We recently had a kind email from Katherina Saunders from Ellas Kitchen Company, who commended our website for its beautiful artwork. And to say thank you I would like to mention their blog on ours! I've just checked it out and it is superb. It gives you tips on the latest decorating trends to exciting new recipes to try.
Thursday, 25 November 2010
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Trowbridge Gallery will be on a Truck Run on the Eastern Seaboard of America from the 29th of November to the 9th of December! We will be visiting South Carolina, Virginia and New York amongst others, so come and check out the online Catalogue right now at http://www.trowbridgegallery.com/TruckRun.php#
Monday, 15 November 2010
A set of eight Limited Edition jumbo-sized images of tulips taken from our best-selling collection of botanical watercolours by artist John Matthew Moore. These large framed pieces are individually numbered and signed by the artist. Matthew draws his inspiration from the work of 17th and 18th century botanical artists but his approach is wholeheartedly contemporary. To view more of Moore's tulips have a look at http://www.trowbridgegallery.com/display-set.php?SetCode=JMMJ
Designer Aviva Stanoff has collaborated with Martin Trowbridge to produce a series of unique framed textiles. Each textile is hand-dyed, etched and painted one at a time. No two are alike and each celebrates the botanicals that inspired them. Most days you can find Aviva in her waterfront loft where she has a design studio in Brooklyn or in the flower markets of the city. Below is a all new Eucalyptus Cream Triptych.
Clare Cutts' work is inspired by the words of others. She collects phrases, sayings, poems, and song, from the past and the present, from the famous and the everyday. She works from photographs she has taken and drawings she has made, turning these images into screen prints that capture, figuratively, the essence of these words. The simplicity of colour, line and form convey complex human emotions that are within the lines to which she is drawn.