Spring is an exciting time of year at Treeby & Bolton, with a brilliant and bright collection of contemporary art spanning the entire artistic spectrum. Packed with vibrant colours and bold brushstrokes, you’re sure to find something to brighten up your home. New collections from much-loved UK artists line the walls in the gallery, including fantastic new releases from World Of Impossimals artist Peter Smith which have gone down a storm. Peter’s Let The Party Be Gin has been especially popular amongst gin-thusiasts.
Let The Party Be Gin by Peter Smith
We are delighted to showcase work from some exciting new artists, including Brighton-based Joe Ramm, who creates whimsically narrative pieces, featuring landscapes and characters who will intrigue you and draw you in. Aaminah Snowdon’s lively and spontaneous brushstrokes with bold, vibrant colours is also on show. Don’t miss new artist Paul Dolman who creates wonderfully atmospheric and vivid landscapes full of life and drama.
Bee Mine? by Aaminah Snowdon
Sam Toft has been a mainstay of Treeby & Bolton as one of our most popular artists displayed, and her new work for spring is no exception. The quirky Big Dog Bed, Smells Like Summer and Watching The Cats Go By have to be seen to be believed.
Danny Abrahams is another much-loved regular artist. The gallery’s biggest-ever exhibition of his work in February featured more than 20 beautiful new originals including Lake District – inspired pieces created specially for the gallery. A brand new collection of six limited-edition prints for the summer now take pride of place.
A Romantic Walk Through The Bluebells by Danny Abrahams
For art aficionados who want to learn more about the work on display, our live events always appeal. Danny Abrahams treated collectors to a special appearance this spring, talking about his ideas and inspirations whilst signing and dedicating his work. Coming up, Clare Wright (whose unique and eclectic style continue to wow customers) will be appearing on 30th June to showcase her latest collection, filled with showstoppers.