Angelika Anastasis

Colour and Vitality

No shy shrinking violet, Durban artist Angelika Anastasis’s exuberance is matched by her canvases – bold, bright and bursting with warmth,colour and vitality.  Describing herself as an artists, writer and seeker, do visit her website https://www.angelikaanastasis.com/ to get more of an insight into her story, inspiration and beliefs. I loved my visit to her spacious…

Helping Rhinos

Supporting Helping Rhinos

Fillingdon Fine Art is delighted to announce its support for Helping Rhinos https://www.helpingrhinos.org/ – an international charity aiding rhino conservation in Africa.  A worthy cause making a difference across the region, the charity has its next fundraising event in London on Thursday 2nd April – a talk entitled “Creating a Rhino Stronghold” with keynote contributions…

announcing a sale

SALE!

To make way for new work, we are having our first-ever, one-off sale!  Open now for online enquiries only and with 30% off for a limited period, this is your chance to purchase beautiful, quality original paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and craft at very affordable prices.  Obviously and sadly the gallery is temporarily closed, but…

Sue Maclaurin

Big voyage for a little ele

Two years ago a customer purchased from us a beautiful oil painting by Mary-Jane Alexander and one of Sue Maclaurin’s cute bronze baby elephants.  On the move she asked me to keep them until she stopped travelling.  Last September she contacted me to say she was residing in Adamstown on the Pitcairn Islands and could…

Supporting Farm Africa

‘Looking for a small hands-on charity to support, Farm Africa seemed like the ideal choice.’  Fillingdon Fine Art has been a proud supporter of Farm Africa for 25 years, and we are grateful to all our customers who make generous donations in exchange for refreshments at our exhibitions.  Follow this link https://www.farmafrica.org/featured-fundraiser/fillingdon-fine-art to read of…

sable

Impressive new collection by Karen Laurence-Rowe

Introducing an incredible new collection of work by Kenyan wildlife artist Karen Laurence-Rowe, encompassing dramatic oils, delicate watercolours, exciting mixed media paintings and affordable limited edition prints.  It is well worth viewing the detail in these beautiful pieces by this highly accomplished and sought after artist.  On show daily from Saturday16th – Saturday 30th November…