|Artistic flair has arrived at Sanderson Arcade19 Jan 2023Fine art galley, Tallantyre, opened their new and exciting pop-up exhibition within Sanderson Arcade yesterday [18th January]. |
The Morpeth-based, family-run business first opened its doors on Newgate Street in the early fifties and has remained a family run business over 70 years later, becoming a popular favourite for art enthusiasts in the region.
Tallantyre has shown collections, and sourced work for clients, from both local and international artists including many collectable artists such as Alexander Millar, Leigh Lambert and Rozanne Bell. The gallery prides itself on providing high quality pieces ranging from hundreds of pounds to pieces worth over five figures from their high street locations with a team that offers exceptional customer care.
With 2.8 million people visiting the Arcade last year, the owners at Tallantayre are hoping their pop-up shop will grow awareness of their gallery and increase their popularity.
Owner, Martin Tallantyre, said: “Our main gallery is based on the opposite side of Morpeth so we have chosen to create a pop-up shop in Sanderson Arcade to make use of the large windows in the store to showcase our work to a wider audience in hope of acquiring new clients.”
Tallantyre have an enviable collection of local and international artwork in which they showcase at prestigious Art Fairs around the world.
These include the Affordable Art Fairs in London and Bristol, as well as other independent shows across the UK, Ireland and Australia.
Lottie Thompson, Centre Manager at Sanderson Arcade, said: “It is great to see some fantastic art pieces light up the Arcade as well as bringing something new to the centre. I wish them the best of luck and hope the Arcade can help them grow their client base.”