When the Red Sun Sets by Rob Van Hoek
Dying Gladiator Reprise (43) by Pierre Williams
Malvern Hills 64 by Chris Howells
Tidal Line II by Maggie Jones
Waterloo Screens by Doug Eaton
Spring Garden by Sally Stafford
Whiteleaved Oak by Paul Powis
Give by Beth Richardson
How do you describe your Gallery?:
A contemporary art gallery that provides a showcase for artistic talent by local, national and international artists.
Do you specialise in any particular artform or craft?:
The gallery exhibits a range of styles of painting and sculpture from abstract through to still life; with an emphasis on statement pieces in oil and acrylic.
What's important to you when you choose whose work to exhibit and sell?:
The Greenstage Gallery opened in 2005 and focuses on the sale of original, contemporary art. It is run by founder Will Pudge, together with his wife Sophie, and the work exhibited is greatly influenced by his love of originality and colour.
What's coming up this year?:
See our website www.greenstagegallery.co.uk for full details of upcoming shows and fairs (and/or subscribe to our mailing list - details on our website).
Who are the Artists you show on a regular basis:
Beth Richardson, Pierre Williams, Peter Sharman, Paul Powis, Sara Mead, Doug Eaton, Stella Hidden, Sally Stafford, Pete Bryden, Pia Dowse, Maggie Jones, Matt Clarke, Juli-Anne Coward, Peter Kotka, Phil Hayes, Alison Fisher, Sara Hayward, Jo Lucas, Chris Howells, Brian Denington, Pip Walters, Plum Neasmith, Jane Eccles, Claire Griffiths, Rob van Hoek, Tony Purser, Mary Edwards, Kathryn Sassall, Christopher Rainham, Katie Brent, Julie Cross, Gohar Goddard, Sara Huxley, Monica Cuellar and Keith Fenton.