Love Art 1st - 28th Feb 2015
Your home is your haven and as we look towards an upbeat 2015, attention turns to refreshing certain aspects of your décor which may be feeling a little jaded. The interior design trends which will lead us through the next twelve months are already established; Elle Decoration noting that unexpected pastel accents are now frequently chosen to soften spaces, emboldened with pops of pattern and humour through soft furnishing and fine art choices. Working with the architecture and period of your home key moments can be created through the fusion of eclectic texture and colour.
This February witnesses Gallery Rouge host a month long celebration of four inspiring British artists; showcasing playful works with timeless values at their heart, collectors will be reminded just how great the impact art has on the atmosphere of their living spaces. Create your home to project a positive tone, distilling your passions and aspirations which you long to return back to at the end of the day. It is time to re-discover your love of art, and the journey starts here.
Bursting with vitality and their creator's inherent lust for life, the boisterous original paintings produced by Zimbabwean born artist Rozanne Bell never fail to delight. Often attracting collectors from 30 paces away, they are compelled to march forward and fill their vision with sheer vibrant colour. Ideal for social areas such as the living and dining rooms, inject a little extra joie de vivre into your home!
Explore Rozanne's collection of original works at Gallery Rouge Harpenden, priced from £595.
It is impossible not to be charmed by the sincerity of David Renshaw's Northern Romance collection. Resonating in both hearts and minds, collectors have avidly watched the narrative between protagonists Ted and his beau Doris unfold painting by painting. Many will remember acclaimed solo exhibition The Sky is Not the Limit held in 2014 and will welcome the opportunity to expand their collection.
Secure your original painting by visiting Gallery Rouge St. Albans, prices from £695
Placed deftly between fiction and fantasy, Kerry Darlington's epic interpretations of beloved fairy tales have won passion and enthusiasm from collectors globally. Pictured is the gentle 'Snow White and Rose Red', an ode to the Brothers Grimm story in which a dwarf and a bear battle for good and evil in the depths of the enchanted forest. Mesmerising for every generation, there is a place for Kerry Darlington in every home.
Brimming with optimism, quirk and a pinch of cheek, the affable works of Dale Bowen invite adventure in far-away lands. An early career as a potter has left the artist with an inspired sense of the three-dimension, which is evident in the charismatic curved balloons which idly drift across the skies. The joy with which he paints is evident in each and every one of his creations, and is equalled only by those fortunate enough to own them.