Argentea Gallery Gallery Discounts

It’s a testing time for all of us at the moment and we hope you’re all managing to stay safe, well and, not least, sane!   
We all know that art has huge therapeutic potential benefiting physical, mental and social health – especially during this period of isolation it offers a strong way to connect.  Although the gallery remains closed for exhibitions, we are delighted to be able to offer you the following discounts on our artists’ work.
Gallery Discount
To support our artists during this difficult time, we are delighted to offer a gallery discount of 20% on selected work held in our print room. This discount will be fully borne by the gallery and will run from 1-30 June only.

To enquire e-mail:
 or call +44 (0)7985 575377

Viewing appointments are also available for interested buyers.

To minimise the chain of contact for shipping, any framed works will be collection only from the gallery by appointment. 
Paul Kenny Discount
In 2018 we exhibited a selection of Paul Kenny’s stunning prints in his solo exhibition Mapping the Strandline.  Paul has reduced the price of his remaining framed works by  50% – yes 50%!  Click the link to see what’s still available.

To enquire e-mail:
or call +44 (0)7985 575377

Viewing appointments are also available for interested buyers.

All work will be collection only from the gallery by appointment.
Paul Hill – Coming soon
 We are thrilled to announce that this summer we will have a diverse selection of Paul Hill’s prints for sale in our print room.

During a career that spans more than 50 years, Hill’s work has been a major influence on contemporary British photography and is held in some of the most prestigious national and international collections such as the V&A Museum London, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Australian National Gallery, Canberra. In 1994 he was awarded an MBE for services to photography.

‘Hill tackles life’s big subjects but his approach is oblique, evocative, always pointing beyond, which is why he moves us. ‘If a camera could capture poetry, this might well be what it would look like’.  The Guardian (6th September 2008)

More details coming soon.  
Sayako Sugawara – Q&A

In our ongoing series of Q&As, we’ve been speaking to our artists about their practice and how lockdown has impacted their creativity.  This month our focus is on the work of Sayako Sugawara.  If you’ve not had the chance yet, read about her work here: