Bright, bold and contemporary. These are just a few of the sought after qualities of kitchen art designed to lift the cook’s abode from a place born out of necessity to a hub of excitement, experience and celebration. Kitchen art is increasing in popularity with the rise of combined kitchen dining rooms and with it,
Visit Hiroko’s Artist Page In this post we take a look at the successful Japanese artist, Hiroko Lewis. We share an exclusive interview with the artist including snapshots of Hiroko painting. We gain an insight into Hiroko’s inspiration and processes for creating beautiful Japanese art and display our top five paintings by the Japanese artist.
A varied new collection from the talented artist Allan Morgan From the rolling hills of the South Downs to the Scottish Highlands and Welsh coastline, Allan Morgan captures the beauty of the British Isles perfectly. Allan’s versatility as an artist is a testament to his many years of painting professionally. This latest collection is a
Our new still life collection by Johannes Eerdmans is beautiful in its simplicity and muted tones. The Frisian Johannes Eerdmans was born in 1950 in the Netherlands and has developed a style that is strongly reminiscent of the Romantic School. Eerdmans has been interested in drawing small scale objects since a child when he enjoyed
These beautiful paintings by Italian artists will transport you to the warmth and magic of Italy. Each artist’s unique captions of beautiful Italy range from the delicately detailed to using sand, stone and ceramic on canvas. The first of these Italian artists is Amletto Colucci whose detailed oil paintings capture the radiant light on Lake Garda and the
The time has come to release Tim Bulmer’s latest creation! Full of humour, fun facts and history this map of Petworth has been lovingly created by Tim Bulmer and is now available as a giclée print exclusive to Forest Gallery. As can be expected, the map features everything from Petworth’s first mention in the
With spring now less than a month away we have lots of new artwork to welcome the new season. Gerhard Nesvadba’s new floral pieces are so delicately painted yet bold in colour and bursting with energy. Our new collection includes three large and two small original oil paintings which can be seen here. Born in