Gallery 21 has revealed it's next major event, set to take place from Saturday 22nd February to Sunday 8th March.
The gallery, situated in Salisbury Guildhall's Market Square, offers a wide variety of contemporary fine art to viewers. It is the largest gallery in the South with access to a vast number of works. Alongside the gallery, it has a wonderful exhibition space which is put to good use.
Gallery 21 is now delighted to bring their top four internationally selling cityscape artists together for the very first time. The exhibition will feature the galleries favourite global landmarks and most exhibition visitors will have a personal connection with at least one collection piece.
Artists exhibiting include:
Edward Waite: Known for his vivid 3D cityscapes, Edward has painted iconic landmarks from cities around the world including Paris, New York, and of course, London. Each work perfectly captures the bright lights and constant rush of urban life, thanks to his bold, colour-filled technique, and were first inspired by ketchup bottles in a New York Diner!
Nigel Cooke: Having spent many years travelling the world as a caricature artist, Nigel started to look to translate his unique point of view into other subjects. Looking back to all the places he visited and worked, Nigel began painting cityscapes which elevated his illustrative style into fine art. His unusual, dynamic and unmistakable style creates beautifully textured scenes that have intricate, layered details.
Marc Todd: Marc’s signature style is a vivacious use of colour and subtle application of texture. Marc has developed a range of modern techniques to apply the paint with, using unique instruments such as sponges, plywood and even lego. With brushes rarely used, his stunning originals capture the fast pace of city life.
Abe: During his time working as a greeting card artist, Michael was constantly developing his techniques and ideas whilst working with all the major greeting card publishers. Success in this area meant that he was finally able to follow his dreams and become a full-time artist in 1990. Since then, Michael has worked and exhibited in New York and has designed a full range of ceramics for Wedgwood, featuring one of his teddy bear characters. Michael continues to see his fine art featured in prominent galleries and homes in the UK and around the world
Gallery opening Hours: Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm, Sundays 12 noon - 4 pm