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The Dazzle Alphabet Letter A
The Dazzle Alphabet Letter A
Dream Gardens Mono 1
Dream Gardens Mono 1
Road to Zennor Mono 2
Road to Zennor Mono 2
Mines Towards Zennor by Lucy Farley
Mines Towards Zennor by Lucy Farley
Horse at Water (silkscreen edition)
Horse at Water (silkscreen edition)
Tree by Guy Yanai
Tree by Guy Yanai

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New Releases from CCA Galleries

CCA Galleries is delighted to be launching new releases by PETER BLAKE, NIC FIDDIAN-GREEN, BRUCE MCLEAN and LUCY FARLEY. Launched at the LONDON ORIGINAL PRINT


Spanish Dreams, Terry Frost (2003)

With Valentines Day just around the corner we thought we’d share the love by giving you a tour of some

Worried About Buying Art Online?

(Ceanthru Thaidg by Barbara Rae)

Worried about buying artwork online?

Buying an artwork is a very personal investment. Although we do our best to display

‘Venice Suite’ by Peter Blake.

(Dancing Over Venice)

The Venice Suite has been one of Peter Blake’s most popular editions of recent years. Most of these jewel-like small prints are

Sandra Blow: Scion of the St Ives Set and First Woman to Blaze the Trail of Abstract Art

When looking at an artwork by Sandra Blow the viewer will experience an emotional reaction.  Her work can be meditative, sensual, uplifting. For many of

Introducing Rose Blake

We are delighted to publish a new series by Rose Blake: ‘Wall Art’. We had a chat with Rose to find out more about her

The making of ‘Craig’s Canary’ by Peter Blake at Huguenot Editions-

We visited Huguenot Editions at Worton Hall Studios while Peter Blake’s new etching edition was being made- 

Craigie’s Canary, 2016

Peter Blake

Hand-finished Etching


NEW by Lucy Farley: ‘Memory of Penwith’ and ‘Mines Towards Zennor’. The artist talks about her Cornish inspirations.

The Merry Maidens of Boleigh, Penwith

LUCY FARLEY’S latest silkscreen editions are from a series of works inspired by Cornwall’s most western peninsular ‘The Living Stones’.

A Quick Guide to Printmaking Terminology.

Artists’s Proof/AP

You may see the letters AP on the bottom left of a print where you would normally expect the edition number to be.


Henry Jabbour

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