Watercolour Paintings of Newcastle Bridges Quayside and Sage | Prints of Newcastle – Alan Reed Art
This new painting Tyne Bridges and Sage has been added to the Newcastle collection of prints. My painting titled “Tyne Bridges, Summer Sunset” was sold out last year. I painted a new image to replace it that captured the popular Newcastle Quayside and Sage including the Millennium Bridge.
Limited Edition Prints
Prints of Newcastle available for sale from Alan Reed Gallery in Ponteland. Newcastle Bridges and Sage Limited Edition High Quality Prints signed and numbered by the artist. Decorate the walls of your home or office with stunning Paintings of Newcastle.
Newcastle Quayside and Sage
Sage Gateshead is an international music centre. It’s renowned conference and event venue is located in the North East of England. On your visit to Newcastle you must visit the Sage for a spectacular night out.
Every year The Sage Music Hall welcomes more than two million visitors. More than 400 concerts featuring all kinds of local, regional and international music, take place all year round. Prints of Newcastle including the Sage are part of our huge selection of Newcastle Prints.
The iconic building, was designed by renowned architects Foster & Partners. The Sage is home to Royal Northern Sinfonia and is a place where emerging artists are nurtured through dedicated programmes and festivals.
The support that the Sage receives helps to ensure everyone in the community can experience the joy of music.
Gateshead Sage. This particular view taken downstream from the Pitcher and Piano offers a multitude of contrasting elements to paint.
Millennium Bridge and Prints of Newcastle
First you have the loose fluid washes that make up the sky reflected in the Tyne. These expressive, colourful brush strokes are the perfect backdrop for the carefully constructed marks that define the varied architecture. The architecture of the building itself is full of contrasts. The interconnecting curves from the Sage, and the Bridges are grounded by the crisp vertical lines provided by the buildings and boats.
Further contrasts can be seen by the use of colour. Varied shades of cool blues are balanced by the warmth offered from billowing clouds that are lit by the low summer evening sunlight.
You are welcome to see the original watercolour and prints at Alan Reed Studio and Gallery in Ponteland.