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During 2013 – We will be exhibiting at a series of major contemporary art fairs across the UK. For further details, please check the art fairs page of this website.
16th April 2013 – ginny gray gallery will be exhibiting at Reading Contemporary Art Fair during the last weekend of April with a strong roster of artists including Peter Kotka, Christopher Townsend and Fleur Burton.
18th April 2012 - Chelsea Art Fair, 19th-22nd April. We will be showing paintings by Ian Moore as well as Peter Kotka, Fleur Burton, Janet Rogers and Sue Moffitt, plus sculpture by Christopher Townsend.
22-25th March 2012 – It was a pleasure to exhibit at the inaugural Glasgow Art Show. Lovely to see familiar faces from Edinburgh, and plenty of new ones.
18-20th November 2011 – We exhibited at Edinburgh Art Fair for the second year in a row. Many thanks to our customers, the event organisers Arte in Europa and everyone else connected with the Fair for making this such a successful and enjoyable art occasion.
30th October 2011 – Thank you to everyone enjoying our tweets about art and other subjects. We now have almost 400 followers on Twitter and the number is growing steadily. If you don't yet follow us but would like to, our Twitter name is @ginnygrayart
24th September 2011 – Our Sally Trueman exhibition Bodies of Water opened with a Private View. The artist was on hand at ginny gray gallery to provide a fascinating insight into her work, talking about her career, inspiration and techniques, right down to the way she captures the reflections of water, the special French art paper she uses and the blue pastels she makes herself to ensure she gets precisely the right shades of colour.
7th September 2011 – Not to be missed: A magnificent series of incredibly textured new landscapes by Janet Rogers. Mountains, trees and fields in gorgeous colours, featuring either gold or silver leaf.
12th August 2011 – We're delighted to be able to offer four new paintings by Sue Moffitt: Blaze, Temptress, Rose-Lou and Mariette.
21st July 2011 – ginny gray gallery now represents still life artist Peter Kotka, whose fine wine paintings have a large following on both sides of the Atlantic.
10th July 2011 – We have sold out of Sue Moffitt's captivating original oil paintings of cows. This is a wonderful and richly deserved achievement for Sue, whose work is popular in the UK and internationally. Anyone seeking a Sue Moffitt original, please keep in touch as we are expecting new work from Sue shortly.
28th June 2011 – Fresh in we have a wonderful selection of almost 50 different prints by artist Jane Peart. We have admired Jane's work for a while and we are very happy to have such a wide variety of her exquisite art on display.
22nd June 2011 – Mychael Barratt has been commissioned to create a major piece of public art. He will soon begin work on a huge 8m x 10m mural on the side of a building in Mile End Road, Whitechapel, which has been dubbed 'High Street 2012' in honour of the forthcoming London Olympics. Mychael's prints are available from ginny gray gallery.
15th June 2011 – The University of Buckingham is launching new two-year BA Honours Degree programmes in Art History and Heritage Management, and Art History with a Minor Subject with September and January starts in Florence and Buckingham. For more information contact the admissions tutor firstname.lastname@example.org
10th June 2011 – Congratulations to sculptor Adam Binder who has won the David Shepherd Foundation Wildlife Artist of the Year Sculpture Category, for the second year in a row. Adam's miniature bronzes and netsuke pieces are available from ginny gray gallery.
16th May 2011 – Deserved recognition for artist Sue Moffitt with a four-page feature on her magnificent cow paintings in Art of England magazine. We currently have two Sue Moffitt originals at the gallery.
12th May 2011 – Our twitter following is growing and we have upped our tweeting. Follow us on twitter @ginnygrayart for updates, musings on art and interesting retweets. Thanks to art publisher Thames and Hudson for the prize in its twitter competition. It's always nice to win something!
23rd April 2011 – Exhibition of original paintings by Theo Booth opens with a St George's Day with a Mediterranean twist Private View. Click here to download a PDF about this popular and accomplished artist.
18th February 2011 – New framed prints by urban artist Tom Lewis of Junior Apprentice fame - quirky, collectible Japanese-influenced fun.
4th December 2010 – Opening of the The Scottish Seascapes of Pam Carter exhibition. An unprecedented chance for the region to enjoy a series of original oil paintings by one of Scotland's foremost contemporary artists. Download the press release here.
29th November 2010 – Following on from the success of the exhibition For the Love of Vinyl - The Album Art of StormStudios and Hipgnosis, we are pleased to announce that we are continuing to work with world-renowned graphic design artist Storm Thorgerson.
11th September 2010 – Congratulations to Mirren Kessling, who was crowned ginny gray gallery Art Idol 2010 on Saturday night. Mirren's work is currently on sale in the gallery.
20th May 2010 – The seaside is vividly on our minds thanks to new work from popular painter Paul Bursnall.
featured artist - Janet Rogers
Janet Rogers' beautiful mixed media landscapes are heavily textured and feature either gold or silver leaf. Applying the same techniques as Samuel Palmer used in the early 19th century, Janet mixes gum arabic with watercolour, painting it on in layers and then varnishing. This unique three-dimensional effect captures the English countryside perfectly. Janet is a very popular artist whose work is in demand in the UK and abroad.
featured artist - Sue Moffitt
Sue Moffitt is famous for her characterful portraits of cows, which are both quirky and technically accomplished. Her style has been widely imitated, but seldom matched. Coming from a family that has farmed for generations – her grandfather established the famous Hunday Herd of Holstein Friesians, while her father John received a CBE for services to agriculture – Sue’s innate bond with cattle is clearly evident in her work. Her paintings are statement pieces, full of vividness and vitality, but what sets them apart from the work of lesser ‘cow painters’ is their emotional depth. Given its broad appeal, there is strong demand for her work.
featured artist - Peter Kotka
Peter Kotka is internationally renowned for his Still Life oil paintings of fruit, fine wines and other subjects. In his work he blends contemporary and traditional styles, colours and techniques to give his paintings individuality, detail and atmosphere. Although UK based, he has exhibited frequently in the US where his work is popular.