Friday, 19 October 2012

Exciting changes at Alexandra Galleries

During the coming months Alexandra Galleries will be making changes to its website. We have listened to your feedback and taken on board your comments and will be focusing on bringing you a smaller but more exclusive range of limited edition prints and original works. We will emerge with a collection of new and exciting artists alongside your existing favorites.
We will continue to feature a selection of your favorite open edition prints by local artists such as Alvin Kofi and Carol John, and will bring you their new work as they become available. These changes will take place during the coming months so keep an eye on our website for further developments.

A collection of our discounted posters and African American prints can now be found on our ebay website, recently opened to offer you better value pricing for popular titles. Please visit our ebay shop to find black history titles, music and cultural posters and those hard to find prints that are no longer being published or that have been dis-continued. Keep re-visiting our ebay shop as we add new titles and expand the range. All the items listed on ebay are New (unless otherwise stated) and DISCOUNTED. Stock will be limited so don’t hesitate if you see a Joseph Holston, WAK or Paul Goodnight print at crazy prices – it’s probably the last copy in stock.

Alexandra Galleries have been dealing in black art and representing the work of artists from the diaspora for over 20 years, you can feel confident that when you shop with Alexandra Galleries, you are purchasing art from a well established organisation that strives to ensure the highest level of customer service at all times.

Lorna Graham exhibits at the Dugdale Centre, Enfield as part of London Borough of Enfield's Black History Month celebrations. Lorna took part in our 2010 group exhibition, Sisters in Spirit, alongside Dionne Ible, Munirah Olton, Cezanne and the late Jennifer Lewis plus other female artists at The Original Gallery in Crouch End. Lorna is a talented self-taught artist who works predominantly in acrylics. Her recent exhibitions include the Queens Diamond Jubilee Celebrations in Ponders End, last summer's Unity Art Fair and the 2012 Edmonton Festival. Exhibition runs until 28 October 2012.

Ken McCalla celebrates African Heritage

If you missed artist/sculptor Ken McCalla's open house exhibition, part of the 2012 Wandsworth Artists Open House festival, here is another opportunity to view his work, this time on Sunday 28 October 2012 at the Brockwell Gallery in Herne Hill. Meet Ken, a founding member of Better than Good art group, at this private viewing and see his unique figurative work which will be on sale.