Castle Fine Art – the UK’s leading retail art company – is increasing the size of its Edinburgh gallery with a relocation to a new unit within the exclusive shopping district, Multrees Walk.
The new space in Multrees Walk will showcase a portfolio of limited edition prints, original artworks and sculptures by the likes of Ronnie Wood, Bob Dylan and Billy Connolly, as well as an exciting collection of contemporary artists from the local area including Stuart McAlpine Miller, who was formerly the artist-in-residence at The Savoy in London.
The new gallery boasts two floors of light and bright retail space, high ceilings and wooden floors set against a backdrop of the brand’s signature style of bold colours and rich textures. Following the move, the gallery will now be located between Hugo Boss and Johnstons of Elgin, while other famous neighbours include Harvey Nichols, Burberry and Louis Vuitton.
The Edinburgh relocation comes just as the company is preparing to mark its 25th anniversary; it will employ a team of four staff and joins a portfolio of 40 Castle Fine Art galleries across the UK.
Ian Weatherby-Blythe, Group Managing Director at Castle Fine Art, said:
“It’s no secret that the pandemic has hit the high street hard this year with many long-established brands being forced to close, so we are rightly proud to be bringing some good news to the sector – especially as we celebrate our 25thbirthday this year. We are so pleased to be relocating to a bigger unit within Multrees Walk, it has been a fantastic home to us and is renowned for its unrivalled shopping experience and impeccable customer service.”
“Making art accessible to everyone has always been the cornerstone of our business; with more people working from home we have found they want to be surrounded by beauty, interest and something out of the ordinary, and our collections provide just that. We are able to offer customers a real immersive experience when they shop with us, and our team of consultants has extensive knowledge on the works we have on offer as well as what pieces work best in what spaces. So even if you’re a newcomer to art collecting, we have the expertise to help point you in the right direction, whatever your budget or style.”
The new Castle Fine Art gallery will open on Thursday 26th November at 20 Multrees Walk, St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH1 3DQ. For enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0131 261 9181.
For more details on Castle Fine Art visit http://www.castlefineart.com.