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.
CCA CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN
Join us in the countdown to Christmas with the CCA advent calendar,
featuring ideas for special gifts, stocking fillers, and some of our bestselling works of 2021.
Today's advent surprise is Lucie Bennett's 'Cleo'
23 DAYS TO GO!
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Our next featured work in the CCA Advent Calendar is @louisecattrell’s wintery ‘Sea Rock’, a signed, limited edition silkscreen published in 2017.
Inspired by the natural landscape, Cattrell’s work often focuses on where the boundaries of the sea, sky, and land come together. Drawing, tone and colour are fused together to create spectacular abstract landscapes, the artist’s visions are interpreted through tender brushstrokes and a dreamy colour palette.
We’ll be featuring one artwork per day in the run up to Christmas and the holiday season. Keep an eye out for stocking filler ideas as well as special gifts for loved ones.
‘Sea Rock’ is available to purchase from our website for just £395 - click on the image to view and buy online.
CCA ADVENT CALNDAR - 25 DAYS TO GO
December is here! Starting from today, in true Advent Calendar style, we’ll be featuring one artwork per day in the run up to Christmas and the holiday season. Works featured will include ideas for stocking fillers and special gifts for loved ones as well as wintery-themed editions and big ticket pieces just for fun.
First up is a little stocking filler idea: @peterblakeartist’s ‘Replay Postcards’ box set, featuring all the images from Sir Peter Blake's iconic Replay portfolio: 'La Vern Baker', 'Girlie Door', 'Kim Novak', 'Milkmaids', 'Fine Art Bits', 'I Love You, Billy Rainbow', 'Tuesday Weld', 'Kandy', 'Marilyn', 'Marilyn's Door', and 'Wink'.
The cards are unsigned and unlimited, but can be purchased for just £15. Click on the image to view and purchase through our website.
British artist Sir Terry Frost RA (1915-2003) was a leading figure in British abstract art, and one of the most significant printmakers of the twentieth century. His work predominantly reflects his gratitude and joie de vivre at having survived the horrific experience of wartime incarceration for four years during WW2. Full of colour, light and the pleasure of existence, his work reflects what he described as “a sense of delight in front of nature”.
In his 'Development of a Square within a Square’ series, Terry Frost experiments with shape and colour, basing the composition around its main shapes and forms. A green diamond fills the centre of the image creating a starling contrast to the red, and Frost bounces irregular semi-circles of red, orange, blue and black around the edges of the diamond.
'Development of a Square within a Square (Red)' is a signed, limited edition abstract silkscreen print published in 1999. Click on the image to view and purchase through our website, or go to link in bio to see the full series.
NHS 70TH Anniversary Portfolio
Bed Springs (blue) is a signed limited edition lithograph print by Mona Hatoum made especially for our NHS 70th Anniversary Portfolio, released in 2018 to raise funds for the @nhs.
Hatoum said of the project: "As an artist who often uses furniture and everyday objects in my work, for this print project I felt it appropriate to make a specific reference to beds. The image is created using bed springs that have been removed from the confinement of the metal bed frame and placed on a sheet of paper. I then sprayed over the springs with a spray can to create a negative image to achieve a photogram or an X-ray-like image. For the final lithographic print, I decided to use blue ink in order for it to resemble a photographic cyanotype print. I was very happy to be invited to contribute to this print project to support the NHS, such a necessary and worthy service."
Click on the image to view and purchase through our website, or go to link in bio to see the full NHS Anniversary portfolio.