We are an independent gallery which opened its doors in March 2005 with the aim of representing a small group of predominantly West Country based artists. Our mission was to select the most talented artists in each medium and genre both living and deceased. more...

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Well it’s now mid May and the year is disappearing fast, in fact the gallery has just celebrated its 10th anniversary, where did that time go?

We have been busy as usual and are delighted to introduce a new artist to our happy little stable, South West Academy Member Tony Williams. After a lengthy career in art direction within the advertising industry, Tony now is a full time painter. His work is a lustrous take on British Impressionism, rich in colour, his paintings possess a tranquillity that envelopes you and gives you a gentle hug. Based in North Devon Tony seeks out the south west’s more picturesque spots, from Dittisham to Falmouth he captures beautifully sun dappled water or the simplicity of a moored boat with enormous skill.

New work from our regular artists Keith Stott, Valerie Davide, Mark Demsteader, James Brereton and Rob Dudley appears all the time so do keep an eye on their pages, better still sign up to our Newsletter and you’ll receive a monthly update.

Tony Williams - Mooring Line
Valerie Davide horse original Amadeus
Tony Williams - Dittisham Buoy



Valerie David online shop
In a bid to satisfy international interest in Valerie Davide’s work we have established an online shop www.maycontainmutts.com

This website features original drawings, prints as well as our current range of merchandise together with regular news updates.

Of course you can still contact us here at the Gallery to place an order
Davidson Fine Art
22 Hight St, Totnes, Devon
01803 865774


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Mark Demsteader
Possibly Mark Demsteader's finest work to date, 'Marianela in Red I', featuring Marianela Nunez, Principal at the Royal Ballet Mark Demsteader Marianela Nunez

Lenkiewicz Self Portrait Robert Lenkiewicz
Self Portrait

A superb example of Robert's work.