FOR THE LOVE OF ART | Rae West
Abstract painter Rae West has embarked on an exciting new series of work, incorporating fluid and layered cross symbols on her signature round boards.
The romance of their titles - The Pash and The Peck, add further meaning to symbols that appear in the work. These contemporary pieces come to reference the age-old art historical symbol of the kiss. A timeless theme, explored in timeless pieces by a distinct abstract artist.
View works by Rae West here
FROM BLACK TO WHITE | Quietly Present
The black and white palette allows an artwork a kind of neutrality to the world around it, a statement of itself in its own context. Not influenced by surrounding colours, instead, it can focus on its own intent and influence.
While the Black Door Gallery collection is known for its vibrancy; a range of our artists use the monochromatic black and white palette to great effect. These pieces are also classic additions to interiors.
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CAPTURING A CLASSIC | Jos Coufreur
Coufreur has become well known for his depictions of iconic figures- from the political to pop culture. Taking to the canvas with an expressive approach, Coufreur strikes a balance in his portraits between realism and abstraction.
Making a statement in our window is a portrait of Grace Patricia Kelly. The American film actress was not only famous in her own right as a movie star, but also for becoming Princess of Monaco after marrying Prince Rainier III, in April 1956.
View the full portrait here