Sladers Yard

Sladers Yard

Alex Lowery, Jack Doherty & Petter Southall

Paintings, Ceramics & Furniture

BOS Venue 23

Sladers Yard exhibits Contemporary British Art, Furniture & is also a Craft Gallery & Licensed Café. Still Light is an exhibition of Alex Lowery’s remarkable addictive and contemplative paintings of the Chesil beach from West Bay to Portland. Often compared to Edward Hopper’s work, Alex Lowery is collected by many locally and internationally. Soda-fired porcelain by the eminent Irish ceramicist Jack Doherty seems to catch the essence of sunlight and water. Petter Southall’s exceptional steam-bent furniture combines design flair with superb craftsmanship using beautiful Northern European hardwoods in the solid with tactile natural finishes. Café Sladers is open daily serving heavenly seafood and vegetarian/vegan lunches, breakfasts and cream teas.

Sladers Yard Gallery, West Bay Road, West Bay, Bridport, Dorset DT6 4EL
In West Bay, park opposite Haddon House Hotel and walk towards the harbour, we are on the right before the fishing tackle shop. Entrance is through gates on West Bay Road to our gravel yard.

01308 459511
Twitter: @sladersyard   –   Facebook: @Sladersyard

10am – 4.30pm, Sundays 12 – 4.30pm

8 / 9 / 10 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 / 15 / 16 September

WC: yes
Wheelchair access: please phone ahead

Photo: © Pete Millson 2018.
Phone: 07768 077353 (UK).
20 August 2018.
Bridport Open Studios.

Alex Lowery

Jack Doherty

Petter Southall