We're delighted to offer an eclectic array of highly collectible art at 'Serenity Designs with Attitude' from both stellar names and emerging talents, many pieces curated being by our partners, AttitudeGallery.co.uk
Whilst we have a passion for art that starts a conversation or stirs and emotion, we cover all genres whether its a piece of fine art, pop art or urban art from a well known international artist or new talent about to hit it big. Whether it's a unique Original, a special Commission or a Limited Edition print we are delighted to offer art in a unique, relaxed and unintimidating setting.
Offering all the services and more you'd expect from a client-centric gallery from our secure national delivery service to staged payment arrangements or our discrete private viewing arrangements we're here to help. We are delighted to offer Free Delivery on any piece within the local area.
01565 633 777 or info@SerenityKnutsford to get in touch.
Artist Profile: Craig Everett
A self-taught urban artist, Craig Everett lives and paints in West Yorkshire. He creates pop art using a range of techniques and experimentation of different styles and materials including waste paper, tins and cans.
His work is often inspired by the people and places of his youth, growing up on the Bradford Thorpe Edge estate in the 1970's and 1980's. With work in collections across the globe, Craig has exhibited internationally including a highly successful show at the famous Contraband Exhibition in Los Angeles during 2013.
Craig has a uniquely recognisable hand and we're delighted to work extremely closely with him.
Please contact us to discuss any of the amazing works by Craig Everett whether limited edition prints, originals or bespoke commissions.
Artist Profile: Heath Kane
Heath Kane's approach has always been driven by the practice of design thinking. Focusing on creating simple, iconic pieces that evoke an emotional response his aim is to create work that's a talking point.
"Not simply for their artistic value, but for the messaging and larger narrative they represent. Within the lurid colour of my art, I embed subtle often subversive themes that encourage a political or social conversation.
I have never created art to please people. Not even my mother. But, instead, I make art in response to what I see happening in the world. I want to challenge the conventions of our lifestyles and the world we live in today.
The important thing for me is not just what it looks like and feels like, but what it makes you think".
We're delight to showcase Heath Kane's unique creations.
Doug Hyde at Attitude Gallery
In 2002, Doug Hyde was a young artist painting pictures for his family and friends in his spare time. In 2005, he was named as the UK’s best selling published artist and described as the UK’s "most popular living artist" on a BBC TV national news broadcast. In 2014 Doug celebrated the 10th anniversary of this accolade and a decade of extraordinary success.
The extraordinary rise from virtual unknown to the most popular living artist in the UK has been meteoric. His celebrity collectors include former England Manager Roy Hodgson, golfer Rory McIlroy and British movie star Emily Blunt.
Doug has been the subject of no less than five fabulous books. His popularity and profile has increased both at home and abroad, and he has recently returned from a sell-out tour in Japan. Yet despite his phenomenal success he has never lost touch with the realities of life, and has continued to produce work based around his love for his family, his unfailing optimism and his sheer enthusiasm for life.
As your local Official Doug Hyde stockist, please contact the gallery for further information on 01260 299143
Artist Profile: Leigh Lambert
Leigh was born and raised in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, where he resided for the first twenty years of his life and began to draw as soon as he could hold a pencil, with his family quickly recognising his artistic flair.
The artist describes himself as mostly self taught, having received no formal art qualifications or training.Lambert relocated to Warwickshire with his family in 1996 where he focused on the development of his technique. It was on leaving Newcastle that he began to appreciate the nature of his upbringing; what he had once seen as a concrete jungle now seeming strangely beautiful. His pieces have a strong sense of nostalgia, evoking fond memories of a youth that many can relate to.
Lambert is an accomplished artist across a range of media, most commonly working in oils on board. His use of colour is minimal, optimistically applying splashes only to the figures that play amidst the otherwise monochromatic landscapes, capturing the joy and vitality of youth. Working from his garden studio, the artist has achieved great success in recent years.
