Original Art In Bury On Display At Masa-UK

Bury based Art Gallery MASA-UK has recently exhibited at both the Manchester and Harrogate Art Fairs and are now offering the opportunity for visitors to view original artworks that were on display at the events.
Local art lovers are invited to the three-floor gallery in Bolton Street, where they pride themselves on continuously presenting new and established artists not only to Bury but also to visitors from Lancashire and Greater
Manchester. Among the artists on display is Rafael who the owners first saw alongside and in perfect harmony with Dali’s sculptures in Marbella. Matija Sapundzieska told Your Local BURY “The process of getting these wonderful artworks from
Spain, Andalusia has not been plain sailing. After a long, stressful and costly struggle, we have managed to bring these artworks to be seen by the North West art lovers”
The newest addition for the Christmas season is the Coastal Landscape exhibition by Teeside based Stephen Stott. He is a graduate with a First Class BA(Hons) in Fine Arts and Stephen’s artworks are consistently researching the effects of the light upon coastal landscapes. His art proved very popular while exhibited at numerous art fairs and art galleries and proudly hangs in art collector’s houses in both the UK and worldwide.
Stephen also exhibited his paintings at this year’s Manchester Art Fair and was loved by the visitors.
In addition to these two new artists, visitors can enjoy original art by over 20 local and international artists throughout 3 floors at the Gallery.
Alongside the art on display, they also have some quirky, vibrant, hand-picked sculptures and hand-made gifts, which will make perfect presents for loved ones for this Christmas season.

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