As part of our committment to helping young artists and those interested in a career in the art community, Arusha Gallery is pleased to offer work experience placements. We are delighted to welcome Jade Leigh Holcombe to the Arusha Art…
Arusha Art Gallery are delighted to announce that one of our artists has been approached to paint a commissioned piece for a private collection. Through Arusha, Elizabeth Armstrong has been approached to paint this year's shock 66-1 winner of the…
Ian Cook The Ecclesiastic Oil on Board26 x 40cm Ian Cook for as long as he can remember has been an artist. His earliest memory of creative capability was at his father’s work place at a shipyard where the young…
Fran Williams Reaching ClarityOil on Wood30x60cm Fran Williams' Reaching Clarity is about finding resolve after emotional upheaval. After a period of darkness you realise it's a choice to keep hold of the angst or to finally let go and allow…
Carl Melegari FerdilOil on Canvas40"x30" Throughout history the stag has been prominently featured in Biblical stories, Greek mythology, symbolism and even pop culture book series Harry Potter. The stag over the years has taken on the qualities such as masculinity,…
Shelagh Atkinson PathwayScreen Print66 x 58cm Exhibiting her art internationally in Bulgaria, Japan, China, Berlin, and all over the United Kingdom, including a plentiful list of solo exhibitions and awards won, it is safe to say that Shelagh Atkinson is…
Matt Donovan Death and GloryOil on Board20.5 x 30.5 Inches Not many of us can list Robbie Williams as a close friend, nor can we say that we have been commissioned by him and have seventeen of our paintings hanging…
Fran Williams Our Exploding Hearts (How long is forever?)Oil on Wood120 x 90cm Artist Fran Williams is well known for her dark and distinctive style, her paintings often described as intense, emotional and ghostly. Fran Williams uses oil and acrylic…
Garry Betts Rusty NailCeramic49cm (height) The artist himself, of the art piece of the week, Garry Betts, credits this figurative sculpture named Rusty Nail as his favourite piece and describes it as being symbolic to “how quick time passes in…
Harriet Whyatt Adam and EveOil on Canvas Forget, Romeo and Juliet, and Bonnie and Clyde, and focus on what could be the first ever romantic duo, Adam and Eve. Created by God himself, Adam and Eve were made for one…
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