolving yet is somehow connected, this is important. 

      I have have won several painting prizes in Herts. Hertford Art Society awarded Best Painting, John Goss Award and Best Watercolour. I have sold work to public bodies such as The National Trust and have work in private collections.

      My watercolour, After the Rain, is currently being exhibited at Bankside Gallery, London as part of the Royal Watercolour Society Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition until March 3, 2013

Sunset over St Helen's, Wheathampstead