Edward Waites Sculpture


New pair of boxing hares fresh out of the foundry. I will be first showing them at The Chelsea flower Show… May 20th – 24th 

Please visit my website for more details on new work, commissioning or Exhibitions.



Discover Art Magazine – bgallery Art Directory


bgallery– Supporting a new and exciting artists magazine


Discover Art Magazine. .. …. and bgallery online art directory

“Practical art instruction and inspiration”

We would like to let you know that production plans on the most exciting annually published magazine for all aspiring and experienced practising artists, Discover Art , are progressing well.

The publishers are pleased to announce an additional new distribution deal with bgallery: one of the UK’s largest online art galleries. The owner of bgallery has agreed to distribute Discover Art in digital format to its database which will take the total distribution of Discover Art to a staggering 127,000 copies circulated on the launch issue.

Discover Art would like to thank artists that have already been in touch with them to submit their copy.

Circulation breakdown:

75,000 copies sent digitally to Great Art’s database of practising artists
42,000 copies sent digitally to bgallery’s database of practising artists
10,000 copies sent in print to WHSmithMartin McCollEasons and key art shows.

Artists you can reach this audience at a very low cost to promote your art products, painting holidays, courses and any other service you provide to practising artists.

Display advertising rates can be found HERE and our quick and easy classified booking form, with examples of classified ad types, can be found HERE .

The first edition of Discover Art will include inspiring and enlightening articles by Lucy Duke and Joe Dowden on watercolour, Thomas Doran and Iain Holman on oils, Anne Davies on acrylics, Rachel Munn on coloured pencils and Susan Murtaugh on iPad art. We will be featuring a round- up of click here to read more…..

Don’t miss out on our special launch issue – we have offered discounts across the board for early adopters of this exciting new launch.

To book your display advertising simply call Mark Galbraith on +44 (0)20 8297 9073 or +44 (0)7545 310 172 today, or email Mark at mark@dmgpublishing.co.uk – for all other enquiries contactben@dmgpublishing.co.uk or call +44 (0)1296 631 273 or +44 (0)7806 299 757

I trust you will consider being part of this exciting new launch and we look forward to speaking with you soon.
Kind regards

Mark Galbraith
Discover Art
+44 (0)20 8297 9073
+44 (0)7545 310 172

Digital format of Discover Art magazine will be available to download free from http://www.bgallery.co.uk soon

bgallery art directory click here to discover how you can be a part of it.

Jeanni’s News …


My art exhibition is still on display at Treliske Hospital but ends soon so please take a peek if you get the chance.

It is along the Trelawney wing by the from entrance …

I also have art on display at Morgan’s gym, Greenbottom, Truro

It you know of any other exhibition areas please tell me!

Extension Art this week

Penzance area    (venue to be confirmed) Sunday 27th  April lunch         11.30 – 2.30

Truro, my house,                                           Tuesday 29th April morning      9.30 – 12.30

Please call or text me to confirm if you are coming and to be given the venue


All the best



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Mohsen Rifaat joins b Gallery Art Directory


Ely Cathedral

Mohsen (Mo) Rifaat was born in Egypt and has resided in Canada since 1968.

He holds degrees in architecture and urban planning, and has enjoyed a wide ranging career takening him to many far-away places.  Although his professional life was mostly in the  business, government and diplomatic worlds,  Mo has never been long removed from his love of art, which was inherited from his late mother, Fatma Rifaat, the celebrated Egyptian artist.

In recent years he specialized in watercolour renderings ranging from buildings and structures, to still life, figure painting and landscapes. He holds regular beginner and advanced pencil drawing and watercolour workshops and work was exhibited in galleries in Egypt, Canada and England.



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www.davidstephensglassart.co.uk – David Stephens

I was born in Cornwall and have lived here all my life.  I studied graphic design at Falmouth Art College and have been a working designer for 27 years.  I live on the north Cornwall coast, a stone’s throw from the beach and the famous Bude Canal nature reserve.  The natural beauty of these surroundings inspire me and I have continued my arts education with further training in slab-built and wheel-thrown ceramics, sculpture techniques, silversmithing and glass fusing (working in the studio of a world-renowned glass artist).  I try to combine various disciplines in my current work with decorative, functional and sculptural elements, various techniques and mixed materials.

I’m a member of the Contemporary Glass Society and, before becoming a full-time glass worker, was a consultant to the architectural glass industry and directly involved in the design of decorative glazing.  This knowledge, combined with my experience in glass fusing techniques, gives me a unique insight into the artistic marriage of architecture and art-glass which I put to good use for my customers.  I am available for commissions and provide design work and comprehensive quotations free of charge.  Please visit my website :- davidstephensglassart.co.uk  to see more of my work or read my blog :- davidstephensglassart.blogspot.co.uk   to read about the philosophy behind my work.


Kjell Folkvord – www.kjell-folkvord.net


Born 1948, Notodden, Norway.  Norwegian abstract artist and poet, from Jaeren, Southwest Norway. First career as a teacher, and headmaster, painting and writing poetry in my spare time. First solo show in 1998, in Odda, Norway. Now a professional artist, working in London at Wimbledon Art Studios.  Kjell works with a range of techniques and implements using acrylic paint on canvas as well as board and paper. Kjell is a colourist, and an expressionist, with few figurative elements in his work.

His last work he called “A Year”. It consists of 12 paintings, one portrait of every month. This series can be seen on his website: http://www.kjell-folkvord.net