Friday, 31 May 2013

Clare Lloyd

Caroline Richardson

Barbara Jackson

Ann Richmond

Angela Cater at

Andrew Cottrell

Ana Stromberg

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Auriol Luckhurst shows her exceptional talent on

Country Dining.
Auriol is a self- taught artist with the support of books, DVD’s and experience. She has developed a passion for colour and detail, beginning with watercolours, which she believes will always be her first love, but she wanted to try other mediums as well. So far, she has come to enjoy doing pen and wash drawings and currently she is experimenting with acrylics which have the wide scope she needs to satisfy her curiosity search for challenge. Auriol senses there will be no ending to the experience. The subjects that she focuses on, mainly range from landscapes and waterscapes to buildings within busy scenes and classic cars. She concentrates on colour, tone and most of all interest in the form of surprise or curiosity.
Deer Grazing.
Harbour Gazing.
Leeds Castle in Winter.

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Ruta Brown shows her stunning jewellery at b Gallery

Flipped pearl ring.

Ruta makes individually fabricated heat-textured jewellery by directly manipulating precious metals using hand tools and heat.
Forged, folded, sterling silver forms are torch reticulated in exploration of the structural possibilities of the metal. Internal changes produce surface movement, finished pieces are sometimes combined with high carat golds to emphasize contrast and texture.

Flowerspike ring.

Raw citrine ring.

Sunday, 12 May 2013

Elizabeth Williams beautiful work at b Gallery

Elizabeth paints in oils and is largely self taught, although she is able to draw from her many years experience and her qualifications in the the Interior Design field. Detailed 'visualizations' were provided for clients, which were often requested to be kept by them! 
She particularly loves to paint the sea having always lived near it and too, the country side in all seasons, but especially winter. She holds an 'open studio' weekend in Chiswick London, every year with an ' private view' invitation to see her new work. 
Principle Exhibitions
Nov. 2012 Windsor Contemporary Art Fair Windsor.
June 2012 Landmark Centre Teddington Middlesex.
Dec 2011 Polish Centre Hammersmith London W6
July 2007 Gallerie Icon Skope Maccedonia
Sept 2005 Casa del Cultura Alicante Spain
Oct. 2004 SW1 Gallery London SW1
Selected to join the Shashoua Foundation of Contemporary Artists. This private collection was last exhibited in Cork Street London in 2011 and has previously been shown and will continue to be shown worldwide.
Oil painting 'Wandering Albatrosses' was shortlisted for the Royal Society of Marine Artists Exhibition 2012 in the Mall Galleries Pall Mall London.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

b Gallery Artist David Carter

David has been a professional photographer for the last 7 years, simply put: he just loves taking photos!
It began the moment he saw the first developed photograph that he took as a child back in the early '80s and has grown steadily since, after graduating in Media Production and Film Photography for many years he operated a 24-camera rig at Europe's most advanced motion capture studio, as affordable digital imaging came of age, David decided that his passion for photography should turn into his career.
He loves being a photographer for weddings and other events, with so much varied choice it's an honour to be asked to share such special occasions and take the pictures that accompany the memories.
Being a wedding photographer is a great way for him to combine many of his favourite things: people, places, technology and creativity.
David lives in the countryside of Central Bedfordshire in between Luton, Milton Keynes and Bedford, ideally placed for wedding photography around here as within an hour he can be all over Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and into London too, but he is not limited to these areas and if you're planning on getting married abroad,
he enjoys travel too.
Your wedding day images will be in a mix of contemporary reportage style combined with more traditional wedding shots to give a complete record of the day, take a look at the weddings page for my wedding day photography packages.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

b Gallery shows the unique work of Kasia


I am a painter of colours and strange sometimes surreal stories from my own imagination and my dreams.
My work is extremely varied from 2 dimentional realistic portraits, modern figurative, through surreal, fantastic, semi-abstract, abstract, installation, 3D printed sculptures, video-art till animation.
To practice art is like practising Zen. You must live intuitively and honestly, wholeheartedly and without reservations. And I see my duty as an artist as it was first expressed by Schumann: “To send light into the darkness of men's hearts".
I have painted my whole life and that is no exaggeration. I did my first mural painting at the age of 4. When I was 15 years old I sold my first abstract painting.
I was born in Poland in the very intriguing, multicultural but in some respects ugly city of Lódz. However I left it after becoming Master of Arts at the University of Lódz.
I studied art formally from the age of 12 till 19 at private art schools and ateliers.
Most of my paintings have been sold to private collectors from around the world, approximately 149 works in total to 79 collectors, two art galleries and the Museum of Fine Art in USA.
I just love to try and learn new techniques and to experiment with new media. 

Return of Peter Pan.

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Welcoming June Gordon to b Gallery

Days End, Dorset.

June Gordon," l love painting and my work is bold and colourful,
l work mostly in oils on canvas with a pallet knife this gives you a very
free impasso style, l also do abstracts in Acrylic with a bit of a twist which
l call liquid art, because it till looks wet when its dry, so why buy what
every body else has on there walls, when you can have an original and a
talking point when you have friends around, all my work comes with a
certificate of authenticity and l do not do copies, so you will never go to
your friends house and see the same painting."
10% of all my sales go to Cancer Research.

Evening stroll.
Secret Garden.
The Coffee Cup.

Monday, 6 May 2013

b Gallery introduces Veronique Oodian and her stunning work.

First Light.

Praeter Naturam.


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.

Sunday, 5 May 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

Thursday, 2 May 2013

Congratulations to Sandra Wall-Armitage as President of SBA Sandra is an established artist with b Gallery and we would like to send our congratulations to her on a well deserved post as President of Society of Botanical Artists.