We are delighted to have added several new artists to the Cove Gallery stable this Spring and their new collections are adorning the window and walls of the gallery.
David Brackston is a lifelong painter. Working from his studio in Crewkerne in Somerset, he specialises in landscapes and seascapes inspired by his love of the South West.
Janet Rogers has a unique abstract style blending mixed media including Japanese silk paper, glass beads, gold leaf and acrylics.
James Grummett lives on Portland and takes his inspiration from Portland’s micro-climate, using charcoal, oils and acrylics to capture paintings of smoothness and texture, light and shade.
Jude Taylor is a self taught artist who is based in Dorset and her contemporary style captures the ever changing mood, light and atmosphere of Dorset sea and landscape.
Bernard Wheadon works in a very unusual media known as Gouache. This is a French word for opaque watercolour paint consisting of pigment, water and a binding agent (Bernard uses chalk)
Opening Hours for June
Monday : CLOSED
Tuesday : 10am – 5pm
Wednesday : 10am – 5pm
Thursday : 10am – 5pm
Friday : 10am – 5pm
Saturday : 10am – 5pm
Sunday : 10am – 5pm
Gallery favourites Margaret Johnson and Claire Waters have produced brand new collections for the Summer season.
Margaret has added some stunning dark green and black pieces to her established range and Claire has created some fabulous double fin boats and huts fused glass panels.
We have also welcomed some new local glass and ceramic makers to the gallery this year.
Melanie Boorman captures the innocent scenes that we associate with beachlife beautifully with her lollipop and flip flop fused glass collections
Caroline Slark’s beautiful fused glass sails and sailing boats are box framed in white.
David Pascoe brings a contemporary air with his linear coasters and allsorts dishes and bowls.
We have also received a great new collection from the workshop of ceramist Andrew Bull. Andrew is another established gallery favourite and his new collection features many new pieces including the iconic Portland Bill lighthouse and several quirky beach scenes.