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In the Studio | David Renshaw Prepares for 'The Sky is Not the Limit' Exhibition

The first time this private artist has allowed cameras into his studio, David Renshaw talks animatedly about what it has taken to establish himself as a leading and respected oil painter, his inspiration and ambitions for forthcoming anticipated exhibition and attendance ''The Sky is Not the Limit'' taking place on Saturday 20th September 2014 at Gallery Rouge Harpenden.

Kerry Darlington Featured on 'Posh Pawn' on Channel 4

Darlington''s impressive six-foot original painting ''Sakura'' owned by married art-collecting couple Paul and Jackie Ellingworth is their pride and joy; hard times forced the pair to assess their future and raise funds against the painting by seeking a valution from Channel 4''s Posh Pawn.

Salvador Dali and the Surrealists 10th-18th May 2014

Gallery Rouge St. Albans is delighted to announce the fourth exhibition in their annual showcase of 20th Century Masters;  Salvador Dali and the Surrealists will offer the opportunity to acquire exceptional Original Lithographs, Etchings and Drawings, many of which are signed by the artists themselves.

Ben Riley - Artist in Attendance Announced!

We are delighted to announce the first exhibition of 2014 with artist in attendance Ben Riley.Creating innovative original artwork created using broken vinyl records, his slick compositions feature musical and movie icons, including Mick Jagger, Frank Sinatra, David Bowie and Robbie Williams to name but a few!



Artists in Attendance - Stella Parslow and Amanda Jones

We are excited to announce the attendance of two of the UK’s leading mixed media artists at our Harpenden gallery on November 16th. Stella Parslow and Amanda Jones will be presenting a refreshing collection of original works forged from oils, metal foils and fused glass in the first show of its kind at Gallery Rouge Harpenden.

Rozanne Bell in Personal Attendance at Gallery Rouge, St. Albans - Saturday 3rd August 2013

Zimbabwean born artist ROZANNE BELL has forged a reputation for her punchy and colourful compositions which take in the British coast; covering twenty four hours at the seaside, daytime paintings depict sun drenched shores buzzing with holidaymakers, which gently give way to sleepy moonlit harbour scenes.  Most recently the artist has turned her attention in land, to celebrate wild British flowers in bright and breezy meadows.