One of the most prestigious art galleries in Devon, the Brook Gallery in Budleigh Salterton, came into existence in 1997 and since then has acquired an enviable reputation across the UK and beyond.
Well known for its reputation across the country for working with some of the world’s best known names, Brook Gallery’s expertise lies in its additional ability to sell and provide sourcing advice and consultancy to private and corporate buyers. Its success lies in its passion and integrity, which is key to the business, and which has enabled the Brook Gallery to expand into a large space in the centre of Exeter, which opend in March 2015. Located within an original Georgian style residence, this space showcases a diverse range of original works, and includes an extension of their repertoire from some of the most influential and established artists.
Autumn/Winter 2015 Events
We have a series of talks by art historian Maggie Giraud that will take place over the next few months in the Exeter gallery, as well as exhibitions by Brendan Neilannd and John Duffin. Click here for more information and the full event schedule.
Brendan Neiland is one of Britain's foremost contemporary painters and printmakers represented in major museums and galleries worldwide. He has created some of the most memorable images of modern metropolitan existence.
He quotes the work of Fernand Leger, who was the first to use the awkward contemporary environment, as a key inspiration. His paintings are both figurative and abstract in their structure, using reflections of light and modulated colour.
Click here for a snippet from Brendan's talk that took place in the Budleigh gallery on October 15th 2015.
Celebrating the much loved sport of rugby, Brook Gallery are excited to present a stunning portfolio of commemorative rugby prints by renowned UK artist Paul Cleden.
Influenced by the Grosvenor School style, each are hand-printed and available individually or as a collectors' boxed set. 10% of all proceeds will go to the Exeter Foundation.
Budleigh | Tuesday - Saturday 10.30am - 5pm | Sunday 2pm - 4.30pm
Exeter | Tuesday - Friday 11am - 6pm | Saturday 12pm - 4pm
3rd DECEMBER/10th JANUARY 2015
John Duffin RE
Norman Ackroyd CBE RA