Dukes Gallery
Dukes Gallery
Dukes Gallery
Dukes Gallery
Dukes Gallery
Dukes Gallery

The Gallery at Duke's

Duke’s have a dedicated exhibition space at its flagship premises at Brewery Square, which holds a number of exhibitions running throughout the year to complement the firm’s auction calendar.

Exhibitions over the past 12 months have included an exhibiton by internationally renowked artist Julian Bailey and a showcase of British portrait talent in the Semblance exhibition, which was produced in collaboration with The Arts Academy in London.

As one of the oldest firms in Dorchester, Duke’s says it is pleased to add a new string to its bow and to showcase some of the brightest local talent.

Duke's partner Garry Batt commented said: “The Gallery has gone from strength to strength in its inaugural year.

“We are pleased to have shown a diverse range of art, and proud to have provided Dorchester with access to some brilliant art and artists, both from Dorset and further afield.”

The venue has also been used by a range of local companies and community organisations such as the Family Counselling Trust, Dorset Opera, the Dorchester Literary Festival and Dorset Visual Arts.

The flexible space was also used by Duke’s to showcase the stunning Aston Martin DB6 Vantage Volante, sold for £754,000 in June 2017.

For more information, or to enquire about exhibiting, please contact Garry Batt on 01305 265080 or email [email protected]





Thursday 12th – Thursday 26th July 2018 

Teresa Lawton studied Fine Art at Winchester receiving a degree in 1994. She is a full time artist living in Dorset. She exhibits nationwide and is represented by Amanda Aldous Fine Art, Hampshire. In 1997 she had her work selected by HRH the Prince of Wales for the Discerning Eye Exhibition at The Mall Gallery, London.  Her work is in private collections worldwide from Beijing to New York.  She has exhibited at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions and the London, Singapore and New York Art Fairs. Further details about the artist can be found by visiting her website.

The exhibition is free to attend and is open daily Monday to Friday, 10.30am - 4pm (Teresa will be at The Gallery between 11am - 4pm)