Exhibiting On Stand / Berth Nos
Priding ourselves on providing friendly and expert customer service for the best and most exciting art from established, new, local and internationally renowned artists from our Gallery.
At the heart of Eaton Fine art are Carole and Karen Blondel, mother and daughter team who have been familiar faces in the Solihull Fine Art sector for many years, bringing some of the best artworks into new and established collections around the area and beyond. Being part of the local community, Carole and Karen have a keen understanding of what the discerning art buyer is looking for, and over the years have earned a formidable reputation for delivering on client expectations. Recognising a gap in the market, Carole and Karen have a passion to bring the best of modern and contemporary art and artists to a wider market, thus creating Eaton Fine Art.
The Headquarters for Eaton Fine Art are located in the Manor House a stunning 15th century building in the heart of Solihull. Currently the team have promotional space at the Touchwood Shopping centre in Solihull where you can meet the them and see some of our art where our Gallery will eventually be located.
Eaton has been deliberate in creating its brand to exude British style and this starts with the companies crest. The pattern within the crest’s inset is derived from a common feature of jewelled artefacts discovered within the Staffordshire Hoard – some of the earliest and finest quality examples of Anglo-Saxon artistry and craftsmanship. This art may have evolved and changed throughout the ages, but the essential spirit remains the same. The crest represents this continuity of British art from ancient past to modern day.The Anglo-Saxon inspired crown completes the ‘British quality-oriented’ theme.
At the Show:
- Have a number of Original paintings that were commissioned specifically for The Boat Show
- Have the artist Edward Waite on our stand on Sunday 8th doing live painting
- We are running a prize draw for a chance to win “Moby Dick” Limited Edition painting by Mark Davies
Born in the seaside town of Skegness, Edward Waite took an active interest in art from a young age, spending most of his school hours in the art classroom where he would frequently sketch and paint images of life on the coast.