The UK’s top retail art company, Castle Fine Art, is celebrating 25 years of success on the high street and will be marking its landmark anniversary with a look back on some of its finest artists and collections. Over the last quarter of a century, Castle Fine Art has showcased a portfolio of limited-edition prints, original artworks and sculptures from the best contemporary artists around the world.
Launched in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1995, the brand has gone on to establish itself as experts in the accessible art market and now boasts 40 prime high street locations across the UK, including London, Edinburgh, and its flagship store in Birmingham.
From exhibiting the work of exceptional contemporary artists to the specialist knowledge of its consultants, Castle Fine Art’s network of galleries has built a strong reputation for offering clients exclusivity, the very best in customer service and an immersive shopping experience.
Since its launch, the team has welcomed thousands of customers, including a host of celebrity clients, supported countless charities, seen their work featured in the national press, as well as displayed in homes and venues across the world. It has showcased an ever-expanding portfolio of limited-edition prints, original artworks and sculptures by cultural icons Bob Dylan, Billy Connolly and Ronnie Wood, as well as developed the careers of now globally collected artists such as Raphael Mazzucco, Paul Kenton, Stuart McAlpine Miller and Nic Joly.
Ian Weatherby-Blythe, Group Managing Director at Castle Fine Art, commented:
“Despite it being a very difficult year for retail we are enormously proud to have maintained our strong position on the high street, and this success has been thanks not only to our amazing artists and staff but also our loyal customers. Over the last 25 years it has been wonderful to see our art transform the homes of our clients.
“Working with some of the biggest names in the industry has been a real privilege, while nurturing the careers of so many home-grown artists and allowing them to be seen by a wider audience has been our honour. In our journey to make art accessible to everyone we have grown into the country’s leading retail art company, something every member of our team is rightly proud of.”
Castle Fine Art’s anniversary celebrations have been kick-started by messages of congratulation and celebration from a number of their talented artists, which will be featured in online videos on the website: bit.ly/38GYWwa