New show opening: Summer Prints and Drawings

Julian Bailey drypoint prints with hand-coloured gouache

Martyn Brewster silkscreen, linocuts, etchings and pen & ink drawings

Michael Fairclough aquatint prints

Vanessa Gardiner drawings with pencil or acrylic

Janette Kerr PhD HRSA PPRWA mixed media drawings

Alex Lowery drawings with pencil, gouache or acrylic

Sally McLaren drypoint, aquatint and carborundum monoprints

17 July – 12 September 2021

Sladers Yard’s first Summer Prints and Drawings Show brings together seven of our most popular artists. Acclaimed painters in oil, acrylic or mixed media, they all take time out from painting to draw or make prints. The strength and pleasure of the line and the discipline of the various printing techniques, whether in black and white or colour, adds muscle to their painting without a doubt. However for all the artists in this show, this is much more than simply a study process. The works they produce are fully resolved beautiful works of art in themselves.

Alex Lowery West Bay 2021 31 x 96cm charcoal and gouache on paper £1,450 framed

Meet the Artist Afternoons:

Saturday 17 July 2-4pm Julian Bailey and Martyn Brewster

Saturday 24 July 2-4pm Michael Fairclough, Alex Lowery and Vanessa Gardiner

Saturday 31 July 2-4pm Sally McLaren

RSVP if you would like to join us for the afternoon only or reserve a table for lunch before. Lunch will be served from 12 noon every day at Café Sladers.

Sally McLaren SOL 60 x 64 drypoint and carborundum SOLD

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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