Welcome to Hart Gallery

Hart Gallery is dedicated to bringing you the best in new British art. We collaborate with a diverse group of artists, ranging from digital designers to photographers, and we showcase their work here. Getting your work noticed may be a difficult and time-consuming process, which we strive to eliminate. You could finally get the recognition you deserve by showcasing your art work with Hart Gallery.

By creating an online exhibition of the greatest unknown artists Britain has to offer, we hope to assist young and talented artists in getting their work noticed. To keep you connected to the creative community, we could provide you with information about local art enterprises, competitions, and exhibitions.

Making relationships and making friends in the industry can be as simple as putting your work online. Not only can developing a portfolio with Hart Gallery help you acquire attention for your work, but it will also help you establish yourself as an artist.

We only show the very finest emerging talent in the UK, ensuring that like-minded people back your work. Displaying your work online is the first step toward a career as an artist; if you believe you have something to contribute, please contact us.

Hart Gallery

We are here to present the freshest up-and-coming British artists. We source and represent the best unrecognised art talent from across the UK and display their work online.

Hart Gallery is a great place for young, up and coming artists to begin their career. As a young artist, we could help put you in the public eye, build contacts and put you in touch with other young artists. Think you’ve got what it takes? Get in touch!

What’s New

Digital paintings

You still have time to visit Chris Von Steiner’s superb display of digital paintings. It shares the big third-floor gallery with Laurie Lipton’s “Extraordinary Drawings,” allowing you to see two fantastic exhibitions in one trip.

Chris creates these with simply a computer mouse, rather than the stylus and tablet that most digital artists utilise. He tends to make series of paintings that convey a tale — The Snow King, for example, is reminiscent of the Chronicles of Narnia and is one of my favourites. Others use brightly coloured pop images and emblems, as well as moderately gory or fetishistic scenarios – some vivid dreams (or nightmares) are depicted. Lovely.


Chris Von Steiner, a digital French artist, blends pop icons from his boyhood with vibrant colours and motifs from movies, music, books, and television in this exhibition. He creates digital nightmares by drawing on dreams and wants.

“I’m a digital artist. No brush, no paint, no pen. With my mouse, my computer and a little help from Adobe Illustrator(c), I tell strange stories and freaky tales, where people can lose themselves like I lose myself. Sitting alone at dark in front of my computer, drawing, sampling, looping and editing what’s in the tortured brain of the sick teenager I was and will always remain.

I want to share my wildest aspirations and greatest worries with you, like a popstar whose captivating good songs touch your heart and haunt your thoughts. There is no rule, key, or theory that can be used to comprehend or explain my work. Emotion is what you get when you see what you see.

A digital artist from France, Von Steiner combines the pop icons of his youth with bold colours and elements from movies, music, books, or television, using his fantasies, dreams and desires to create digital nightmares of teenage fancies and bizarre fetish tales.