‘Painting, to me, should be a very natural process, without the restraints of gimmick and style; it is an infinite language of expression, only I find it much more comforting than using words’. Reuben Colley
Over the past 22 years Reuben Colley has captured the ever evolving Urban Landscapes of cities across the world, mainly concentrating & known for paintings of his home city of Birmingham. Through many sell out exhibitions & collections Reuben has constantly explored areas of his painting to capture atmosphere & mood. This archive of works, some from our own gallery collection, some from private collections that are now again offered for sale, shows the amazing talent & diversity of this artist.
These artists present us with different visions of women’s lives. Both of them provoke questions, and invite us to look at their work again and again.
How should women’s experience be depicted in art? Since the 1970s, the feminist art movement has blown apart traditional assumptions, rejecting the ‘male gaze’ of artists who presented women as objects. Colley Ison Gallery is proud to present work by these female artists who explore women’s lives in exciting and contrasting ways.
Colley Ison Gallery are major dealers in works by artists such as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, David Hockney,
We hold a fantastic collection of Silkscreens by one of the most famous artists of the 20th Century, Andy Warhol.
This collection of works - from an original canvas to unique works on paper and signed silkscreen editions - spans his whole career.
from the iconic 'Tattooed Woman Holding a Rose' and 'In the Bottom of My Garden - complete book' through to the iconic 'Electric Chair' and 'Mick Jagger'. Our Andy Warhol collection also features two Lenin pieces from 1987. Black Lenin is signed by Andy Warhol himself, whilst Red Lenin is Estate Stamped as the artist sadly passed away before he was able to sign it.