We are delighted to announce that this year’s Diana Brooks Prize has been awarded to Alice Boggis Rolfe by Art for Youth’s Founder, Diana Brooks MBE. The Prize of £1,000 has been awarded annually since 1987 to an outstanding exhibiting artist aged 35 or under.
Fantastic article recently published in Tatler focusing on young ‘plein air’ painters, described as ‘the latter-day Constables that everyone’s talking about’.
“I was delighted to have been invited by Tatler to feature in Geoff Heath Taylor’s article on young contemporary Plein air painters to watch”.
Featured in Country Living. Article courtesy of Lauran Elsden & photography by Alun Callender. Catherine Forshall, a coastal artist talks about how she captures the little sea creatures in her fabulous paintings.
Capturing the ‘likeness’ of things. Article courtesy of Kate Chapman from Lincolnshire Life magazine. Jill Barthorpe describes how she gets her inspiration from the Lincolnshire Countryside surrounding her home.
Laurance was born in Paris and came to the UK as a student over 30 years ago. Her range of ceramic vessels celebrates the delicacy of the natural world; she weaves skill and imagination in a joyful ceramic tapestry of nature. Her sculptures have an element of storytelling and borrow from her love of the absurd and surrealism.
On a dreary January day we travelled North to Doncaster up the A1 to visit our lovely new young artist Andrew Farmer who we first came across at the Cambridge Art Fair. Andrew greeted us with the exciting news that he had just been elected an Associate member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters which means he can now put the letters after his name!!
We are delighted to welcome Johnny Cox to our stable of artists – he is a sculptor with a very special talent. We are sure you will love his work….which will be on show at our Christmas Art Exhibition at the Guilsborough Gallery in Northamptonshire NN6 8QW
We are delighted to be able to offer works by Michael Rothenstein and Edward Bawden, both eminent British artists from the middle of the 20th Century. They are justly recognised for the groundbreaking work they produced, before, during and in the aftermath of the 2nd World War, in the world of print-making and for the huge contribution they both made to the changing face of British art.