Here at Obsidian we change our exhibitions every 4-6 weeks to keep things as fresh and interesting as possible. We show a huge range of styles of painting & drawing and different mediums by selected British Artists.

Below is a taster of some of the artists we regularly show here. If there is a particular piece or artist that you're interested in, please contact us and we'll be be delighted to let you know what we currently have available at the gallery, or we can arrange to get work in for you to view.

Fox Nest

Magical Etchings, Monoprints, Ink & Watercolour Inspired by Nature

We love Flora McLachlan's magical images. We always have some of her unframed work at the gallery, and regularly exhibit framed work as well. A selection of Flora McLachlan's work is available to purchase on our Online Shop - click HERE to see what's currently available.

Click here for more images and for more about Flora McLachlan....

Damian Hirst's Dog

Quirky, Clever Etchings & Aquatints Inspired by The Arts

Mychael Barratt was born in Toronto, Canada where he studied Fine Art before moving to London in 1984 and attending Central School, St Martins from 1989 to 1990. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter/Printmakers (RE) in 2002.

Mychael Barratt is a narrative artist who illustrates incidents from everday life, fairy tale and Shakespeare. His irreverant sense of humour runs through all of his prints and paintings.

A selection of Mychael's work is available to purchase on our Online Shop - click HERE to see what's currently available.

We will be hosting a Solo Show by Mychael Barratt from 16 August - 22 September 2013 - see MORE HERE.

Young Wheat at Towersey
David Beattie

Etchings Inspired by the Countryside

David Beattie is a professional artist and etcher with over twenty five years behind him. He works mainly using the acid etching process in which has developed an international reputation for his skill and attention to detail.

Ian MacCulloch

Etchings Inspired by the Countryside

Since studying at Northampton School of Art, Ian has worked as a teacher, freelance designer, finished artist/illustrator and computer printmaker. In recent years etching has come to be Ian's primary vehicle of expression.
Many of his etching utilise traditional techniques and processes, but a large part of his work remains experimental. The computer has stimulated explosive experimentation in printmaking and the visual arts generally.
Much of Ian's work involves the manipulation of the digital image, and for Ian personally modern technology sits well with the traditions of the art form and serves to enhance the mystique and beauty of the subject.

A selection of Ian's work is available to purchase on our Online Shop - click HERE to see what's currently available.

Interested in Exhibiting ?

If you are interested in exhibiting at the gallery click HERE for more details.

Obsidian Art, Layby Farm, Old Risborough Road,
Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, HP22 5XJ.
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