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Please note we shall shortly be be closing both artucanafford and beachcomberart websites and only be using 'The Little Gallery Dorset' to trade from so that we keep everything under one roof. This will happen sometime in the coming months.
In the meantime both of these sites are available to view more of our works.
You may have visited our FB page or been a customer at our Gallery in Lytchett Minster or have simply come across the site by accident. Whichever the case may be, Welcome!
We had a gallery at The Courtyard Centre for a year which was very successful but this left us with little time to be creative so since then have decided to sell our work online and at exhibitions.
We had a very successful exhibition last year  at The Gallery Upstairs in Upton Country Park Poole and donated £268.07 to Julia's House Children's Hospice along with two of Xav's Spray Art Pictures.
This year  we are exhibiting locally at 'Faith House' in Holton Lee which is a well-being discovery centre in Dorset offering 350 acres of relaxing woodlands, countryside, holiday options and regular events.
Our exhibition will be part of the open studios event of 'PAW' Purbeck Arts Week that runs from May 26 to June 10. We shall be open daily from 10 - 4:30. There is plenty of free parking and disabled access. We would love to see you there.
To find us the entrance is roughly a half a mile from 'The Baker's Arms Roundabout’ travelling towards Wareham on the A351. Immediately past The Romany Works turn left and follow the road to the very end where you will find us along with the car park.
Look for the signs at the entrance.
We are supporting Livability at Holton Lee this year and apart from collecting money and donating a percentage of our takings to this very worthwhile charity we are also offering these two skate board decks. Xav has designed two great pieces of art to hang on the wall on our nephew Tom’s skate board decks which he has donated for the cause.
One is a Spray Art creation the other is painted with Posca Acrylic Pens.
These will be available for purchase at the exhibition and here on our website. Please help us to support them.