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WE ARE CHANGING

WE ARE CHANGING

Hat Hill Gallery has been going through big changes over the last couple of years. We expanded into The Victory Theatre Antique Centre with a store of Viken's other major passion of collectable vinyl, books and DVD's. This enterprise has been incredibly successful and we are now shifting the operation back to Hat Hill Gallery, while keeping one store at The Victory Theatre as well. Come and visit us at Hat Hill road and see our expanding business of collectable new and second hand vinyl, cassettes, singles, books, archival paper prints, poster art, cards and original work by local artists....

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The Ceramics of Picasso

It is funny how the great artists of the modern era are often famed for work that, on closer inspection of their entire practise, proves to be the least of their talents. Pablo Picasso was recognised for creating the famous art movement Cubism that was inspired by African Sculptures and their simple and yet  primal qualities. Picasso was allways reinventing himself as he was always searching to push his creative capacity by exploring multiple mediums and methods. Possibly one of the most glorious and yet overloooked mediums employed by Picasso was his ceramic work. Picasso produced at the Madoura, run by the...

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SEAN HUTTON WINS ANOTHER PORTRAIT PRIZE IN 2016

Sean Hutton has been busy again sharing his talent as a proficient portrait painter. Located at The Rocks, The YSC hosted a live painting event on Thursday evening where paintings had to be completed in 90 minutes. A challenge for anyone, no less in front of an audience. Is this the new direction for artists now? Traditional art forms merging with contemporary performance. It would certainly be a great way for aspiring painters to understand the artistic process of individual artists. The audience were able to witness the process of 3 groups of 4 painters during the evening and Sean...

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Art for Change

There has been a quiet Blackheath initivative for making the world a better place to live in and these ideas have culminated into a publication. The Big Fix Magazine has just been launched as one of the first solutions based mags for global change and this magazine feaures the work and writing of our gallery artist, Emma Magenta. Check out her article on Cures For Capitalism here: http://www.thebigfix.org/sectors-art-for-a-change/251-art-for-a-change

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Kerry Kirk Quality Framing at Hat Hill Gallery

One of the great services we provide at Hat Hill Gallery is quality Custom Framing. Come and visit us at Hat Hill Road and consult Kerry Kirk on what framing would best suit your precious works of art.  Here Kerry is holding a finished framed work for a customer, an original Emma Magenta piece "She Made Shrines".  

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