FROM rare and collectable works by Sir Peter Blake and Banksy to the most current artists
FROM rare and collectable works by Sir Peter Blake and Banksy to the most current artists hitting today’s UK art scene, the Studio Gallery at Peppard Common’s Manor Farm is the place to visit for fine art and bespoke framing.
See the latest releases by Dean Fox, whose stunning 24 carat gold leaf hand-embellished silkscreens adorn the walls of this contemporary gallery.
Each edition has been further finished with pulled gloss varnish, and with only 10 in their editions, these beautiful pieces are not to be missed.
There is also the opportunity to obtain letters from Sir Peter Blake’s very first alphabet series, all of which are now an exceptionally rare find. The set of 26 bold and colourful silkscreen prints, one for each letter of the alphabet, were produced by the artist in 1991 and are an edition of only 95.
Alongside are highly sought-after works by JJ Adams. JJ has gripped the UK art scene and is rapidly becoming one of the nation’s most talked about and collectable artists.
Dubbed “the Next ‘Andy Warhol”, he works in new and mixed media, blurring the lines between new media, pop, fine art, digital art and photography. The Studio Gallery’s pending allocation is not one to be missed as JJ’s autumn collection is due to be revealed any day now.
And not forgetting Banksy, whose recent Dismaland has again proven his artwork is still very much in popular demand — also available at the Studio Gallery.