Where Can I See and Buy Original Work?

Gallerina
33-37 Duke Street
Darlington DL3 7RX
01325 363635
www.gallerina.co.uk
A lovely Gallery that seems to go from strength to strength: Always changing, growing, expanding, and what a wonderful collection of work to discover ! They have a large selection of my limited edition prints in stock (some exclusive to Gallerina), as well as original work. They are, they tell me, awfully nice people. Welcoming, friendly and only a little silly.
The Art Movement
Milly Girardot
61 Queenstown Road
SW8 3RG
Tel: 07973 692494
www.art-movement.com
The Art Movement was launched in 1995 as a Fine Art Consultancy and Art & Dining Club by Camilla, a lovely, dynamic, hardworking woman who has been selling my work for longer than we care to remember. In fact, she was right there at the beginning before Mr Mustard had even been invented. After 19 years of exhibiting at Art Fairs worldwide and curating exhibitions all over London, they have just opened their doors to their first actual gallery in Battersea. They have a stock of original work and prints. Take a look at their website to see what's coming up.
John Noott Galleries
Broadway Modern, 10 The Green, Broadway Worcestershire WR12 7AA

Broadway Editions Gallery, 14 Cotswold Court, Broadway, Worcestershire
01386 858969/ 854868
www.john-noott.com
A lovely Gallery in a beautiful part of the world: worth an overnight stay I'd say (and may I heartily recommend Russels of Broadway next door, "a Restaurant with Rooms", and I really can't say what I like best, the food or the decor...). The Gallery staff are friendly and professional. Mandy (Ms Gallery Noott) is exceptionally nice and has a keen eye for a Toftie masterpiece. There are two Galleries: Broadway Modern for original work, and Cotwold Court for prints, where I had my very first One Man Show back in 1066.
Panter & Hall
11-12 Pall Mall SW1Y 5LU
www.panterandhall.com
In the heart of big London nestles this lovely little gallery, full of treasures and with Toftie masterpieces lurking in the woodshed. A lovely place to pop in and visit, and they may make you a cuppa in a Mustard mug if you ask nicely.

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