New Work Arrives For Autumn At ARTZU

New Work Arrives For Autumn At ARTZU

Autumn at Manchester’s ARTZU Gallery is nearly here with a host of artists producing new work for the season.

Stephen Farley continues to impress with his tactile work that merges art with sculpture (along with his trademark quirky humour!) Adding another level of finesse and quality to his work, he has framed pieces in hand made and cut stainless steel frames. They provide a useful, practical solution for wall mounting as well as a great look that presents the work beautifully!

Stephen Farley, Subwoofer.


Horrace Panter, Red Cadillac.

Horrace Panter’s love of Pop Art collided with the signs and symbols of the American cityscape whilst touring the States with the band (The Specials) From here, a bold and beautiful series of artworks were born which distil the very essence of the vast cinematic landscapes of the US.

We now have the original Red Cadillac for sale in the gallery and he continues to impress with new work in his iconic Americana series. Bright, bold and the very definition of cool, these music legend’s pieces bring a vibrant vibe to any space!


Horrace Panter, Motel Cable 2.

Matilda Street, Andrew Hunt.

The ever popular Andrew Hunt has also been busy trying to keep up with the demand for his work. With new pieces selling as fast as we hang them, we strongly recommend popping into the gallery sooner rather than later if you want to experience his both photo-realistic and sharp, evocative imagery in the flesh!

Papanek, Andrew Hunt.

Mancunian Cathy Read whose just finished competing in Sky Arts Landscape Artist Of The Year has also been busy in her studio and we’re pleased to have some new work in her distinctive style on display in the gallery. As well as London landmarks she’s also captured her hometown in never before seen aspects using her organic inks and trademark process to bring a dreamlike and fluid quality to the defined structure of Manchester’s architectural heritage.

The Toast Rack, Cathy Read.

Mosi Grey (Manchester Science Museum) Cathy Read.

This is just a small selection of the new work we have in the gallery right now, so remember to keep an eye on the website or follow us on social media for all the up to date news of our clients. We look forward to seeing you in the gallery soon and have a great Autumn!