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The Regency Gallery: Fine Art

The Regency Gallery London Launch Exhibition
15 – 21 February 2016
The Strand Gallery, 32 John Adam St, London


The Regency Gallery is delighted to be showing the work of some of the most exciting and renowned artists working in Britain today. “For centuries Britain has been at the forefront of creative endeavour and the Arts continue to flourish as one of our country’s greatest industries.  This exhibition celebrates the invention and visual creativity of some of Britain’s finest contemporary artists” said Thomas Plunkett PRWS, who has founded the Regency Gallery, together with Victoria Savvides.

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Among more than a dozen acclaimed artists that the RG will be showing at London’s fashionable Strand Gallery are the highly acclaimed watercolour painter Ronald Maddox, newly elected Royal West of England Academician Malcolm Ashman, Francis Bowyer of the famous Bowyer Artistic Dynasty. Husband and wife creative legends Jill Leman and Martin Leman whose works featuring still life and cats are highly sought after throughout the world. John Renshaw a quiet but influential artistic force hails from the creative powerhouse of North West England. Denis Ryan’s highly collectable work features sublime photo-realism and each work is a creative tour de force.

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Other names to be conjured with in the exhibition are Wendy Jacob, whose beautiful use of colour is well known. Football fans with be in for a half term treat with works by Thomas Plunkett and Mick Davies. Robin Hazlewood’s paintings seem to float and dance before your eyes in a symphony of colour and movement. James Willis, painter of architecture extraordinaire, will feature with breathtaking large scale panoramic paintings of London seen from vantage points only achievable from the London Eye or the top of The Shard.

Strong, bold colour and a bold sense of style are the hallmarks of painting by Krysia Michna-Nowak which will radiate warmth and a zest for life. The colour palette of the works of Julie D Cooper reward and delight the viewer with echoes of Cornwall and St Ives, where she has a sun filled studio. The intricate and patterned jewel like works of Meg Dutton will no doubt captivate the view in seemingly endless and enchanting world of towers and domed roofs and fascinating architecture.

If abstraction is more your thing then the paintings of John Crossley are mesmerising in their use of colour with seem to move and shimmer before your eyes.

Gabriella Shutz will also feature in the show and her highly collectable works juxtapose ideas as diverse as romanticism and consumerism.

Roger Dellar is fascinated by people and working in plein air, recording the world around through a masterful use of colour and composition.

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Mike Bernard’s paintings are virtuosic in their creation, employing layers of colour and visual meaning.

Andy Wood PRI works are beautifully representation and his paintings in both acrylic and watercolour are highly collectable throughout the world from London to Shenzhen, China many other places in between.

The work of highly acclaimed painter Richard Sorrell will be feature in the show and bring much needed colour and light and as he often says himself..”People Doing things”.

What better thing could you be doing this February than make a visit to this wonderful exhibition, just a stone’s throw from Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery?

This is the launch exhibition of the Regency Gallery which will host exhibitions and events both in London and throughout the gallery’s fine art network overseas.

For more information please contact:

Thomas Plunkett PRWS
The Regency Gallery
Tel: 07801 702640

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