25 Squared our 25th Anniversary Exhibition

We are Celebrating 25 years as

The first and foremost “peoples” Fine Art Gallery in the UAE

with an Exhibition entitled

25 Squared

A Collective Installation of over 150 identically sized and  framed works

from over 40 artists

all of whom we have represented over the years.

The grand opening is on Saturday November 1st 2014

From 10 am – 6pm

Works can be purchased singly or in multiples

click here to see the complete collection

Whats more ?

we have just opened our ART SHACK adjacent to the gallery Crammed with bargains galore from all of your favorite artists




Sue Casson


Sue traces her love of the outdoors and wildlife to Kenya where she was raised and lived for twenty three years.  The Public response to exhibitions of her work in the Kings Road, Chelsea encouraged her to take up art as a career in 1972. In order to refine her technique, she studied painting in oils under Robin Goodwin who also instructed David Shepherd after which she returned to Kenya. Here she had the ideal opportunity to paint and observe animals at close quarters. Since 1980, Sue has been based in the Cotswold’s, England, making frequent trips abroad for exhibitions and to gather material. She now concentrates on Arabian subject matter, portraits, wildlife, dogs and landscapes.  Her drawings are in conté chalk, ink and watercolour. Although she no longer paints in oils, her oil paintings can be found on the walls of art collectors worldwide.  Sue has had a long association with the Majlis Gallery in Dubai and has made many trips to UAE over the years finding endless sources of inspiration: desert scenes with spectacular lighting, shady wadis, camel camps, and beached dhows, fishermen bringing in the catch, the colourful souk and the exotic atmosphere of the entire region. In March 1997 Sue was one of 35 British artists invited by The Majlis Gallery to exhibit in the first New Orientalist exhibition held in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

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Spencer W Tart

Spencer W Tart (also known as Bill ) was born in Chesterfield, England. He qualified as an architect and worked for many years in Canada and the USA before returning to Bath, England where he now lives.

In 1980 Spencer was invited to work as an architect on a conservation study of the historic city of Old Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. This was his introduction to the Middle East, which has remained the main subject matter of his work. Whilst sketching and painting was always a small part of his work as an architect, this quickly became more serious and interest in his watercolour paintings grew quickly during the 1980’s.

His continued explorations have taken him to many different regions across the Middle East, where the different architectural styles and spectacular geographical features have provided constant inspiration. His work has become a valuable record of the architectural heritage of Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E. and the Oman.

Many of the Suks, landscapes and street scenes in Dubai, Bahrain, Riyadh, Jeddah and Muscat have proved to be very popular with both the local and ex-patriot communities. His style of watercolour continues to be admired wherever he exhibits, and his pictures feature in many private collections of discerning buyers around the world. Many are now an accurate historical record of a bygone age.

His work is exhibited in selected galleries across the Middle East on a continuous basis.

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Paul Wadsworth

The desert landscape surrounding Dubai and the lush Hajar Mountains inspire many of the works; particularly the small, coastal enclave of Oman, the Mussandam with its stunning rock faces that through the process of time have produced a diversity of patterns, colours and shapes. Signs of ancient and present dwellings exist, mainly fishing villages that seem to merge into the mountains.

Painting out in the landscape in is a great inspiration; the moods of the sea, the big skies, deserts changing colour through the day, The tools Paul uses are brushes, pallet knives, large paint scrapers and quite often his hands. Paint is applied and quite often scraped off then reapplied until he can feel his way into the painting. This process can sometimes take awhile before something starts to happen on the canvas. He aims not to start a painting with too many preconceptions thus allowing for the work to change and develop with as much freedom as possible.

In his words “A painting is a combination of many things but, for me, becomes finished when a balance of chaos and control is found through the use of composition, colour, movement and self.” A highly likeable character who lives life to the full Paul is a serious painter with a serious following but such fun too.

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