Majestic Room Tewin Bury Farm

Welcome to Common Room Projects art at Tewin Bury Farm. We are a local husband and wife art business (we live just across the road from the farm), working with a variety of international artists and galleries. We have chosen the art in your room and hope you enjoy it! Some of the art is for sale, some is on display from our own collection. We can help source similar art, just get in touch. Read more about us here.

Artist: Trevor Jones
Title: Rose III, IV, V

Year: 1993
Edition: 50
Medium: Screenprint with woodblock
Price: £1,200 each inc VAT.
We have four prints in total (one not displayed) – all 4 prints can be purchased for £4,000.

Trevor Jones has exhibited widely throughout the UK and abroad, including solo exhibitions at the ICA, Flowers East in London, John Moores Exhibition in Liverpool, British Painting at the Hayward Gallery, Glass Mountain Gallery and Flowers West in Connecticut, USA, and a British Council traveling exhibition to Canada. Trevor’s work is in numerous public and private collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Unilever, Scottish National Gallery of Art and Contemporary Arts Society.Trevor Jones studied at the Royal College of Art from 1965-68, and has taught Painting and Fine Art throughout his career at various Universities, including Slade School of Art, Royal College of Art and St Martin’s School of Art. He was a leading figure in the Painting Department of Camberwell School of Art for over 25 years.

Artist: John Hoyland
Title: The Red Boat

Year: 1999
Edition: 300
Medium: Screenprint with woodblock
Price: Not for sale but we can source similar works.

John Hoyland (b.1934 Sheffield, UK – d.2011 London, UK) was one of the most inventive and dynamic abstract painters of the post-war period. Over the span of more than a half-century his art and attitudes constantly evolved. A distinctive artistic personality emerged, concerned with colour, painterly drama, with both excess and control, with grandeur and above all, with the vehement communication of feeling.

Retrospectives of his paintings have been held at the Serpentine Gallery (1979), the Royal Academy (1999) and Tate St Ives (2006). In 1982 he won the John Moores Painting Prize and in 1998 the Royal Academy’s Wollaston Award.

His works are held in many public and private collections including the Tate and Damien Hirst‘s Murderme Collection.