‘Dilemma for a New Decade’ : Paintings, Limited Editions from some of the most collectible artists in the UK.

by According to McGee | York
Date of event: 18/01/20 - 19/01/20

On Saturday 18th January 12 – 4pm we launch the first phase of our ‘Dilemma for a New Decade’ exhibition here in our York city centre gallery.

We have two featured artists Colin Brown Award Winning Scottish Contemporary  Artist and Chris Main Outsider Artists from London.

‘Dilemma for a New Decade’ : Paintings, Limited Editions from some of the most collectible artists in the UK.

Own Art 0% finance available online and in the gallery – enquire via the online application form attached to each painting.


Colin Brown has an established and ongoing record of research and creative practice. Over the past twenty nine years he has built up a strong international career profile, with regular exhibitions of his paintings throughout the UK, Europe and America.

See more work by Colin Brown


After having encountered homelessness and near death experiences, Chris felt at the end of his rope until a chance meeting with London based installation artist Che exposed him to visual art. Che took Chris in and bought for him materials and set him up in his studio. It was a lifeline that was to become an obsession.
Chris devoted all his energies to a crucial collection of paintings revealing the new energy found by an painter who now thought of nothing but painting. Outsider art is art by self-taught or naïve art makers. Typically, those labeled as outsider artists have little or no contact with the mainstream art world or art institutions.
A private collector is keen to bring Chris' art to a wider public. He has donated the painting 'In My Life', a metre x metre canvas, to us as part of 'Dilemmas for a New Decade'
The painting is available for purchase here until April 1st 2020. This is an opportunity for collectors to purchase a painting from an artist who is testament to the redemptive powers of art on every level: its inception, its execution, and its exhibition.

See more work by chris main