Sketches of Dorset – Julian Bailey

One of Dorset’s most popular artists, Julian Bailey is launching his new drypoint etchings at Sladers Yard this Christmas. Some coloured by hand and some in black and white, the pictures have his usual joie de vivre and economy of line.   The new etchings are printed by Julian himself in editions of 12, prices for framed pictures range from £155 to £285.

Julian lives with his wife and four children outside Dorchester. He travels the Dorset coast with his VW camper and his sailing dinghy, often drawing the cliffs from the sea. His clear colours and simple very effective drawings made him successful from the start.  Before he came to Dorset he painted London’s café society in Notting Hill before it became recognised. His work has always celebrated his subject matter, showing people enjoying themselves and the world at play.

Beautifully printed facsimile editions of Julian Bailey’s Dorset Sketchbook and Julian Bailey’s People Sketchbook and a selection of greetings cards and postcards are also available.

Julian’s work will be on show at Sladers Yard until 8th January 2011.  For further details visit our website www.sladersyard.co.uk.

Julian Bailey Catalogue NEW

Sladers Yard, West Bay Road, West Bay, Dorset DT6 4EL  telephone 01308 459511.

About Sladers Yard

Sladers Yard is an art gallery and cafe in West Bay, Dorset. Our art gallery showcases contemporary British Art, Furniture and Craft whilst the licensed cafe serves fresh, locally produced homecooked food and drinks.
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One Response to Sketches of Dorset – Julian Bailey

  1. It’s such a great site

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