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A Happy Medium – Elöise White

Elöise has been based at the Sayle Gallery since August 2016 in the Position of Artist in Residence. In this time she has been developing her post-graduate practice, working towards producing her...

Isle of Man Art Festival 2017

The Isle of Man Art Festival (29th April – 1st May) is organized by the Creative Network. The island’s annual celebration of visual art provides a wealth of inspiration and opportunities. This...

Thirty-Seven and Three-Quarters : James Marvin

As the Isle of Man prepares to welcome thousands of road racing fans to its shores, the Sayle Gallery is welcoming a new exhibition to its walls. The show is entitled, Thirty-Seven and...

Cut From the Same Cloth – Alice & Julie Fayle

Cut From the Same Cloth Julie and Alice Fayle 2nd April – 7th May In this joint exhibition, the work of both artists demonstrates an exploration of non-traditional, imaginative and ethereal use of...

Turning Point.

The new exhibition ‘Turning Point’, at the Sayle Gallery in Douglas, brings together the work of significant Artists from the contemporary art world, beyond our Island’s shores,...

Simon Buttimore Art Cinema Club is back Friday 25th Nov!

We are pleased to announce that the Art Cinema Club set up by late local artist Simon Buttimore is back 🙂 On the 25th November, Nadia will be showing a film suggested by another local artist,...

Answering The Need To Create – Colleen Corlett

Answering The Need To Create – Colleen Corlett The Sayle Gallery once again welcomes Colleen Corlett to its walls, with a her new exhibition ‘Answering the need to create’,...

Simon Buttimore – ‘A Man Apart’

The Sayle Gallery is pleased to be presenting a new exhibition in fond memory of one of the island’s well known characters, Simon Buttimore, who sadly passed away earlier this year. The exhibition will be a reflection of Simon’s extraordinary lifestyle and his creativity. It will showcase a wide range of Simon’s own artworks and collections, shared by those who loved and admired him, and his work. Simon believed wholeheartedly in the value of art provision in general and in the Sayle Gallery in particular and did much to support the gallery’s work.