Still light

recent paintings by

Alex Lowery

ceramics by Jack Doherty

furniture by Petter Southall

Saturday 7 July – Sunday 16 September 2018

Chesil 1, 2017, 25x45cm, oil on linen

Alex Lowery Chesil 1  2017 25 x 45 cm oil on linen

View Alex Lowery’s recent paintings

Jack Doherty Mantlepiece

Soda-fired porcelain by Jack Doherty

View Jack Doherty’s pots

Over the summer Alex Lowery fills Sladers Yard with his luminous paintings of West Bay, the Chesil Beach and Portland. The sis his fifth solo show here in the harbour at West Bay which has inspired so much of his work over many years.Alongside the paintings, showing for the first time at Sladers Yard, is the eminent ceramicist Jack Doherty whose timeless porcelain pots are soda-fired and glazed with copper to give astonishing turquoise colours and beautiful textures.  The furniture of Petter Southall completes the exhibition of sophisticated simple forms in luxurious and restrained colours and textures.

All three artists are masters in their art form.  all three eliminate fuss and unnecessary detail from their work to reach the essence in timeless, intelligent and irresistible pieces. Using repeating forms, whether they are rows of bollards in a painting, a repeated curved component in a chair or a form in a number of related vessels, creates a strong simple statement in the work of all three.

Corner Cabinet 2 by Petter Southall for print

Petter Southall Corner Cabinet in rippled, burr and brown oak with Russia leather. Exquisite furniture made to order.

Petter Southall furniture

View each artist’s work by following the links above.

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