Hepplestone Fine Art
PUBLISHED: 16:22 08 August 2013 | UPDATED: 17:20 15 May 2015
Founded in 2005 by father and son team Clive and Giles Hepplestone, the gallery was born from a passion for quality art.
As avid collectors, they recognised that the high street was dominated by galleries specialising largely in prints and they sought to bring both affordable and collectable original paintings to Lancashire. The gallery has grown to become one of the leading retail art galleries for original paintings and collectable limited edition prints with collectors from around the world enjoying the eclectic mix of work and a personal service. All of the artwork on display is hand-picked by the Hepplestone team, ensuring a wide selection of both subject matters and styles. From landscape to figurative, oils to pastels, the selection is truly diverse. As the Hepplestone team benefits from a mixture of both tastes and ages, most artistic flavours are covered. Hepplestone’s gallery is located in the grounds of Heskin Hall only three miles off J27 of the M6.
The gallery is open 7 days a week: 9.30am-5.30pm on weekdays, 9.30am to 4.30pm on Saturday, 11.00am-4.00pm on Sunday. As a family-run art gallery, Hepplestone Fine Art is not a high-street chain store experience. With our knowledgeable and approachable staff, we offer a premium service which aims to make the art experience as enjoyable as possible. Whether you are looking for decorative art to complement your home, or art for investment purposes, we are here to offer advice and support. The personal service includes home consultation and approval if required. We believe that the experience of purchasing a piece of art should be enjoyable and fulfilling. Some of the things we offer as well as quality art are: FREE delivery, Interest-FREE credit, FREE home consultation, FREE admission to artist exhibitions & signings, FREE membership on our mailing list, FREE artist information upon request, Collectors art insurance.
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