Julian Bailey and Richard Batterham new show opens Saturday 6 June

Julian Bailey paintings  

Richard Batterham ceramics

Petter Southall furniture

At the Waterfront

6 June to 19 July 2015

Bringing together three dedicated and gifted artists, this exhibition celebrates strong lines and clarity of execution coupled with the perfectly simplified gesture, stroke or detail, with which all three distinguish their work.  Each allows subtleties in their work to speak out with the use of gentle colours, curves and textures to create powerfully attractive and desirable pieces.

21 LOW RES

The exhibition includes sixty fabulous paintings by Julian Bailey including oils and drawings with pastel and gouache. View Julian Bailey’s paintings here.

A fully illustrated 40pp catalogue with a foreword by Vivienne Light is available at £10 plus £2 p&p within the UK or to download free here:  Julian Bailey for web.

‘Whole, true to themselves, emotionally rich and seemingly spontaneous…

‘Bailey’s paintings belong to a world of which he is himself very much a part. His art has the power to strike a rich chord; the ability to evoke the full choreography of life in all its timbre and cadence, light and joy.

‘This is a deeply engaged and deeply engaging painter who has achieved what he set out achieve, namely a truly viable language in paint.’

Extracts from Vivienne Light FRSA’s foreword to the catalogue for this exhibition.

Richard Batterham

Richard Batterham #13-3

Potter Richard Batterham is probably this country’s leading maker of domestic stoneware. He has been firing his pots at his Dorset pottery since the sixties and is now producing some of the finest work of his career. View Richard Batterham’s pots here.

Please call 01308 459511 or email gallery@sladersyard.co.uk if you would like to enquire about any of Richard Batterham’s work.

 Petter Southall

Petter Southall Dove carver web

Petter Southall’s graceful furniture can always be seen at Sladers Yard.  View Petter’s current stock here or go straight to his website.

‘A range of furniture exquisite in its simplicity’  – Paul Atterbury, ‘Antiques of the Future’, BBC Homes & Antiques

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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