From this October half term we’re showing a spectacular new collection of 30 of Harry Brioche’s wonderful landscapes. Harry excels at capturing the feeling of taking in a vast open landscape with the sky towering above. Even his smallest works offer a grand vista. See all of the new work …
A new collection has just arrived from Heidi. Each painting is typical of her much loved style, every one is carefully composed and projects a confident, mid-century vibe.
Seven of Jans’s beautifully vivid paintings have just arrived. Each is inspired by sailing our very special coast.
We have a brand new collection fresh into the gallery from Simeon Stafford. Paintings of Dartmouth feature, as do two very special bronze sculptures (the last available out of limited runs of just 7 each).
We have another very special Martin Procter original available for resale. This painting was originally purhcased from Martin’s sell-out 2005 solo show and is a very fine example of that period of his work.
From 14th August we are filling the ground floor of the gallery with over 30 wonderful new paintings by Chris Forsey celebrating many aspects of the South Hams. Locations from Dartmouth to Torcross, Dittisham and Bigbury all feature. If you are a collector of Chris’ wonderful work or simply want …
For her latest work Anna Perlin has applied her ingenious use of collage to a much loved subject. Each of the new paintings is inspired by the beauty of Venice.
A brand new series of Claire Wiltsher’s wonderful, award-winning impressionist landsapes is fresh into the gallery.
We’ve just received a beautiful new collection from Stewart Edmondson. It’s always a treat to get new work from Stewart and this mixture of woodland and coastal paintings is typical of his most sought-after work. See all of the new work below and in the gallery now.
We’ve launched a solo show of wonderful new work by Jo Quigley. There are 21 new canvases in the collection. Each is precisely painted and captures London scenes in crisp bright light. Most feature people at leisure in famous locations. Jo quietly observes the scene from a distance with the result that …