Spring at ARTZU

Spring at ARTZU

Spring is here at last and it’s all systems go at ARTZU!

There’s a bumper crop of great new art for sale that’s just arrived at the Manchester gallery, as well as lots of new projects in the making! Nick has just returned from a trip to Dubai where he was asked to speak at the inaugural UNFOLD Art XChange, a conference designed to conjoin the world of Art with Architecture and Culture, helping business’ to buy art and create a portfolio, which coincided with Dubai Art Week. Many of our artists have been busy producing new art work for sale in the gallery as well as both corporate and private commissions, with new art pieces being sold and sent all over the globe!

Regular visitors will know we keep the mix eclectic at ARTZU. When you come into the gallery, you get the chance to see a varied range of styles and mediums, everything from traditional oils, to photo-realism, to collage, to digital art! there is always a wide range of contemporary art available to buy and we provide expert advice every step of the way.

Here’s a roundup of some the exciting new art work that’s available in the Manchester gallery:

Tim Garner, Chapel Street Reclamation

Tim Garner is as insightful as ever, capturing Manchester’s urban landscape as the city continues it’s explosive expansion.

Tim Garner, Peter Street Walk

Nick Coley has created some amazing new collage work using a delicate layering process, the longer you observe, the more is revealed!

Nick Coley, Baccus.

Nick Coley, The Wave 3.

Chris Acheson as always brings an edge to his definitive photo realism in this wonderful homage to the late David Bowie.

Chris Acheson, Changes.

The latest of Stephen Farley’s Reef series is now for sale in the gallery, the detail in these is outstanding, thousands of separate handmade elements painstakingly merged together means that each piece takes month to produce.

Stephen Farley, Offshore Rapport.

Stephen Farley, Offshore Rapport (detail)

Matt Wilde is Celebrating ten years of his series of round paintings with these big vibrant, almost hypnotic pieces.

Matt Wilde, Roundabout ten.

Matt Wilde, People in the art world.

All the way from Berlin, these new James Cummins pieces have sculptural surfaces, giving them an authority and weight that few other artists can match, these really dominate and bring an opulent air to their surroundings.

James Cummins, Tower.

James Cummins, Bull.