The Great Heath: Brian Graham

Adela Powell ceramics

Petter Southall furniture

Showing now until Monday 6 May 2019

Brian Graham A Stunted Thorn Stands Here and There II

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 ‘part real part dream’ area of wilderness between Dorchester, Wareham and Poole, the paintings revisit places where Brian Graham spent his time as a child.  More…

Adela Powell 33. Blue Shell Form 14 x 41 x 33 cm £640

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. Her method is experimental and different every time. She uses various clays including Dorset coastal and Tamar River mud. The inherent tactile and textural qualities of clay are enhanced with many layers of oxides, slips and glazes to produce a visual layering evocative of erosion and history. More…

Petter Southall Split Stack Oval Table in solid steam bent oak


Jeremy Gardiner

Works on paper: Lyme Regis to Old Harry Rocks

Akiko Hirai ceramics

11 May to 30 June 2019

Please let us know on gallery@sladersyard.co.uk if you would like an email when Jeremy Gardiner’s paintings or Akiko Hirai’s ceramics are available to view online or an invitation to the opening.

Jeremy Gardiner Lulworth Crumple and Stair Hole lV
watercolour with jeshonite and acrylic on handmade cotton rag paper
50 x 35 cm framed with museum glass: 61 x 46 cm, signed titled and dated 2018.
Akiko Hirai Moon Jar

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