Alison Johnson – New Studio Editions

Alison Johnson – New Studio Editions

If you are looking to bring atmosphere to a room Alison Johnson’s work has it in abundance. Created using the painterly techniques of the old masters, her modern seascapes and landscapes evoke a sense of mystery and wonderment, yet sit seamlessly in either contemporary or traditional interiors.  

Available in this collection are originals and beautifully presented, hand embellished limited editions to suit different budgets. The quality of the limited editions is outstanding and really has to be seen to be appreciated.

You can view the collection via the link below and in the gallery but not all of the pieces have arrived yet, so please check with us if you are interested in a specific piece.

We hope you enjoy this fabulous collection of work.

Alison Johnson

Following the overwhelming success of her debut collection of Studio Editions, we are delighted to announce the release of a new series of work by Alison.

Her atmospheric oil paintings are vibrant and seductive, and her craft is driven by a desire to encapsulate the atmosphere and emotion of a place. Her work has been likened to the great masters of our time and the Turneresque undertones are very apparent.

Since studying art Alison has exhibited across the UK. Her work has also reached international scale with work hanging in Italy, America, France, and the Middle East.  She has completed various commissions with clients such as the Prince of Saudi Arabia and The Waldorf Hotel

To find out about commissioning a piece by Alison call or email the gallery in the first instance.

View at Home

 

Don’t forget, if you see something you like, you can view any of our pieces in your own home – to be absolutely sure you’ve made the right choice.  If you need our advice in choosing a piece for a particular space just get in touch, we’re happy to give as much help as needed.

Jennifer Hogwood and Emma Gibbons

Jennifer Hogwood and Emma Gibbons

Dawn French and Zoe Ball are amongst the collectors of work by Emma Gibbons so we are super excited to now have her work in the gallery. Emma’s curious and colourful three dimensional work is  hugely popular and a real talking point.

 We’ve also taken delivery of a fabulous new collection of originals and limited editions by the incredibly talented and collectable Jennifer Hogwood, whose charming style is sure to bring a smile.

Don’t forget we offer a try it at home service and a monthly payment scheme on most of our pieces, and for those needing a more consultative approach and help with buying a piece of art, we have now started our home visits again. We’re here to help so do just ask.

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Jennifer’s work makes a beautiful and uplifting centerpiece for any interior and provides an engaging talking point in your home.

“LOVE BLOSSOMS”

“Mc MOO’S GARDEN FRIENDS”

Emma Gibbons

“Addiction No 5”

Having followed Emma Gibbons’ ever growing career for some years now, we’re super excited to now have her work in the gallery.  Emma creates painstaking artworks out of miniature hand-crafted components; often involving curious, precious and occasionally controversial materials that are not always as they first seem. These really have to be seen to be appreciated so do pop in and take a look.

Multi – Original

Gold – Original

Pink – original 

Emma has been widely exhibited at International Art Fairs including Scope LA, Art Central Hong Kong and Affordable Art Fairs in London, NYC & Amsterdam.

She has exhibited at London’s Institute of Contemporary Art and had artwork published in Time Out Magazine and The Guardian Gift Guide.

The Connor Brothers

The Connor Brothers

We have some very exciting news!  FIZZ has been chosen as one of just a handful of independent galleries to work with the amazing Connor Brothers, one of the world’s most intriguing and inventive artistic partnerships. Their dazzling blend of pulp fiction, high culture and ironic wit has made the Connor Brothers two of the biggest stars of contemporary art.

Today we are proud to release their fabulous new collection of limited edition prints, beautifully presented with silkscreen finish, float mounted and framed in a solid wood, aged oak frame. 

On show in the gallery from 11am Saturday 19th June.

This is an amazing opportunity to invest in The Connor Brothers Collectible Editions.  Availability is changing by the minute and we expect a quick sell out. So, please register interest or place your order asap.

For more information, email sandy@fizzgallery.co.uk or call Sandy on 01275 341 141 

VIDEO: Introducing the Connor Brothers

The Connor Brothers have been widely featured in the media; there have been sell-out shows at galleries all over the world, and their work has been shown at such diverse setting as the V&A, the Penguin Collection and Banksy’s Dismaland. At Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Online Auction in May 2021 The Bestest and Most Expensivist Painting in the History of Art which they executed in 2020 sold for over £44,000, which was 300% more than the estimate.

Discover Barry Hilton, Simon Kenny and John Waterhouse

Discover Barry Hilton, Simon Kenny and John Waterhouse

Bank Holiday is here, the sun is out, the shops are open and some sort of normality is finally returning. We are open tomorrow (Saturday) from 10am and the gallery is full of fabulous new art for your walls and beautiful gifts for your home or loved ones.  And this Sunday sees the long awaited return of the fantastic Clevedon Sunday Market which we are really looking forward to. So there’s plenty of reasons to visit Hill Road over the weekend.

In the meantime we present an amazing new collection of work featuring  Barry Hilton, Simon Kenny and John Waterhouse. so if you’ve got a blank wall or need to replace something you’ve grown tired of – we hope you’ll be inspired.

