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lots of new ceramics

lots of new ceramics

It’s wonderful to have a kiln on the same site as the gallery. This means that every few weeks lots of wonderful new creations emerge. This large bowl, made out of colourful fish, is one of our favourites!

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New Pocket-size Paintings by John Boyd

New Pocket-size Paintings by John Boyd

John has just left and we are still dazzled by his new atmospheric oil paintings which are hanging in the gallery. The largest is 49cm x 25cm and the smallest is 24cm x 18cm. They are all unframed and easy to take away in your rucksack or pocket. Alternatively, postage from the gallery will be […]

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There are always lots of original ceramics in the gallery to inspire you

There are always lots of original ceramics in the gallery to inspire you

This lovely little fish dish is just one of so many original ceramic pieces that are in the gallery. There are fish in all kinds of forms and sizes, birds, pigs and vases and bowls in various shapes sizes and patters. A particular speciality is trays and vases made with local leaves from the surrounding […]

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Welcome Jennifer Schamotta

Welcome Jennifer Schamotta

We are very pleased to welcome to the gallery the work of Jennifer Schamotta. Jennifer lives in the area and paints en plein air. Her oil paintings capture the landscapes of North Devon and focus on light and shade. Her stunning paintings of trees capture the interplay of sunlight and shadow and they have a […]

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The Sea, the Sea!

The Sea, the Sea!

There’s something about the sea that stirs the spirit and calls to the emotions. People everywhere associate the sea with freedom, space, excitement, serenity and a whole host of other feelings. Paintings of the sea and the coast can add a depth and special something to your living space. Take a calm seascape to a […]

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Welcome to Allister Malcolm Glass

Welcome to Allister Malcolm Glass

We are delighted to welcome to the gallery the work of contemporary glass artist Allister Malcolm. Allister’s work is striking, beautiful and, on occasion, quirky. He uses silver leaf and sometimes blows the glass into moulds to achieve incredible textures and patterns. There are bottles stoppered with fish tails and vases dripping with gold. Why […]

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Welcome back to Sue Fawthrop

Welcome back to Sue Fawthrop

We are delighted to welcome back the paintings of Sue Fawthrop. Sue works in oils and has moved from studio painting to plein air which means a slightly new palette of colours. Her work is dramatic and arresting while still retaining a feeling of intimacy and warmth. She exhibits her pieces in simple wooden frames […]

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Welcome Ellie Leger

Welcome Ellie Leger

We are delighted to welcome the work of Ellie Leger to the gallery. Ellie works in glorious colours and is not afraid to add light in the form of reflective media to her paintings. Ellie’s canvases ooze joy and celebration as well as fun and optimism. She specialises in quirky landscapes and vibrant underwater scenes. […]

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New John Boyd Paintings full of space and atmosphere

New John Boyd Paintings full of space and atmosphere

It’s great to be displaying new paintings by John Boyd in the gallery, particularly as the weather warms up for Spring. John’s paintings of beaches have a great sense of space about them especially as the people on the beaches appear tiny. Surfers, people fishing and walking their dogs are clearly enjoying the beauty of […]

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New Gerry Dudgeon sea paintings

New Gerry Dudgeon sea paintings

We are very pleased to welcome a selection of Gerry Dudgeon’s underwater sea paintings to the gallery. The paintings vividly capture that delicious sensation of looking into a clear sea on a hot sunny day: light, hints of fish, shadows, textures and, most of all, excitement! Gerry’s technique of layering the paint produces intense blues […]

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