Sladers Yard

Sladers Yard is a private art gallery dedicated to exhibiting and selling contemporary British art, handmade furniture designed by Petter Southall and designer craft by leading artists, designers and makers. The gallery presents a high quality changing programme of selling exhibitions throughout the year. We sell work directly from the artist so customers know when they buy from us that the artwork is genuine and that the money they spend supports and provides a living for some of the most talented artists and makers working today. Between exhibitions we represent artists, often holding their paintings in stock and where appropriate we take and orchestrate commissions.

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Opening hours

Monday - Saturday Gallery and Café open 10am - 4pm (later in good weather)

Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays Café open 10 am - 4pm; Gallery open 12 - 4pm

 

Address

Contemporary British Art, Furniture & Craft Gallery, Licensed Café
West Bay Road
West Bay
Bridport
Dorset DT6 4EL

01308 459511
gallery@sladersyard.co.uk
www.sladersyard.co.uk

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Sladers Yard Rope Gallery

Image Credit: Petter Southall

Café at Sladers Yard

Image Credit: Anna Powell

Entrance and Café Counter

Image Credit: Anna Powell

Sladers Yard from West Bay Road

Image Credit: Petter Southall

What's on

Creative Coverage

Bridport Arts Centre's Cafe

Tuesday 05 December 2017 – Saturday 27 January 2018

New Year's Art Sale 2018

The Malthouse and Courtyard Galleries, The Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU

Thursday 04 January 2018 – Wednesday 24 January 2018

Dialogues Concerning the Land: Beverley Rouwen & Douglas Reeve

Bridport Arts Centre

Saturday 06 January 2018 – Saturday 27 January 2018

Regular Art Group

Artwave West, Morcombelake, Dorset DT6 6DY

Thursday 18 January 2018 – Thursday 29 March 2018

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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