Nova Fine Art gallery, next door to The White Horse Bookshop on Marlborough’s High Street, opened on Saturday July 24. The gallery offers a wide range of prints, originals and sculptures by well-established and new contemporary artists. Many of the artists are also available for commissions.
Oliver Deeley, Creative Director and Co-founder, encourages people to go into the gallery and browse. He told Marlborough.news, “Art should be for everyone. We don’t believe in inaccessibility. Our galleries cover a range of styles and genres, including artists such as Tom Buridge, David Rees, and Piper Bridwell to name but a few.
We know all our artists personally and take the time to understand the narrative behind each extraordinary artwork they create for us. Every picture does tell a story … and it’s one we’d love to share with you.
Buying art is a bit like finding the perfect fragrance. You don’t go out looking for it but when you find it it transports you somewhere. We aim to cater for both established collectors, but also those just starting out.
Our portfolio is always evolving. We are continually seeking out new artists.”
Nova Marlborough is the third shop this small independent business has opened. The other two are in Leamington Spa and Marlow. The gallery hosts visiting artists at least every two months.
Oliver explained, “We can also source things for clients. We recently sourced and sold a Marc Chagall original for a client. Bespoke commissions are also popular. James Waterman has done several commissions of horses while Alice O’Shea, who uses sand in her mixed media pieces, has used sand from customers’ meaningful locations such as a beach where a honeymoon took place.
I hope people will embrace us – we’re here and we will remain independently unique.”
Nova Fine Art is open 7 days a week. Prices of artwork and sculptures in the gallery range from around £300 to £23,000.
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