Welcome to CCA Galleries
Established in 1972, CCA Galleries, now nearly fifty years later, is one of the world’s leading fine art publishers, printers and distributers, specialising in limited edition silkscreen prints, lithographs and etchings produced at Worton Hall Studios.
Over time, CCA has built a unique and eclectic archive of original prints and works including Modern British paintings and sculptures by some of Britain’s most respected and eminent artists.
CCA is proud to present the works of Sir Peter Blake, Bruce Mclean, Barbara Rae, Sir Terry Frost, Sandra Blow, Donald Hamilton Fraser, Storm Thorgerson, Dan Baldwin, Nic Fiddian Green, Frank Bowling, Danny Rolph, Lucie Bennett, Jacky Tsai, Lucy Farley, John Piper and many more.
Introducing New Bruce Mclean prints 'Cool White Spring' and 'Red Hot Autumn'
Bruce Mclean’s new limited edition silkscreen prints see the artist continue to gain inspiration from the natural world and his immediate surrounding environment. Created during the lockdown periods of 2020, both images appear to exude a sense of optimism; the crisp, minimal feel of ‘Cool White Spring’ juxtaposing with the vibrant and captivating hues of ‘Red Hot Autumn’.
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Reminiscent of the artist’s bold block-colour works from the early 1960's, this colourful silkscreen by Peter Blake features the image of former American actress Tuesday Weld, who has starred alongside some of the biggest actors in Hollywood including Steve McQueen, Jack Nicholson, Orson Welles and Gregory Peck, as well as Elvis Presley in the 1961 musical-drama ‘Wild in the Country’. Born in 1943, Weld continues to make occasional appearances in film and television.
NHS Charity Portfolio
In 2018, we published a charity portfolio of prints featuring works by different artists including Peter Blake, Chris Orr, Jeremy Deller, Mona Hatoum, David Mach, Elizabeth Magill and Tom Hammick.
Jeremy Deller's contribution was ‘Untitled: Photograph of Aneira Thomas age 5, the first baby born on the NHS’, the title describing the historical event that took place on 5th July 1948, at Glanamman hospital in west Wales. Deller’s piece is a signed limited mirror print on perspex made in collaboration with Fraser Muggeridge © Jeremy Deller and Fraser Muggeridge. Photograph courtesy Aneira Thomas.
Pink Floyd album artist Storm Thorgerson’s ‘Back 2 Back’ silkscreen is taken from one of a series of photographs commissioned by EMI in 1997 to cleverly advertise the release of the band’s back catalogue. Taken at a private indoor pool in Putney, London, by photographer Tony May in 1996, the unknown nude models had the cover art of Pink Floyd albums painted onto their backs by artist Phyllis Cohen. The original concept and design of painting the Pink Floyd album covers on the backs of models was conceived by Finlay Cowan who worked closely with Thorgerson.
‘Delirium (Yellow)’ is part of a suite of prints by Dan Baldwin titled 'Utopia, Delirium and Infatuation' which sees the artist fully embrace the art of the silkscreen medium for the first time. By drawing directly onto True Grain, the high quality drafting film that’s transformed into screens during the printmaking process, Baldwin has created these works from scratch as opposed to using images that have been digitally scanned, meaning that each print has been created by the artist's hand.