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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Extended Booking Dates at Worton Hall Studios!
Thanks to everyone who came down to view framed works at Worton Hall Studios for ‘London Original Print Week’. We loved having you so much that we’ve decided to extend our booking dates and will be opening the studios for visitors until the end of June!
Happy Birthday Paul Huxley!
Happy Birthday to the one and only Paul Huxley, who is 83 today!
NHS 70th Anniversary Portfolio
'In Two Parts’ is a signed limited edition lithograph print by Irish painter and printmaker Elizbath Magill made especially for our NHS 70th Anniversary Portfolio.
Storm Thorgerson’s image for ‘Opposites (Biffy Tree)’ is based on both the concept of the tree of life, a common symbolic reference in many cultures and religions, and the votive or wishing tree, which often has objects hung from it, such as coins, padlocks or notes. Here Thorgerson chose to create a tree of death rather than of life; a tree concerned with disconnectedness rather than interconnectedness, with glass bones hung to it and scissors lying at its base as if fallen. Created for Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro’s 2013 album ‘Opposites’, no computer manipulation was used to achieve the image; the tree was physically built and transported to Iceland where the photography took place.