Who Are We?

Who are The Drang Gallery, you say? Well, we are a small team of hardworking, creative and conscientious people (also known and labeled ‘art enthusiasts’). We work primarily out of two friendly and accessible galleries in the South West of Britain, right in the tourist heart of Cornwall and Devon in Padstow and Salcombe. Each year we are committed to displaying the best and newest works the industry has to offer and we work hard to extend this across events and fairs beyond our gallery walls.

What Do We Do?

It’s quite simple. We promote and sell great art, and in doing so, we place importance on building relationships with the clients and artists who we serve. Nothing more, nothing less.  Everything we do, as a team and business, is about aiding the enjoyment of ownership of an artwork, and thus indirectly enhancing the status of the artist, ultimately ensuring that for our clients, the longevity of the work together with the perceived enjoyment and investment value lasts long after the initial purchase.

The Directors of The Drang Gallery have a long history of involvement with wildlife and conservation having spent much time in Africa and Papua New Guinea. We have supported various conservation bodies in the past such as The National Lobster Hatchery, The Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust. We are currently in talks with The Shark Trust through one of our artists, Alastair Gibson; whose work depicts marine life and wildlife.

What Can We Offer You?

We aim to offer our clients a unique art experience, immersing clients face to face with some of the most creative, established and emerging artwork from around the world. With highly sought after works and annual shows by British artists of great prominence, the Drang Gallery regularly exhibits “style for your lifestyle and personality” in showing significant originals and limited editions by Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, Tracey Emin, Hamish Mackie, Sir Peter Blake, Dave White, Roy Wright, Adam Binder, Nicholas C Williams and Keith Haynes to name a few.  We are also greatly known internationally for launching and supporting the artistic career of global selling sculptor Alastair Gibson. Over the last 6 years, our lengthy and dedicated relationship with Alastair Gibson has resulted today in him becoming the leading exponent of carbon fibre art across the globe.

Now in our seventh year, our experience has grown within the industry. We are delighted and proud to announce that we remain an independent space for fine arts, with original and collectable material by a range of international, national and local artists.  Based in the South West of Britain we also get to do it in style!  The Drang Gallery celebrates contemporary art in all its myriad forms, from original paintings and prints, through to prize-winning bronze and cutting edge carbon fibre sculptures. The art world today is a fun, varied and important place to know and be in. We love what we do and invite you to join it with us, so please don’t ever hesitate to get in touch and join our network of clients, artists and friends.

 Join the journey!

Love from the team, Rebecca, Charlotte, Kate and Justin

 P.S. – We know what you’re thinking… Our name, Drang, it’s origin is German, and means ‘Urge’ and we kinda like this because buying art requires an urge… But actually it’s written on the wall here outside the gallery and is the Cornish name for a narrow passageway – where you’ll be sure to find us!


The Drang Gallery Padstow

The Drang Gallery Padstow

The Drang Gallery Salcombe

The Drang Gallery Salcombe

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