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In 2014 Leonard participated in DORSET ART WEEKS, ART@EYPE and BRIDPORT and West Dorset OPEN STUDIOS. He currently has work on display at The Gallery, Chard.

26 May to 10 June is DORSET ART WEEKS.
Leonard's studio is open 10am - 6pm daily. He is also exhibiting at S Michael's Studios, Bridport, Unit 10 - Studio in the Attic - where he now shares studio space with Sally Davies, photo-artist.

March 6 - 31 Leonard exhibited works at THE GALLERY, Holyrood Street, CHARD.

The studio will, as usual, be open from time to time during the summer, and can be visited at any reasonable time by prior appointment.

Leonard is currently working on more wildlife paintings and a new series of abstracts.

IN 2011 R Leonard Hollands particpated in BRIDPORT & WEST DORSET OPEN STUDIOS 21 - 30 May, and exhibited works at Trinity House, AXMINSTER during December.

In 2010 R Leonard Hollands had a successful exhibition at THE GALLERY, Holyrood Street, CHARD, Somerset (March), then he next exhibited in a mixed artist exhibition at TOWN MILL GALLERY in Lyme Regis (May/June).

2010 was a busy time and an excellent year for commissions - no less than five!
The BIG EVENT of the year was the DORSET ART WEEKS exhibition at his own STUDIO (May/June).
This was followed by his exhibition in BRIDPORT OPEN STUDIOS (August) and exhibiting in an Arts and Crafts Exhibition at The GEORGE ALBERT Hotel, Evershot (September).



There is a much wider selection available than can be shewn on this website. Enquiries welcome. Telephone to discuss payment methods, etc.



Testimonials from clients -

We own three original R Leonard Hollands abstract paintings and they grace our walls in two rooms. They are very special and we never tire of looking at them and find different features every time. We love viewing his other paintings and exhibitions and feel very honoured to own three of his paintings

Sandra and Andy Lacey

I love my painting of Maiden Castle by R Leonard Hollands. The colours are so vibrant and convey the awesome majesty of this huge Iron Age hill-fort. Our little sketch of a badger's face is so charming, and both works convey the versatility of the artist.

Gail Kennedy-Fagin