EXCLUSIVE ORIGINAL ART - AND LIMITED EDITION PRINTS
We are proud to represent some of the UK’s most acclaimed living artists and offer an impressive collection of artwork for you to discover.
At Totley Grove, we carefully curate, photograph and present the highest quality original art. All our artwork is signed by each of our artist, and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
From birthdays and special occasions to Christmas and corporate gifts, we are offering the most beautiful and evocative images that will turn a special gift into an extra special treasured possession.
If you require further guidance on which works to buy or invest in, or if you would like to commission one of our artists, please contact me at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
John Berger, Art Critic
“Something like a prophecy of vision and talent being fulfilled. The paintings both awaken and haunt. Bus Stop Nativity, The Day Begins and God and his Dog are indelible. Because of the indivisible ‘fit’ between your methods as a painter and your vision as a seer.
Figures Lost in the Wasteland. This is one of Andrew Gadd‘s paintings. We are not far from Goya, yet we are living today.”
Saatchi Gallery - Art Gallery
“Action painting - or, more broadly speaking, abstract expressionism - is a style of painting which artist Ben Mosley has used to powerful effect to capture the drama of everyday life and the environment around him. Like his predecessors in this genre, Wilem and Elaine de Kooning, Franz Kline and Lee Krasner, Mosley values spontaneity and creates his images by stroking paint
directly on to each canvas in a gestural, dynamic fashion.”
Susie Hodge - Art Historian
“Paul Trevillion’s natural gift in taking the medium of
pen and ink to its limitations and beyond. Paul adds washes of vibrant colour. Nothing is laboured or overworked... not a static photographic rendition, but a free fluid image that not only captures movements, form and mannerisms, but spirit and power... Paul Trevillion is the Pele of Sporting Art.”