PRE-ORDER “AS DARKNESS FALLS” Foxes by Jonathan Walker
PRE-ORDER “AS DARKNESS FALLS” Foxes by Jonathan Walker
You now how the opportunity to pre-order 'As Darkness Falls- Foxes by Jonathan Walker', a book of over 100 images of some of his finest drawings, sketches and paintings.   Our pre-order offer of £29.95 (including postage) includes an original pencil drawing by Jonathan at the front of the book, along with a short dedication of your choice.   It will arrive in early December, making it the perfect Christmas gift for fans of Jonathan's work.   This offer ends 30th November 2017.   The book will be officially launched in our Porlock Gallery on the evening of Saturday 9th December 2017, in conjunction with Porlock Late Night Shopping.   Format: Hardback, Portrait 24cm x 30cm Pages: 112 Colour pages
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Any 10 Jonathan Walker Cards for £24, including carriage
Any 10 Jonathan Walker Cards for £24, including carriage
Choose any 10 Jonathan Walker Greetings cards for £24.00 including postage   Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image of any of the 24 designs. Each card is individually cello wrapped with and envelope. All card designs are blank inside.   Card sizes (folded) Rectangular Cards: 12cm x 17cm Tall Cards: 9.9cm x 22cm   We exhibit original paintings by Jonathan Walker, you can view the work we currently have Here    
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Any 5 Jonathan Walker Cards for £13, including carriage
Any 5 Jonathan Walker Cards for £13, including carriage
  Choose any 5 Jonathan Walker Greetings cards for £13.00 including postage   Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image of any of the 24 designs. Each card is individually cello wrapped with and envelope. All card designs are blank inside.   Card sizes (folded) Rectangular Cards: 12cm x 17cm Tall Cards: 9.9cm x 22cm   We exhibit original paintings by Jonathan Walker, you can view the work we currently have Here    
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Persephone Books
Persephone Books
Persephone Books reprints neglected fiction and non-fiction by mid-twentieth century (mostly) women writers. All 112 titles are intelligent, thought-provoking and beautifully written and are chosen to appeal to busy people wanting titles that are neither too literary nor too commercial. Ranging from novels and short storiesto diaries, memoirs and cookery books; each has an elegant grey jacket, a ‘fabric’ endpaper with matching bookmark, and a preface by writers such as Jilly Cooper, David Kynaston and Elaine Showalter.   We have various titles in stock in the gallery
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Last Best Hiding Place by Tim Richmond
Last Best Hiding Place by Tim Richmond
Deserted streets with beer cans blowing down the road…a cowboy washing his shirts…a train on its way into a million acres of emptiness…a Vietnam vet who lost twenty years of recent memory…a whole town for sale…meth warnings…a tattooed waitress in neon light. All of these inhabit the Last Best Hiding Place. Places, like people can seem alone, filled with melancholy. “Tim Richmond’s American West – depicted in Last Best Hiding Place – can be placed anywhere onto the continuum that has the myth at one end and the artist’s unique vision at the other end. It’s a place filled with characters and locations that manage to be specific and completely generic at the same time, with a rough, somewhat hurt, tenderness underneath. I can’t help but think that the photographer is very much aware of what he is taking pictures of, given there appears to be a balancing act at play: Every stereotype is depicted, to be subverted right away or elsewhere”. - Jörg Colberg After the death of his wife in 2008, internationally acclaimed photographer Tim Richmond turned his attention to exploring long-term projects, having worked for over 20 years for major publications that include L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The Telegraph Magazine, Port, World of Interiors, and Nowness. Last Best Hiding Place (2007-2014) is Richmond’s personal and contemporary odyssey through a landscape of filmic references in the American West, revealing stories true or imagined. Author: Tim Richmond, Jörg Colberg Cloth Hardcover, 144 pages, 65 colour plates spacer_large    
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Toll Road: Somerset & Dorset Poems by Stephen Carroll & Nick Cotton
Toll Road: Somerset & Dorset Poems by Stephen Carroll & Nick Cotton
By Stephen Carroll, with illustrations by Nick Cotton. These copies are Signed by both the author and illustrator. Rural poems inspired by the spirit of place and Exmoor in particular. The main subjects are landscape, myth and death. Stephen Carroll was born in 1949 and brought up in London. He moved to Porlock on the West Somerset coast in 2006 and is married with three children. Twice shortlisted for the Wells Festival of Literature Poetry Prize, Stephen Carroll won the Wyvern Prize in 2014, and is the author of the novel Venetian Cousins, published by Andre Deutsch in 1995. Paperback, 104 Pages spacer_large
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Plants and Places by Angie Lewin
Plants and Places by Angie Lewin
the artist Angie Lewin is renowned for her distinctive vision of the natural world. Plants and Places brings together for the first time over 80 of Lewins hugely popular prints, together with collages, textile designs, drawings and paintings from her sketchbooks. Also featuring engaging texts in which Lewin discusses her artistic inspirations and describes how she creates her exquisite works, this unique book will delight all nature lovers and gardeners.   Author: Angie Lewin, Leslie Geddes Brown Hardback, 192 Pages spacer_large  
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David Hockney’s Dog Days
David Hockney’s Dog Days
David Hockney introduces his two dachshunds, Stanley and Boodgie, in this delightful collection. The result of sharp observation and affection, these paintings and drawings are lyrical studies in form and design while the text by the artist gives a glimpse of how to work with models who don't necessarily want to sit still. Paperback, 80 Pages 84 Colour illustrations spacer_large
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