Unbelievably Under £1,000

Learn which pieces we're obsessed with from our collection of artwork priced under £1,000.

At Hancock Gallery, we believe that art should be accessible to everyone, regardless of budget. That's why we've carefully curated this collection to offer an array of stunning paintings, sculptures, and more, each with a price tag that won't break the bank.

Whether you're a seasoned collector looking to expand your portfolio or a first-time buyer eager to adorn your walls with something special, you'll find plenty to inspire and delight within our affordable range. Join us as we explore the beauty and diversity of art that's both accessible and extraordinary.


Sam Wood

The artwork below titled 'Yellow Hat,' has been skilfully painted by Newcastle-based artist, Sam Wood. This portrayal captures a scene within the confines of a museum, depicting two figures amidst a traditionally presented picture room. This setting resonates with a broad audience, whether one is an art enthusiast, a student embarking on a class trip or a museum staff member. We've all experienced such moments, awestruck by grandeur paintings adorned with ornate gold frames against walls painted in deep, rich hues.

What sets Sam's work apart is the candid and authentic portrayal of this familiar environment, highlighted by the vibrant pop of yellow from the hat. The inclusion of sandals and socks adds a charming touch, as does the contemporary attire of the figure caught in mid-motion to the left. Upon closer examination, Wood's paintings reveal intricate details that begin to weave a narrative, with elements such as the socks and sandals contributing to this storytelling.


Sally Grant

Sally Grant has mastered her own artistic practice over the course of fourteen years. Each sculpture begins with a clay model, enabling her to capture a spontaneous and fluid form. Following several stages of refinement, this initial clay form is then cast into either bronze or resin. Sally devotes months to completing each piece to her exceptionally high standards.

'Suppose' is among Sally's smaller pieces in our gallery, but it holds a cherished status as one of our favourites. Crafted from iron resin, this artwork beckons viewers to engage with it physically; resisting this temptation proves challenging! The material's tactile quality exudes a warm, unrefined tone, as if the sculpture emerged directly from nature in its present state. Sally consistently demonstrates her adeptness in sculpting organic, sensual forms, evident in both her modest and monumental work. 


Petra Schott

Abstract art often evokes diverse opinions, as is common with all forms of art, being inherently subjective and influenced by individual tastes. Yet, Petra Schott stands out as an abstract artist who unifies audiences. Her work resonate deeply with her personal emotions and life encounters. Each stroke on the canvas symbolises both elements of a landscape or narrative and the raw emotions that surface.

'Finding Balance III' is one piece within a series of four oil paintings on canvas, available for purchase either as a cohesive set or as individual pieces. True to its title, these artworks reflect a journey toward equilibrium, encapsulating the essence of finding balance.


Sherrie-Leigh Jones

At Hancock Gallery, our appreciation for Japanese printmaking runs deep. It's clear from Sherrie-Leigh Jones' work that she's heavily influenced by movements like Shin-hanga and Sansuiga. These movements are centred around depicting idealised landscapes through woodblock printmaking and paintings, skilfully capturing the essence of mountains, rivers, clouds and mist. 

Sherrie draws inspiration from her walks through the English countryside. Using a combination of photographs and painted elements, she hand-pulls them as screenprints, using graphite powder and pigments. Through her unique techniques, Sherrie achieves a distinctively Japanese aesthetic whilst depicting the English countryside. We are hooked by this fusion, it speaks to our appreciation for Japanese printmaking and the familiar charm of the English countryside.

Having devoured this blog, you're likely curious about other available pieces priced under £1,000. To streamline your search, we've curated a comprehensive collection of such artwork, conveniently located all in one place. Dive in and discover a new addition for your art collection - whether it's a bronze sculpture or an original oil painting. Should you require assistance in acquiring a new piece, feel free to reach out to us.

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