About us


'Original abstract art by the Celtic family collaborative NORTH55. Contemporary artworks created in their studio by the sea, inspired by nature and the Cornish Coast ....and that are refreshingly different'

Challenging the conventional and striving to promote individuality, NORTH55 is a family gallery showcasing their own artworks across two generations, with over 40 years experience in the world of art.

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From their gallery & studio, this family collaborative exhibit high quality, high impact, original abstract artworks to a vibrant and varied clientele base. For those seeking art that pushes boundaries rather than simply blending in, and to whom originality is paramount.

In addition, NORTH55gallery offer a Creative Consultancy service for those seeking inspiration and ideas for home, hotel or holiday let. And an Art Exchange service for the on-trend corporate market in Cornwall & London, wishing to own or rent bold & vibrant artworks for their workplace.

Buy online now, direct from the artists at studio prices 

This artist family offer their artworks -  crafted and carefully created to provoke thought, emotion and imagination. Majority of works are large, oil on canvas paintings.

"The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” Aristotle

Commissions both private and commerical are welcome. NORTH55 continue to collaborate successfully with interior designers and hoteliers as well as discerning private clients, and are happy to discuss your own personal requirements. 

All art works are produced by the family in their studio by the sea in Cornwall. Works are sold worldwide with delivery via fine art courier.

 'As a family we have strong environmental and humanitarian links and values, which is often reflected within the narrative of our works..to encourage that heightened relationship and respect with our surroundings and each other.' 

NORTH55gallery are also represented by Saatchi and regularly have a ‘featured’ collection of works.