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As well as our regularly changing exhibition program our browsers are always stocked with an eclectic range of prints, any of which can be framed to specification, through the gallery.

Limited edition Giclee prints, which offer wider access with regard to price and availability, while still providing a level of uniqueness and providence.
Artist monoprints, each a one off piece, taken from handcrafted blocks.

New Prints

Mark Demsteader
Mark Demsteader was born in Manchester in 1963; he studied at Rochdale College, Oldham College and the Slade. His awards include The Lyceum Prize and The Sidney Andrews Scholarship.

Mark’s working style developed from a fascination with the human form and an obsession with classical themes. These preoccupations can be seen in recent paintings where his close observation combines with surface texture and carefully balanced compositions to create a beautiful and powerful representation of the figure.


Suzanne Reclining

Helen on White

Leanne on White
Maxwell Doig  
Maxwell Doig was born in Huddersfield in 1966. Following his graduation from Manchester School of Art, he completed an MA at Slade in 1990 and was awarded the Villiers David Prize in 1997.

Doigs reclining portraits are both intimate and universal, each figure framed by th simplicity of there surrounding, with Doig apparently suspended above them. The calm stillness evoked by subject, setting and perspective, appears so seemingly effortless that the viewer cannot help but be affected, mirroring these aspects.


Figure Reading on Black and White Tiles

Figure Reading with Blue Shirt

Figure on Floorboards II

Figure with Paper Boats

Figure Reading II

White Boat
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Timothy Eastern
Little Acrobat

Liz Knutt
Open Air Concert

Frank Taylor

Jo Bowen
Strand on the Green

Nicola Dugmore
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