Why Margate Art? 

With its to-die-for sunsets, golden sands, Dreamland, Turner Contemporary, Old Town, the Harbour Arm, Northdown Road, even Arlington House... who could not love England's first - and finest - seaside resort? Margate Art is a celebration of all that. 

Unique. Different. Affordable. 

We aim always to only show images of Margate not available anywhere else. But their uniqueness does not make them by any means unaffordable. 

Prices start at just £1. Quite simply, we believe no one should have to leave Margate without taking something unique away to remember it by.

Our Work

The mainstay of the Margate Art collection is the work of Julian Samiloff: painter, photographer, sculptor, ceramicist, psychotherapist and Margate lover.

East-end born Julian spent the bulk of his childhood holidays in the Margate area, falling in love with the town's charms from an early age. His obvious affection for the place shines through every piece in his unique, ever-evolving, visual homage to the town.

Julian's prints are based predominantly on his own original photography, which he  manipulates on a Mac to stunning effect: sometimes surreal, often weird, but always wonderful. 

Julian's images of Margate are not available anywhere but Margate Art.

Guest Artists

Alongside Julian's work, Margate Art displays that of guest artists. These have included Paul Brandford's superb triptych of portraits of Margate's most famous daughter, Tracey Emin, and Martin Richman's small (but perfectly formed) watercolours of the town.