Lemongrove Gallery opens in Marlow

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Lemongrove GallLemongrove Galleryery opened the doors on their new Marlow gallery today, adding to their four other locations in the South East, including one just along the road in Henley.

Terri, an Art Consultant, told us that they had received a fantastic reception from visitors during the day – a warm welcome from residents who were pleased to have a gallery added to the rosta of other shops in Marlow.

Lemongrove specialises in contemporary works – original paintings in oils and acrylics, limited edition prints, and sculptures. Each featured artist is represented by a selection of works, and currently includes  some limited edition prints by household name Rolf Harris.

Other artists that stood out included Rebecca Lardnerwith her quirky and appealing harbour scenes, together with the night-time cityscapes of  both Henderson Cisz and Csilla Orban.

Prices of works currently displayed ranged from around £200 up to an eye-watering £22,000 for one original oil!

Lemongrove Marlow
Terri and Alexandra of Lemongrove, Marlow.

Gallery manager Alexandra Rosca  told us that the display will change regularly, with a variety of special exhibitions lined up –  occasionally including a visit by one of the featured artists. The first of these visits will be on the 20th November, when Philip Gray – well known for his atmospheric seascapes – will be giving a painting demonstration to launch a new exhibition of his work.

Lemongrove are the The Brewery House, 74 High St… or next to Zizzis. On our visit, the atmosphere was relaxed – allowing for enjoyable viewing without undue sales pressure, so why not go and see it for yourself.

Lemongrove Gallery

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded MyMarlow.co.uk in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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