Gods of Rock Lead Re-vamp

The Studio Gallery, Henley, has had a complete re-vamp and is looking great and with the Gods of Rock collection on display, there’s plenty of reasons for you to pop along and take a look, if you can.

“Images so powerful….”

CJ Holding, Proprietor of Studio Gallery in Henley-on-Thames, exhibits the Gods of Rock collection. Here’s what she had to say about it: “Nick Elliott’s images are so powerful they have a soul of their own. You can hear music just looking at them. Nick’s ability to capture the nature and personalities of his subjects like he does is a gift, and one which any…

Nothing Blue About Blues Brothers

The newly launched Blues Brothers collection is now on show at Doric Arts, Holt, but there’s nothing blue about the exhibition. Why not go along and see for yourself?

Gods of Rock Cause A Stir

The Gods of Rock exhibition at Mandell’s Gallery, Norwich, looks great and has caused a bit of a stir. It’s running throughout the summer so pop along if you get the chance!

Guitar Heroes Rock With The Gods!

Our partner galleries have taken possession of new collections this week. Willow Galleries are striking a chord with Guitar Heroes and Mandells Gallery are rockin’ it up with Gods of Rock. Both will be be featuring the collections through to the summer (if it ever arrives!).

Gods Of Rock At Gallery

Media coverage: Henley Standard, Oxon

Celtic Queens Create A Storm

Jolyon Mason, Director of Storm said: “Nick and I share two passions in life, music and visual communication. When I find an artist who not only shows these interests but who acts upon them accordingly, it is hard to ignore and Nick is one such person. Furthermore, the style in which Nick presents himself and his work show a dedication to perfection, and hence his…

New Gallery Opens

The long awaited opening of Storm Fine Arts takes place tomorrow and features the Celtic Queens collection. Great stuff!

New Collection For A New Gallery

We delivered the enigmatic Celtic Queens collection to Storm Fine Arts today for a new exhibition opening from Easter in the quaint location of Burnham Market in Norfolk. What better way of spending a bank holiday than a trip to the coast and a browse round the gallery?

New Art Collection Goes Down A Storm

Media coverage: Norfolk On My Mind