Art Hound Gallery
The Art Hound is a Contemporary Art gallery with a fast-growing international reputation for Pop and Urban Art genres. Dedicated to showcasing emerging and established artists working in cutting edge printmaking and painting, neon light art and other experimental techniques and concepts, as an independent gallery, it packs a hefty punch!
Established in London in 2012, the gallery is now based just outside Cambridge, with easy access from London, and is a unique urban art experience in a country setting.
The Art Hound represents some of the most exciting names in the Contemporary art world, such as Lauren Baker, Simon Freeborough and David Studwell, with major exhibitions both in the gallery, London and worldwide. With its own print studio, the Art Hound also does a lot to support the careers of up and coming urban and street artists by releasing new prints and giving their work a new audience.
Music is a lynch pin to the Art Hound, with the gallery representing Terry Pastor, the artist behind David Bowie’s Hunky Dory and Ziggy Stardust, and features many exclusive works directly connected to Punk, Rock and Hip Hop.
The gallery also houses a large collection of works for sale by internationally recognised artists such as Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Tracey Emin and Banksy; Modern Masters such as Matisse, Picasso and Dali, as well as Abstract Art and American Pop Art.
Led by a small expert team (and a greyhound), who are always on hand to discuss art investment and artistic process, the gallery offers bespoke framing and a personalised ‘at home’ service for private and commercial premises to build a serious collection. Most works are available to purchase via the Own Art scheme – an initiative that makes buying contemporary art and craft affordable to help get your collection started.
Remember too, as well as art, the team love dogs, so if you have your own hound - bring them along too!
Burwash Manor, New Road
Tel: 01223 262033
Tel: 07958 704 359
Note: The gallery is open on Mondays by appointment only.
Always best to check holiday opening times.