Wyecliffe Gallery - Fine Art Original Paintings
Wyecliffe Gallery - Fine Art Original Paintings
Wyecliffe Gallery - Fine Art Original Paintings

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  • Tinker Bell Tinker Bell Quick View
    Tinker Bell

    Kerry Darlington

    Tinker Bell


    Artist: Kerry Darlington
    Medium: Unique edition print with resin & 3D elements. Each piece is unique.
    Image Size: 14" x 14"
    Framed Size: 24" x 24"
    Edition Size: Only 295 Worldwide plus 30 Artist Proofs
    Release Date: 2014
    Frame: Large signature Kerry Darlington Silver/Blue frame
    Other Frames are available. Call 01932 847 939 



    This is a pre-order, Tinker Bell will arrive 18th August.


    Part of the Kerry Darlington Peter Pan Collection

    Tinker Bell is a character from J. M. Barrie's 1904 play Peter Pan and its 1911 novelization Peter and Wendy. In the original play and novel, Tinker Bell was described by Barrie as a fairy who mended pots and kettles, like an actual tinker. Her speech consists of the sounds of a tinkling bell, which is understandable only to those familiar with the language of the fairies. Though sometimes ill-tempered, spoiled, and naughty, at other times she is helpful and kind to Peter. The extremes in her personality are explained in-story by the fact that a fairy's size prevents her from holding more than one feeling at a time, so when she is angry she has no counterbalancing compassion. Fairies cannot fly in the rain but can enable others to fly by sprinkling them with fairy dust. 


    Bird of Hera - Original - RESERVED Bird of Hera - Original - RESERVED Quick View
    Bird of Hera - Original - RESERVED

    Kerry Darlington

    Bird of Hera - Original - RESERVED


    This product is sold out

    Artist: Kerry Darlington
    Medium: Original Mixed Media on Board 
    Image Size: TBC
    Framed Size: TBC
    Frame: Large hand-made white frame as shown
    Other Frames are available. Call 01932 847 939 

    "Hera is the goddess of marriage, women, fertility and childbirth. She is often represented by the cow, the peacock, and sometimes the cuckoo."

  • *NEW* Rita & Donald *NEW* Rita & Donald Quick View
    *NEW* Rita & Donald


    *NEW* Rita & Donald


    Artist: Lhouette
    Medium: Original Acrylic & Aerosol Stencil Work on Up-cycled Fork Lift Pallet
    Image Size: 47" x 39"
    Framed Size: 52" x 44"
    Frame: Large Matt Black Box Tray Frame
    Other Frames are available. Call 01932 847 939 

    The latest addition to the 'Abandoned Cinema' Collection

  • Cuprum III Cuprum III Quick View
    Cuprum III

    Ken Rausch

    Cuprum III


    Artist: Ken Rausch
    Medium: Original Hand Etched Copper, with Mixed Media and Resin
    Image Size: 11" x 11"

    Sheet of copper, with wall fixings. No need to frame. 

    Cuprum III is part of the Cuprum collection, of 11" x 11" abstract tiles.
    The Cuprum collection can be hung together to create eye-catching colour waves.
    The unique effect of hand etched copper, paint and resin, creates an almost holographic work of art. 



  • It started with - Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio

    Posted: Sep 02 2014

    In 1928 the brothers released a Disney short called "Steamboat Willie" which for the first time was accompanied by sound and Walt himself as the voice of Mickey.  In 1933 the Disney brothers most successful cartoon short was released entitled "The Three Little Pigs". A short that became synonymous with America's Great Depression. In 1934 and what became commonly known as "Disney's Folly" within the animation industry was Walt's desire in producing a full length feature film. In 1934 the film went into full production and continued until mid-1937 when every last studio dollar had been spent on the film. The only way Walt could complete the film was to show a rough cut of the movie to a loan officer, he did and secured the funding he needed to complete it. On the 21st December 1937, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs premiered in Anaheim, California and received a...

  • Interview in Essence Magazine

    Posted: Jul 16 2014

    Ben has been featured in this months premier lifestyle magazine Essence. Journalist Louise Alexander-O’Loughlin talks to Ben about his experience in the art industry and what's hot on the art scene right now.You can read the full interview with Ben here. If you would like to read the full magazine please click here.We have a few hard copies of the magazine available in the gallery in anyone would like one...Ben might also sign one if you ask nicely!  

  • New artist @ Wyecliffe!

    Posted: Jul 15 2014

    We are pleased to welcome a new artist to the ranks at Wyecliffe...Ken Rausch.  Gallery director Ben discovered Rausch's work at the Art Expo in New York earlier in the year and bought every single piece on his stand!  Rausch utilizes heat and acid etching, along with special paints, to create works that are iridescent, intense, and beautiful on a very different canvas...copper. He also uses specialized grinding tools to create texture and depth. The top coat is a multi-layered resin that gives an almost “glass-like” feel to each piece. The result is a painting that takes on a personality of its own as light hits the surface.   Ken’s pieces of art are a perfect combination of motif, color, light, silhouette and shadow Ken is native to Greater Cincinnati, and still calls the area home. He is inspired by nature, particularly the verdant, valleys and rolling hills of his home.He graduated...

  • Charity Events 2014

    Posted: Jul 03 2014

    Over the past few months we have been lucky enough to be involved in not 1 but 2 charity events with artist Kerry Darlington. The first event was a charity dinner and auction with the Rainbow Trust, a charity which we here at Wyecliffe have supported for many years. The Rainbow Trust is a Surrey based charity that provides nationwide support for terminally ill children and their families. For the past 5 years, with the help of Lusso Homes, they have held an annual charity golf day at Wentworth Golf Club which we at Wyecliffe have attended since it begun (although only for the evening entertainment as Ben is not much of a golfer!). The event has raised over £300,000 and we are incredibly proud to be invited every year. This year along with Kerry we donated a special edition of her ‘Tree of Life – Gold’ Unique Edition for...

  • Incredible New Work by Alex Echo

    Posted: Jun 28 2014

    As many of you will know, Alex Echo, one of our bestselling artists, recently displayed a collection of works at his solo exhibition, Alchemy, at Bruton Street in London. The showcase displayed a combination of his wide and deep knowledge of art history, with references to popular culture, iconography, and nature, portrayed within inventive, informative and accessible contemporary art. During the phenomenally successful show, a silent auction took place on two very special pieces. The first, a custom made Fender Stratocaster belonging to Eric Clapton, and painted at his request by Alex in 2012. The proceedings raised were donated to the recovery facility The Crossroads Centre in Antigua, founded by Eric Clapton. The second piece to be auctioned, for the benefit of The Tusk Foundation, was an incredibly special piece, dedicated to Jasmine Isabella, Alex’s daughter. Being deeply concerned by the wellbeing of animals and the environment, it was at...

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