Category Archives: Exhibitions

New show opening: Summer Prints and Drawings

Sladers Yard’s first Summer Prints and Drawings Show brings together seven of our most popular artists, Julian Bailey, Martyn Brewster, Michael Fairclough, Vanessa Gardiner, Janette Kerr, Alex Lowery, Sally McLaren Continue reading

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Storm video installation by Tom Hanmer

Award-winning film maker Tom Hanmer shows his dramatic short film, Storm, at Sladers Yard for Dorset Art Weeks as part of the exhibition The Sea, the Sea. The film is showing on a loop alongside Janette Kerr’s paintings and drawing of wild seas in the Shetlands. Continue reading

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Meet the artists

Meet the artists exhibiting in The Sea, the Sea on three Saturday afternoons in May and June. Nicholas Jones, Anthony Garratt and Petter Southall, Janette Kerr and Frances Hatch will be at Sladers Yard Gallery to talk with you about their work. Continue reading

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In the Mind’s Eye

OPENING TODAY Saturday 30 January: In the Mind’s Eye David Atkins Rachel Fenner Paul Jones Saturday 30 January – Sunday 14 March 2021 In the mind’s eye, memory and imagination hold sway. We perceive the world through the cipher of … Continue reading

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David Inshaw solo show coming up

Artist David Inshaw, the consummate painter of the English landscape, fills Sladers Yard gallery with his recent paintings. Called ‘perhaps the greatest living proponent of the English Romantic tradition’ (Spectator), Inshaw invokes the powers of nature, the moon, trees, stars, birds, animals, men, women and ancient landscapes and the sea to create his powerful intensely personal paintings. Continue reading

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From Dorset with Love opening 17 June

From Dorset with Love SHOWING NOW ONLINE. Open to visit from Wednesday 17 June until Sunday 12 July 2020  Recent paintings by Julian Bailey, Martyn Brewster, Vanessa Gardiner, Anthony Garratt,  Frances Hatch and Alex Lowery, sculpture by Clare Trenchard, woodcarvings by David West. Petter Southall Furniture, Pod and Wave Please follow … Continue reading

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Sladers Yard Gallery and Café Sladers reopening 3 June

Sladers Yard Gallery & Café Sladers Takeaway open from 3 June. See Opening Hours (we are not open at present) From Dorset with Love Open now online. Open to visit from Wednesday 3 June until Sunday 21 June 2020  Recent … Continue reading

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Virtually here!

While our new Café Sladers Takeaway is temporarily closed and we are all in self-isolation, Sladers Yard gallery is here for you to view, browse and buy from online. We will keep active and continue to give you interesting content and stunning art to look at. Please stay connected and remember, this too will pass. Continue reading

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KEEPING GOING

In response to the coronavirus threat, we at Sladers Yard hope to keep both the Café and the Gallery open and functioning as long as we can throughout these unsettling times. We are grateful to our wonderful clientele, artists, and … Continue reading

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David Inshaw original paintings and new giclée prints

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David Inshaw, the consummate painter of the English landscape, peopled by dreamlike figures, birds and animals returns to Sladers Yard this winter. Called ‘perhaps the greatest living proponent of the English Romantic tradition’ (Spectator), Inshaw invokes the powers of the night, the moon, trees, bonfires, fireworks, the sea, birds, animals, men and women and ancient landscapes to create his intensely personal paintings. David has a stunning new array of giclée prints which are now in stock plus a small number of his mesmerising original works.
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