Carina Haslam Gallery was founded in 2001 and our mission then still holds true today - to promote affordable, high-quality art. We specialise in oil paintings and bronzes, although increasing we encourage artists working in mixed media, stone and resin. Some of our artists are well-known and well established while others are new to the mainstream, and we are pleased to have gained a reputation for discovering fresh and exciting talent. Our loyal clients return again and again, trusting us to find them works of art that are not only a sound financial investment but, more importantly, will give them and their families pleasure for generations to come.
Alongside private views on home turf in Buckinghamshire, Carina Haslam Gallery is a regular on the art fair circuit, successfully exhibiting at major art fairs in London, across the UK, in New York and Singapore. We also reach a global audience with our weekly digital newsletter, showcasing the newest artworks to arrive at the gallery. You can subscribe to our newsletter here.
Our clients range from local businesses and individuals to the House of Lords, Harvard University, Allied London, author Jeffrey Archer, comedian and presenter Michael McIntyre, the Saudi Royal Family, the Curator of the Tate, the FCA and the Fleming Collection and our artists’ work is sourced by prominent interior designers and collectors working on private and corporate projects.
Whether you are a commercial buyer or individual art lover, do come and visit. We are always delighted to meet fellow enthusiasts and there is no obligation to buy.
About Carina Haslam
Carina established her first successful business at 19, hand painting duvet covers that she sold to shops in Edinburgh. An invitation from Ken Russell to work on The Rainbow led to her spending the next decade working in film but she continued to attend art fairs and advise friends and family on art and in 2001 opened Carina Haslam Art in Fulham.
Carina’s early interest in art was fuelled by her father’s collection of paintings by LS Lowry, who was a close friend of her paternal grandfather, and the artworks of her maternal grandfather, Lord Oranmore and Browne, whose son, Tara Browne, was a friend of the Beatles and the subject, according to John Lennon, of their song ‘A Day in the Life’.
Celebrated interior designer Nicky Haslam, Carina’s uncle, has been a strong influence in her life, introducing his young niece to glamorous figures such as Mick Jagger and Bryan Ferry. As an adult she has enjoyed collaborating professionally with Nicky and other interior designers, exploring how works of art can be shown to best advantage in private and public spaces, from the grandest setting to the modest family homes.
Carina Haslam and Nicky Haslam at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair, Spring 2019