Have a fabulous bank holiday weekend and we hope to see you soon.

Celebrating a Landmark Birthday

80 YEARS

Barry Hilton celebrates his 80th birthday with the release of two beautiful pieces. Peaceful, spacious and open they provide us with a place to pause, to draw breath, and to relax into a moment of quiet. 

Simon Kenny’s dazzling abstracts take us on a deeply personal journey into another world and included in his latest collection are brand new originals and two stunning new limited editions.  

THE GREAT ENCHANTMENT

Canvas on Board , Artwork size: 36” Diameter

CONJURING HEAVENS

Box Canvas, Artwork size: 54 x 28” 

VIDEO: Studio Stories with Simon Kenny

John Waterhouse perfectly captures the essence of spring in his latest collection, encompassing a serene sense of renewal and revival with these five stunning new pieces.

John invites you to reawaken your senses as you take a stroll into his world; breathe in the scent of freshly cut grass as you listen to the river flowing by, feel the sun on your face and drink in the beauty of the season as you watch it all begin again.

Take a look at the video highlighting his latest collection.

A NEW DAY DAWNS

TAKING SOME TIME FOR US

OUR TIME TOGETHER

“A solitary walk in the countryside is the perfect way to allow your thoughts to settle and once that has happened you just need to find the right stopping point. Something – a distant steeple, a figure in the mist, a particularly beautiful tree – will always halt me in my tracks and the next composition will begin to take place in my mind.” JW

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Don’t forget you can pay monthly  through our approved scheme*.

Art, jewellery, sculpture, glass and more can be purchased through this scheme – it’s easy to apply and interest free.

Like to buy something – just get in touch.

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In the Spotlight – Sherree Valentine Daines

In the Spotlight – Sherree Valentine Daines

Her Majesty The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, Lord Sebastian Coe and Dame Vera Lynne are amongst those who have sat for Sheree Valentine Daines, one of the UK’s foremost figurative artists. So as you can imagine, we are very excited to introduce her to you and give you an insight into her world.

Here we take a look at her work and find out more about her personality and family life in an exclusive HELLO! Magazine interview. We also reveal her latest collection of work that has just arrived with us.

We hope you enjoy this insight into Sherree Valentine Daines.  Keep an eye out for more news and updates from us  – we’ve got some fabulous things to share with you soon.

Sociable, chatty and quick to laugh Sherree lives in Surrey with her husband and fellow artist Jonathan Rowbotham, in a 17th Century house which is as warm and welcoming as the artist herself.  Her sanctuary is her wonderfully messy studio filled with canvases, brushes, pallets, pots of paint, and an infectious energy.  Here she creates up to 30 oil paintings a year, some of which sell for tens of thousands of pounds.

“In theory I paint from 10am to 10pm. I also spend a lot of time in the fridge”  

In her new collection of limited editions,  Sherree takes us to the ballet where her painterly, impressionistic style matched with such beguiling subject matter renders each individual image timeless. Sherree’s penchant for concentrating on the light and shading within a scene took her down the route of impressionism, and the influence of artists such as Renoir and Degas can be seen not only in her style but in their shared subject matter. 

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“Pretty as a Picture” £395

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Pretty in Pink £395

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Tranquil Beauty £395 

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The Pink Slipper £395

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Kay Davenport

Kay Davenport

Kay Davenport is oil artist specialising in flowers. Nature and wildlife have always been the inspiration behind Kay’s work.

Through the eyes of Kay Davenport, a windblown bloom which has lost half of its petals are as valid as a perfectly formed bud, and in her oil paintings, we see why.

Kay has been painting professionally for over 20 years. She remembers the defining moment in her career as being taken to an exhibition of work by wildlife artist David Shepherd.

She recalls: “One of the paintings contained a bramble bush covered in frost. I remember standing and staring at all the many colours he had used to create the frost – I was fascinated by the blues, greys and purples combining to produce that beautiful image and it was at this precise moment that I decided I wanted to become a professional artist.”

Kay has lived for some years in Cyprus but was drawn back by her longing for the flowers and wildlife of the English countryside and is now based in rural Cheshire. She describes herself as having a rather dreamy, happy nature and she describes her work as the personalisation of how she sees nature. Laid against an acrylic background, Kay creates the foreground of her paintings in oils as she loves their versatility and their quality of allowing the perfect blend of colour and texture. She often embellishes a piece with gold or silver leaf to highlight specific details such as the wings of a bee or the petal of a flower. The result is a boldness in her work that is cleverly juxtaposed with an intense delicacy and serenity.

During the summer months, Kay leaves home at dawn in order to catch the flowers as they are opening, laden with dew, and often spotting bees which are still dormant on a bloom, giving her ample time to capture a series of close-up images on which to base her paintings. She photographs her floral subjects at every stage of their life cycle. To her eyes, a windblown bloom which has lost half of its petals is as valid as a perfectly formed bud, in that it has its own natural beauty and charm.