Welcome To The Yellow Café
The Yellow Café is built on creativity and originality to stir your imagination. Inspired by artist Vincent Van Gogh, the name is a combination of two of his paintings, Yellow House where he lived for many years and The Café where he talked all things creative with his bohemian friends and fellow artists long into the night. just like The Internet itself, we are open to visitors at all times.
Please don’t confuse us with The Internet Café craze of years ago as this is something completely different. When Vincent died in 1890, aged 37, he left far more than just his 871 paintings behind, he left a way of life, an attitude, an atmosphere all of which is embodied within The Yellow Café. So, sit back, relax and let The Yellow Café whisk you away from your day to day life and enter into Vincent’s world of creativity and liberation.
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We've added a sculpture to our Sculpture Gallery!
Horse Study by Robert Batt! You can view this amazing sculpture along with many more in our sculpture gallery.
We've added a new photographer to our Photography Gallery!
You can view their beautiful work along with others in our photography gallery.
We've added a new book promotion to our library!
Vincent is the beautiful bartender at the Hotel Caiette, a five-star glass-and-cedar palace on the northernmost tip of Vancouver Island. New York financier Jonathan Alkaitis owns the hotel. When he passes Vincent his card with a tip, it's the beginning of their life together. That same day, a hooded figure scrawls a note on the windowed wall of the hotel: 'Why don't you swallow broken glass.' Leon Prevant, a shipping executive for a company called Neptune-Avramidis, sees the note from the hotel bar and is shaken to his core. Thirteen years later Vincent mysteriously disappears from the deck of a Neptune-Avramidis ship.
Weaving together the lives of these characters, Emily St John Mandel's The Glass Hotel moves between the ship, the skyscrapers of Manhattan, and the wilderness of remote British Columbia, painting a breathtaking picture of greed and guilt, fantasy and delusion, art and the ghosts of our pasts.
We are pleased to welcome Richard Digance to our Vincent Gallery.
Richard Digance is a BAFTA Nominated entertainer and a recipient of The Gold Award from The British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. He has also won a Sony Award and is one of only three British folk singers mentioned in The Virgin Anthology of Songwriters for his contribution to comedy songwriting.
He has released 31 albums, written 14 books and has nearly 5 million visits on YouTube. He also composed the songs and music for Bill Bryson's best-selling Audio CD book 'The Road To Little Dribbling.' He has worked in America with movie star Steve Martin and recalls two of his greatest moments as playing The London Palldium with Robin Williams and a guitar duet on TV with Queen guitarist Brian May.
Richard takes great pleasure in scanning charity shops and car-boot sales in search of sad guitars that have served their purpose and are destined for a demoralising retirement. They become Richard's own canvases for his artworks.
We are pleased to welcome Tracey Hollis to our Vincent Gallery.
Tracey was born in Rustington, West Sussex and now lives in the Wiltshire city of Salisbury. She studied at Chichester College before working for twenty years in the music business, specialising in album sleeve and marketing design.
Like most artists she began drawing commissions for friends and family before she became a popular artist specialising in musical subject matter.
She has exhibited at St George's, Regent Street, London as well as at Noble Art and The Gallery, Salisbury.
As a book illustrator she has provided artworks for Tony Kingsbury's book, The Fisherman Who Never Fished, Lana Treat's, Memoirs of a Nymphomaniac.