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Posted October 21, 2019 by New Blood Art

Small is Beautiful

It’s not always easy finding the space to hang large statement pieces and with this in mind I’ve put together a collection of small-scale work. There’s an intimacy that comes with work on a smaller scale and a versatility too – as you can re-arrange your collection more easily over time… View all works under 50cm x 50cm. […]





Posted April 10, 2019 by New Blood Art

The Eternal Smile: How words inspire…

There are plenty of overlaps between art forms… particularly between literature and visual art, and as it’s National Poetry Month – yes, there is such a thing (!) and as this influence often goes unseen… I wanted to shine a light on the many ways in which words inspire our artists. For Toni Cogdell, poetry […]





Posted April 3, 2019 by New Blood Art

Keeping it real..

I saw an Instagram post recently – a photograph of the contents of a fallen packet of spaghetti. The strands of pasta had landed in a wigwam-shaped pile and the caption joked that the results had awarded him an Art MFA. It made me chuckle – especially as degree show season is about to start […]





Posted January 26, 2018 by New Blood Art

Artists as Curators: Nicola Wiltshire’s – New Blood Art Eight

It’s rather wonderful to see how artists collect art – which artists they choose to collect, are inspired by and want to surround themselves with. Artists are curators by nature, so to see their collections, curated with their particular aesthetic vision – is a real treat.. With this in mind, we’ll be bringing to you […]





Posted January 11, 2018 by New Blood Art

U L T R A V I O L E T – Pantone Colour of 2018

Pantone describe their 2018 Colour of the Year as “A dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade”, PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.” View a selection of original work with this shade of ultra violet apparent:                      





Posted April 10, 2017 by New Blood Art

G A R D E N S

Our gardens are beginning to come to life again..  View original art on the theme of gardens, flowers and foliage.. why not bring some of this life, colour and magic into your interior spaces and enjoy it all year round? Royal Gardens By Carlos San Millan £540 Pink Fit By Orlanda Broom £1350 1000 Summer Evenings […]





Posted March 28, 2017 by New Blood Art

Small-scale work by collectable artists

See a selection of smaller-scale collectable art by a range of artists including Janine Hall who was selected to exhibit at FBA Futures 2017, Anna McNeil and John Clark – both finalists for the 2017 Lynn Painter Stainers Prize and Orlanda Broom who is fast becoming increasingly collectable with many exhibitions, a recent prestigious large […]





Posted February 7, 2017 by New Blood Art

Original art for your Valentine

The gift of art is romantic at any time of year and especially so on Valentines Day, perhaps, in part, because of its enduring quality. 
We’ve put together a few original artworks that directly or obliquely speak about love.. Romantic Landscape By John Clark £220   Last Station By Christopher Jenkins £1850   Hot Mess […]





Posted January 25, 2017 by New Blood Art

Greenery

Greenery Pantone have named ’Greenery’ as colour of the year for 2017. Greenery is a ”fresh and zesty yellow-green shade” a shade that many of us would think of as apple green. We think all shades of green will have their moment this year and that you’ll be seeing green in all its guises enhancing interior spaces. Original art is […]





Posted February 19, 2016 by New Blood Art

Art that lingers..

Inspired by a comment John Clark made recently about having an ambition “to make work that has the same lingering impact that some songs do or a good book..” we recently got into an interesting conversation at New Blood Art with our artists on this topic – about what makes art resonate in this way.. John went on to […]