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...
So dear art lovers, the days may still be dull and dark but we are full of joie de vivre and optimism . . well ok maybe soon. But seriously, we have much going on at the gallery. For the first time we welcome a
talented duo of sculptors, Ostinelli and Priest
whose goofy clay studies of dogs are guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Our first new friends are Big Stan, Elvis, Wilson and Milo.
They have faces only a mother could love but ooze attitude and humour in equal proportions.
The other exciting news is that for the first time in many years Mark Demsteader
has agreed to produce a series of limited edition prints. As he trailblazes his way round the globe enjoying
huge success with his original work, it is fantastic that these editions will make it more accessible to a wider audience. The first three prints, of Nathalie, Georgina and Bethany are editions
of only 50 and have reproduced exceptionally well. They are presented in a very similar fashion to his original drawings and are quite large in scale, in a nutshell, they really work. We have them framed and in stock now.
We are also about to take delivery of some great new nigh time French café scenes from David Norman SWAc
as well as some new work from pastellist Keith Stott
All this will be going live within the next few days so keep an eye on our web site.
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
Valerie Davide 2015 calendar
22 Hight St, Totnes, Devon
Possibly Mark Demsteader's finest work to date, 'Marianela in Red I',
featuring Marianela Nunez, Principal at the Royal Ballet
A superb example of Robert's work.