The Brian Sinfield Gallery is one of the most prestigious exhibition spaces outside London for contemporary painting and one of the longest established galleries in the Cotswolds. We specialise in 20th Century, traditional and semi-abstract work by mainly British artists, and also hold a select group of sculpture, mainly bronze. Whether working with widely-acclaimed artists or emerging talent, our focus is on depth, tone and originality. Painters we represent include Fred Cuming RA, Saied Dai, Len Tabner, Peter Kuhfeld and Andrew Hemingway.
We offer an exciting exhibition programme with a mix of solo and group shows details of which can be found on the website. The gallery also runs a brokerage service for higher value paintings as an alternative to selling at auction. Among those sold have been works by Elizabeth Blackadder, Mary Fedden, Alfred Munnings, Kyffin Williams, L. S. Lowry and others.
The gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm however appointments can also be made outside these hours if required.
Summer Exhibition in support of Mother of Peace Orphanage
2nd to 29th August 2015
Summer Charity Exhibition in support of Mother of Peace Community. Miranda Marks explains why the gallery has chosen to support this very deserving cause. “Last year my sister Belinda spent a very memorable week in Zimbabwe with the children and she's about to pack her bags and head off again for a fortnight. She came home last year full of wonderful stories of hope and optimism but also stories of extreme sadness and suffering. If I didn't have a very demanding three year old and had less ambitious plans for the gallery I would join her. I may have to delay my visit for a few years but I don't want to delay my support which is why the gallery has chosen to hold this very special Summer Charity Exhibition.” The survival of Mother of Peace Community Zimbabwe depends on donations from well-wishers and supporters. With up to 76 children to care for and in order to provide on-going support MOPC needs reliable funds to meet the running costs. The funds are administered by a UK based board of trustees and are dispensed quarterly. We approached our artists and asked them to paint a new piece of work for this exhibition and with your support we hope to raise substantial funds. The gallery will be donating 50% of all profits from sales of paintings in this exhibition. A number of artists have very kindly donated their painting meaning all proceeds will go to the charity. Thank you in advance for your support.