Brian Graham The Great Heath 16 March to 6 May

The Great Heath

Brian Graham recent paintings

Adela Powell ceramics

Petter Southall furniture

Saturday 16 March to Bank Holiday Monday 6 May 2019

Brian Graham in conversation with Professor Simon Olding Friday 26 April 6.30pm. Tickets: £10 or £28 with dinner to follow. More…

A magnificent new body of work by the eminent painter Brian Graham exploring the great heath of memory, imagination, literature and music in paintings that hover between abstraction and the figurative. Inspired by Thomas Hardy’s Egdon Heath from The Return of the Native, a semi-fictional area of wilderness between Dorchester, Wareham and Poole, the paintings revisit places where Brian Graham spent a great deal of time as a child. More… 

Brian Graham A Stunted Thorn Stands Here and There II

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Adela Powell Can forms 28 x 25 x 10 cm approx

Adela Powell’s ceramics are inspired by the sea and coastal landscape. She searches for universal patterns, textures and forms in nature, where science and art are inseparable. A move to Cornwall over 30 years ago had a great impact on her work. The natural environments of coast, moorland and river valleys have influenced her in many ways which can clearly be seen in her forms and colours. Her techniques, including mark making, found materials and many layers of oxides, slips and glazes, produce a visual layering evocative of erosion and history. More…

Petter Southall Batten Desk in client’s own recycled Victorian Baltic pine

Please email us on if you would like an invitation to Brian Graham, Adela Powell and Petter Southall’s opening on Sunday 17 March and/or an email when their work is available to view online.

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