Welcome to the SALAR GALLERY
18/20 Bridge Street, Hatherleigh, Okehampton, Devon EX20 3HY
01837 810940
Salar@hatherleigh.net
updated October 26, 2013
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Shan Miller Vivien Walters Sarah Woolfenden Mike Moss Pam Cox

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The Salar Gallery opened in the centre of this small market town in 1991 to provide an exhibition space for local artists and craftsmen..
To find us, from the Town Car park, pass Roger Dean's Sheep sculpture and on reaching Bridge Street, turn left, pass the Supermarket, and we are a short way up on the left.
Our opening times for Gallery and Exhibitions are as follows:- Tues/Thurs/Fri/Sats 10am to 1pm & 2 to 5pm Other times and days by appointment.
The Gallery celebrates the West Country – landscape, animals and rural subjects – through the eyes of artists (painters, sculptors, photographers and writers.) living in the area.

We also stock craftwork, prints, cards, candles, jewellery, local interest/local history books, (including James Ravilious' photographs) and local honey from Vivian's Honey and we run a
Picture Framing Service.

A wide variety of work from up to 60 artists and craftsmen can be purchased.. You are most welcome to browse (and shop!)
We hold exhibitions – solo, group or theme – through much of the year.
As well as those listed above, painters also include: Hermione Dunn, Eileen Gold, Sue Luxton, Rose Hitchings, Leila Winslade and Anne Farrall Doyle..
Sculptors: Jo Seccombe, Paul Jenkins, Suzie Marsh and work from ‘Oriele Bronze'.
Photographers: Jen Bryant and Sarah Gallifent & Alan Jacobs

Works by many of the above artists and makers can also be seen under Past Exhibitions







Click here for Current and Past Exhibition:

Canada geese over the marsh

‘Reflections’A Solo Exhibition of Paintings by Roger T G Vick
Wildfowl, Dartmoor-inspired Paintings and Abstracts, mainly in Oils on Canvas
5th November to 7th December 2013

When not working as an auctioneer, Roger T G Vick (1939 –  2009) had another life as a painter of wildfowl, landscapes, moorland scenes and especially in later years, abstracts.  He exhibited his work publicly on rare occasions at Wildfowl Trust (now  Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust) exhibitions at Slimbridge and Arundel and in 1988 at a family exhibition at Hatherleigh. In 1980 a limited edition print, Sky Furnace, was published – the painting illustrating the poem of his friend, the poet, Ted Hughes.

We are lucky enough to have paintings by the Artist painted over several decades and most of which are for sale.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see them




Click here for current and past exhibitions
(Admission to all exhibitions is free)

Also in the Gallery Shop


Eileen Gold's Book
"Hatherleigh as I saw it"


Fern (limited edition bronze resin sculpture) by Jo Seccombe
30" high by 30" wide


The Waterfall (at Rosemoor Gardens),
original pen drawing by Sarah Woolfenden


Examples of work by some of the craftsmen:

Light box by Inka Gabriel, silk scarf by Isabella Whitworth, decorated glassware by Margaret Johnson, pottery platter by Maryjane Carruthers (& seascape painting by Harry McConville.)

 

 

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Sheep in the snow on Hatherleigh Moor by Sally Vick
image size 12" by 9"

 

Please ring for further details 01837 810940

CHARITY CORNER

1. For Hatherleigh Church of St.John the Baptist


Hatherleigh Church painted by Mike Kerris circa 20 years ago (oil on canvas image 25.25" by 15.75") £500 framed

2. For Farm Crisis Network


Prints of Market Day by Shan Miller are now available

Market Day was inspired by characters at Hatherleigh Livestock Market soon after the Foot-and Mouth Epidemic of 2001.
This is a special edition print – only 173 prints are being produced to raise funds for "Farm Crisis Network".

Image size 14.75" by 7.5"
Framed 21.5" by 14.5" Brown Frame (£120) Gold Frame (£125)
Call Salar gallery 01837 810940 to purchase one.

3. "Farms for City Children" products also sold here

 

The Salar Gallery is a member of the Dartmoor Partnership

The Salar Gallery is a member of the Fine Art Trade Guild