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...
Well finally that elusive yellow thing has appeared in the sky and the days are getting longer, summer is on its way.
For us here at the gallery it is the time of year when the artists bear the fruits of their winter labours and they’ve not let us down.
We have a large and important new oil from the internationally acclaimed Mark Demsteader
, ‘Hollow II’. This imposing work embodies all that stands Mark head and shoulders above his contemporaries, beautiful subject, sensitively executed and delicate use of colour and light.
has also been re-visiting some of his favourite locations, notably Glazebrook near South Brent. This magical area, with its lichen covered trees and bubbling brook is alive with verdant greens dappled with sunlight that streams through the trees that form a canopy above. This fine work will be arriving at the end of the month.
has been busy dashing between her beloved Gwithian Towans and her home in Sussex. Her new puppy Spot III is as naughty as ever and keeps all the other four legged friends on their toes, but with a face as cute as that he’s always going to get away with it.
has three new works too; his beautiful marine scenes are rich in colour and content. Whether portraying a schooner making blustery passage or silhouetted against the dying embers of a sunset he takes to the scene.
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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
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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.