Last week of David Inshaw’s Prints and Drawings show

Dorset and Wiltshire Stories

David Inshaw

Etchings, aquatints and drawings

Continues until Saturday 8 May

Meet the Artist: David will be at Sladers Yard on Saturday 8 May from 2pm – 4pm

Silbury Sunrise signed Artist’s Proof Aquatint/etching 30 x 48.5cm image size £2,000

David Inshaw’s print-making career can be seen at Sladers Yard for one more week. His acclaimed works in numbered editions and the stunning black and white proofs that lead up to it make a fascinating study. The main downstairs gallery is completely monochrome including a number of rarely seen Artist’s Proofs, small editions of etchings and the three magnificent Tree drawings, Oak Tree, Sycamore Tree and Willow Tree, each 48″ square.

Wiltshire Landscapes 1. Silbury Sunrise numbered signed aquatint/etching 30 x 39.5cm image size ed.45 £2,000
Willow Tree 2019 pencil on paper 122cm square £20,000 framed

David Inshaw’s paintings are also available from Sladers Yard.

We also supply Giclée prints of David Inshaw’s paintings which can be seen and bought, mounted and wrapped, from the gallery or ordered loose to be delivered to you.

David Inshaw The Badmington Game open edition Giclée print

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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