Wednesday, 24 April 2013

b Gallery asks ......

We know how much social networking sites do for our social lives and catching up with friends ....

but have they gained you any sales or customers when you show images of your work. 

b Gallery would love to hear your opinions ?

b Gallery Team 


Tuesday, 23 April 2013

b Gallery's Sally Bassett Exhibits

 Sally shall be exhibiting some of her sea and landscape paintings with
seven other Hertfordshire artists at:-  

41-43, Lower Kings Road, 
HP4 2AB  

    Tel 01442 878300  


    Friday 26th April 6.00-9.00 p.m. 
The exhibition continues until 3rd May


Dancing Waves, Summer Day

White Boat, Yellow Buoy, Turquoise Sea

Monday, 22 April 2013

b Gallery introduces Veronique Oodian and her stunning work.


Praeter Naturam

Veronique lives and works as an Artist and Tutor in the Sheffield, South Yorkshire area. She gained her degree at Sheffield Hallam University in Fine Art Painting and Printmaking and has also recently achieved a Post Graduate Certificate in Education for the Learning and Skills sector, enabling her to continue teaching Art to adults in the community.

Veronique's specialism is Fine Art Painting and Drawing and she creates her works of art using a range of techniques, in particular oil painting. Veronique has worked with oils for some years now and feels that she can express herself using this medium most of all.

"My art is inspired by various aspects of nature, some of which are very small and may be regarded as either mundane or unimportant. I seek solace in the simplicity of a birds’ call or the Sun on my skin, which always gives me the inspiration to express myself through my work."

"My latest works are figurative pieces inspired by moods and feelings influenced by the time of day and seasonal changes. These works also include flower symbolism adding mystery and interest to the work. I am also working on a series exploring some of the extraordinary flora and fauna found locally, which never ceases to amaze me. As well as my oil painting I also enjoy drawing and have recently discovered the joys of the coloured pencil crayon! I am working on a series of works on paper exploring drawing techniques using water soluble and coloured pencil crayons."

Veronique has exhibited her work at the Great Sheffield Art Show for two years running and Art in the Gardens, both Sheffield annual events. She also had the opportunity to show her work at the London Road Gallery when it was open.

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Saturday, 20 April 2013

Important Notice for b Gallery Artists :


Re: Social networking links important information........

We would like to ask you to log into your gallery management area and check all your personal details are correct including your PayPal address. We have recently been informed that artwork had not arrived but payment had been sent to the artist via PayPal, it transpired the artist had spelt his PayPal email address wrong, luckily the buyer was able to have the funds returned and was happy to continue her sale – as you can imagine this could have been detrimental to both the artist and bgallery.

Whilst you are in your profile area please can you make sure you have entered all of your social networking sites i.e.: your own blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and any others that you have joined. If you click on ‘Recommended Links’ in your profile area you will be taken to a page where you can update your links, just click on the social media link that we have provided for you.

(If you prefer you can always email Hazel at your social networking links and we will insert these for you)

Social networking can be time consuming for artists but is important if you want to grow contact lists and get noticed. We have a team ready to work for you directing potential buyers to YOU.

Please continue to let us know about any upcoming exhibitions with dates and/or flyers, email us images of works in progress and let us raise your popularity amongst the buying community within the social networking sites.

If you have forgotten your login details or need further information please let us know.

Julie Boyle
Director of bgallery
+44 (0)1525 877020

We are committed to helping talented artists be discovered,

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Friday, 19 April 2013

N16 Collection - Ceramics Studio - Lesley McShea

Lesley has been passionate about Ceramics for as long as she can remember.

She trained in Australia, where she gained a thorough knowledge of glazes and making techniques..

Upon returning to her homeland in 1984, Ishegained a BA Honours degree in Ceramics at Middlesex University in 1992. 

Lesley has been running her present studio in Church Street Workshops, London for 14 years. She has an invaluable assistant, Moriaki Yamauchi. she runs private courses for Adults in her studio.

Visitors by prior appointment only.

Lesley has actively worked in Adult Education in London since 1985.

Her work is mainly wheel thrown, one off unique functional Stoneware.

Professional Member of Contemporary Potters Association.

Member of London Potters.

Blue Zebra bowl

Gothic Mirror with sconce

Thursday, 18 April 2013

Patrick M Higgins 'photographer' exhibiting at bGallery


Caldey Island I

Patrick is a fine art photographer working in Wales and the North West of England, creating a wide spectrum of images from the land and seascapes of West and North Wales to the urban cityscape of Merseyside and beyond.


Costa Rainbow

Patrick successfully exhibits in these areas; currently at

The Madelainartz Gallery Clayton Square, Liverpool 1

Ultracomida, Narberth, Pembrokeshire

Caffi Lechyd Da, Carmarthen

Recently at:

Domino Gallery, Upper Newington Street, Liverpool One

Read Review from Art In Liverpool at


The Queen's Hall Gallery, Narberth, Pembs.

The Bluecoat Bookshop, Chester

Gostin's Gallery, Liverpool One

Patrick accepts commissions and am currently working on a book for The Magical Mystery Tour  of Beatles Liverpool and a study of the work of Liverpool artist / sculptor Sean Rice.



Shoreline I

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Ian Morgan of bgallery shows his beautiful artwork



Mono colour church

River deben - sunset

To view and purchase Ian Morgan's work use link below :

Sunday, 14 April 2013

Darnéy Willis is showing his stunning work at


Darney began a serious interest in painting in the summer of 1967. He has been able to do some painting, and a lot of thinking about visual art concerns both formally and philosophically, and a lot of teaching visual art concerns ever since. Darney earned a Master of Fine Arts, in Painting, from the Univ. of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ar., USA, in 1983; a Master of Arts, in Digital Media from the Univ. of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ar.,USA, in 1998. He is teaching in the Art Department of NW Arkansas Community College where he started teaching in 1990. Darney lives in NW Arkansas with his wife and two of their seven children in a beautiful house, Castle Gate, that he built with the help of his older son and one of his daughters and has been a major studio project for the last 6 years. He is also building a large painting studio which is still waiting to be finished. Darney is also a five-fold ministry prophet in a local ecclesia.



Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Samantha Tebbutt's work is exhibited at Galleria"Il Collezionista" in ROME

Inspired by Nature and Ocean. Interested in promoting awareness in Marine protected Reserves through painting, writing articles and poetry. 

Also working on series of paintings about poets and artists of WW1 who fought as soldiers. I have been researching their biographies and have called the project Poppy Poets.

The paintings and poetry are featured Hubs at Hubpages.

Brigit's Brooch

Urban Herne

Tuesday, 2 April 2013

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

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