Here we have links to some of the artists and galleries we work with. Please mention our website if you contact any of those listed. If you an artist we work with and wish to be listed please  contact us in the normal way.


Dai David Art.

Dai’s subject matter ranges from days out on the fabulous beaches of his native Wales, to beautiful, intimate moments which both reveal and express his love for music.  His work has sold throughout the UK and can be found in private collections in New York, North Carolina, San Francisco, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Slovenia, Australia and New Zealand.

Dai David holds exhibitions regularly in the UK in private galleries and museums, as well as major London Art Fairs. Most  notable amongst these are the 20/21 International Art Fair, the London Affordable Art Fair and the Chelsea Fine Art Show. Dai also shows his work in Greece and Galleria Rossocinabro, Rome. Please click on the ‘Exhibitions‘ button to view a select list of previous and current venues showing his work.

Mumbles by Dai David Art

Colin Davies.

Colin Davies is a contemporary fine artist living in Wales. Using mainly oil and acrylic paints, Colin’s rich and expressive style is created with the generous application of paint using a swift, tumultuous sweep of a palette knife, often followed with more detailed brushwork application.

Inspired by the beautiful coastline and mountains of Wales, much of his work depicts the power and vitality of the ocean. His atmospheric representation of the drama and rugged beauty of the Gower coastline, in particular, is regularly exhibited and increasingly collected across the UK and internationally.

Evening Walk to Langland by Colin Davies

David Williams.

David is an artist living and working in Neath. The landscapes of South and West Wales, and predominately the Vale of Neath provide the inspiration for his painting. His current body of work captures it’s fields, mountains and forest roads, with which he feels a great connection with this landscape as a result of observing it in its many varied weather conditions.

Davids paintings start with sketches on site with the oil painting completed in the studio. The palette knife has always been a favourite tool with oil paint the ideal companion in creating the thick layers in interpreting the landscape’s textures and forms.

Davids work can currently be seen and available to purchase from the Queen Street Gallery in Neath, South and the Albany Gallery in Cardiff.

Nick Holly.

Nick studied at the Swansea School of Art and Design, leaving in 1988, and he secured his first solo show in an art gallery in 1998. He is now widely recognized as of the UK’s most accomplished artists. He regularly shows his work in galleries across Wales and London.

His early work depicted scenes of traditional Welsh life and landscapes such as streets of terrace houses, similar to the area was he was brought up. More recently he has started to incorporate people in his paintings, conveying the life of the communities in which he lives. With his interest in capturing scenes of gritty Welsh life he has become known as a chronicler or urban life in post-industrial Wales. Reviewers have compared his work to artist L. S. Lowry.