Artist Profile: Pure Evil
Having exhibited globally, Pure Evil is one of the UK's leading urban artists. A stablemate of Banksy having contributed to a number of his unique projects over the years including Dismaland, Pure Evil certainly creates Art with Attitude with his unique style.
A lover of all things anarchic, with exhibitions as far afield as Beijing and Barcelona, Pure Evil is even featured in coffee table reference books on street art published by the world renowned V & A team.
We're delighted to have available an ever changing and unique unique selection of Pure Evil pieces including some of his most collectible and desirable works.
Artist Profile: Rourke van Dal
One of the most established names in urban art, born in 1969, Rourke Van Dal in his own words was "born with a wooden spoon in my gob on a council estate in Bradford". He has cemented his place on the Urban Art scene and takes inspiration from the streets on which he grew up.
The rundown warehouses and “concrete kingdom” of West Yorkshire were Van Dal's playground and his early work reflected this. In 2008 the artist collaborating with photographer Gavin Watson, Van Dal created a collection of iconic portraits based on the ‘The Wycombe Skins’ series.
This style would inform his work for the next two years, resulting in several sold out print editions and exhibitions in Europe and the United States. Over recent years, the artist has revisited his Pop roots with a series of portraits including depictions of Elvis Presley, Superman and Betty Boop.
Over the last 10 years, Van Dal has exhibited extensively in Europe and the USA and continues to produce his unique artwork from his studio in Yorkshire.
Artist Profile: Pegasus
Pegasus is the name and signature of an anonymous North London street artist. Originally from Chicago, his stenciled pieces play with popular culture's most recognizable icons such as David and Victoria Beckham, The Queen, Marilyn Monroe, Blondie and Amy Winehouse and are sometimes ironic or controversial.
Pegasus is influenced by artists from the street as well as fine art world with his biggest influences coming from a certain Mr Banksy. “I also admire other artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Keith Haring, Mr. Brainwash, Richard Hamilton, Horace Panter and Eelus. In terms of my subjects, I paint people I admire and respect…deciding how I will portray them is the hard part.” added Pegasus.
Often cited in the international press as ‘the new Banksy’, Pegasus is extremely proud of the following he’s established in a relatively short period of time. He was recently contacted by Adele to create a unique commission after she saw his painting of friend, Alan Carr. He’s also created special unique commissions for Lindsey Lohan, Alexandra Burke and Kristina Rihanoff and counts Johnny Depp and Simon Cowell amongst his list of collectors who just want something that little bit different.
Pegasus and his incredible work have been featured in many international newspapers, TV channels and publications around the world. He’s been featured in the well-known graffiti books “Happy Graffiti” and “Planet Banksy” and three of his paintings featuring Marilyn Monroe, Bette Davis and Lucille Ball have even found a home in the famous Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles.
We work very closely with the artist on commissions, exclusive and unique editions. Contact us for current availability or to discuss commissions.
Artist Profile: JJ Adams
The son of a baptist preacher, JJ emigrated as a child from Plymouth in the UK to Cape Town in South Africa in the early eighties. Adams spent much of his youth around the studio of South African contemporary landscape artist Derric van Rensburg, where he discovered his love of bright colour and graphic art exploring the world of tattoos as an apprentice at Wildfire Tattoos in Cape Town before coming back to the UK a number of years later.
Adams uses a range of mixed media in his work from spray paint to hand painting acrylics, screen printing, collage and digital matte painting as well as photography.
He admits being influenced at art school by artists like Norman Rockwell, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Sir Peter Blake and more obscure artists such as Guy Peelleart, Hipgnosis and Storm Thorgerson and lowbrow artists like Coop, Jim Phillips and Graham Coton who was a World War II comic book artist.
Our partners, Attitude Gallery are very proud to have been one of the very first stockists of JJ Adams' work in the UK and have held two amazing Gallery Events with the artist in Cheshire.
If you are seeking a special piece please contact us - we may be able to help!