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For Arts Sake started life in Hendon in 1978 and quickly established a reputation for supplying quality artwork and a custom framing service both to it's retail and corporate clients. They opened their second gallery in Ealing in 1984, which now houses one of the largest collections of printmaker's works for sale.
The company has worked with many of the country's leading architects and designers in supplying artwork and framing services to hotels, hospitals, restaurants and care homes.
In Octcober 2009, For Arts Sake held their first exhibition by Sir Peter Blake with a percentage of profits being donated to The Nightingale Project Charity. The exhibition began with a private view exclusive to our mailing list, where Sir Peter Blake himself attended and was able to sign books. This included a tour of the CCA Art Bus, a travelling exhibition of Sir Peter Blake's work.
Above: Sir Peter Blake signing Above: CCA Art Bus
Following the success of our First Exhibition, in November 2009, we held a second exhibition by acclaimed artist Anita Klein. The exhibition included some of her very latest works, including her latest book which was available for purchase. Once again, Anita Klein was able to attend the private view and speak with those interested in her works.
The exhibition included ceramics by Jane Muir, a ceramicist who specialises in hand painted figures representing a witty and uncluttered observation of the world.