Now that the gallery has had time to introduce itself, snuggling nicely into its lofty nook aside the shops and cafes on the Dartington estate, it has earned its identity – and Jo has had time to reflect on what makes it work.Read More >
Category: Blogs from The Mason-Laurence Gallery
The Mason-Laurence Gallery exists to celebrate fourteen professional artists, living and working in the South West. The artists have something to say with their varied media, their subject is their passion.
The gallery is run by Jo Mason-Laurence, whose blogs about gallery life can be found below. For more about the Gallery, visit hemasonlaurencegallery.uk.
Diane Bailey, an artist currently specialising in acrylics, talks to Jo about designing buildings, getting hands-on with wildlife and how the best place to sit and think is a trampoline.Read More >
Emma Carter, who specialises in acrylics and oils, discusses her inspirations, artistic past, and how the variety of the Devon landscape fuels the work currently on display at Dartington.Read More >
Still life artist Elaine Yersin talks about how she wants her art to make you ‘believe you can reach out and hold the glass of wine’ – and why a cat in the studio can be challenging.Read More >
Landscape artist Alan Gregory shares his thoughts on what inspires his art, why he prefers beautiful and unspoilt places, and what brings out his inner Welshman.Read More >
Abstract artist Paula Kendall talks to Jo about her inspirations, power tools… and why thinking is a bad idea.Read More >
This week, Jo has been talking to Sara Gilbert, a Devon-based artist known for her paintings of the sea who exhibits at The Mason-Laurence Gallery at Dartington.Read More >
In conversation with Nicky Stevenson, a Devon-based artist whose mixed media work is inspired by the sea and the natural world.Read More >
This week, Jo has been talking to Ian St. John, a fine art specialist who has featured the Dartington Hall estate in several of his works and exhibits in The Mason-Laurence Gallery.Read More >
A new gallery at The Shops at Dartington has opened, showcasing the work of artists who live and work in the South West.Read More >