Congratulations to Sandra Wall-Armitage as President of SBA

Sandra is an established artist with b Gallery and we would like to send our congratulations to her on a well deserved post as President of Society of Botanical Artists.




b Gallery asks ……

We know how much social networking sites do for our social lives and catching up with friends ….

but have they gained you any sales or customers when you show images of your work.

b Gallery would love to hear your opinions ?

b Gallery Team


Important Notice for b Gallery Artists :


Re: Social networking links important information……..

We would like to ask you to log into your gallery management area and check all your personal details are correct including your PayPal address. We have recently been informed that artwork had not arrived but payment had been sent to the artist via PayPal, it transpired the artist had spelt his PayPal email address wrong, luckily the buyer was able to have the funds returned and was happy to continue her sale – as you can imagine this could have been detrimental to both the artist and bgallery.

Whilst you are in your profile area please can you make sure you have entered all of your social networking sites i.e.: your own blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and any others that you have joined. If you click on ‘Recommended Links’ in your profile area you will be taken to a page where you can update your links, just click on the social media link that we have provided for you.

(If you prefer you can always email Hazel at your social networking links and we will insert these for you)

Social networking can be time consuming for artists but is important if you want to grow contact lists and get noticed. We have a team ready to work for you directing potential buyers to YOU.

Please continue to let us know about any upcoming exhibitions with dates and/or flyers, email us images of works in progress and let us raise your popularity amongst the buying community within the social networking sites.

If you have forgotten your login details or need further information please let us know.

Julie Boyle
Director of bgallery
+44 (0)1525 877020

We are committed to helping talented artists be discovered,

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Stacey Mountney – Fine Artist – b Gallery


Autumn Leaves


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At the beginning of her journey as an artist, Stacey found her skills, taste and technique continue to develop. She guesses that’s the thing about becoming an adult, you can look back at the things you have done and improve on them.

After school, Stacey continued to study Art and Design at Noth Herts College where she attained DDM. Art is a great passion of hers, and she continues to practice painting as a hobby.

Stacey generally uses acrylics on canvas but also likes to experiment with a range of different media.

Stacey takes inspiration from the world around her, this is why a lot of her paintings come from observation.

Stacey would be pleased to discuss pricing for any art work Stacey has her own b Gallery page, or on her blog.

More of Stacey’s work …….

Darnéy Willis is showing his stunning work at

Darney began a serious interest in painting in the summer of 1967. He has been able to do some painting, and a lot of thinking about visual art concerns both formally and philosophically, and a lot of teaching visual art concerns ever since. Darney earned a Master of Fine Arts, in Painting, from the Univ. of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ar., USA, in 1983; a Master of Arts, in Digital Media from the Univ. of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ar.,USA, in 1998. He is teaching in the Art Department of NW Arkansas Community College where he started teaching in 1990. Darney lives in NW Arkansas with his wife and two of their seven children in a beautiful house, Castle Gate, that he built with the help of his older son and one of his daughters and has been a major studio project for the last 6 years. He is also building a large painting studio which is still waiting to be finished. Darney is also a five-fold ministry prophet in a local ecclesia.