About the Gallery
Roger Dean, Internationally aclaimed artist and designer, sole UK gallery at Trading Boundaries.
Our directors were first introduced to Roger Dean in 2003 by mutual friends. A small, informal exhibition of Roger’s work at Trading Boundaries followed, resulting in a lasting working partnership and a growing number of collaborations, including international Art Fairs, Festivals & US Tour Dates. In recent years the gallery has exhibited at Fairs in Singapore, Seoul, London, Hong Kong, New York, Philadelphia, West Palm Beach, Los Angeles, Naples, Miami & Tampa among many others.
Our permanent UK gallery displays all of the limited edition Serigraph & Giclée prints available in Roger's collection, allowing you to view the sublime quality and colour of each piece with the opportunity to purchase. We are also privileged to hold an ever-changing stock of rare, collectable original drawings, watercolours and sketches, which can be viewed upon request.
Trading Boundaries is the perfect destination for fans, art enthusiasts and collectors alike. Watch out for our annual exhibition each autumn together with ad hoc events that tie in with live performances in our award winning live music venue.
Journey into the elsewhere...
"Dean's unique vision is thoroughly furnished with rich visual wizardry, an impassioned depiction of magical worlds that mere words fail to describe. A master of travelling down the cosmic corridors of ebullient beauty, grandeur and fantastic invention."
Syd Mead, 2008
"Imaginative landscapes - exotic utopias, indeed - created by artist Roger Dean, who designs the elsewhere, many elsewheres, in bright colors onto canvas, materializing imagined places, making them visible, hence real."
Pierpaolo Piccioli (Valentino), 2019
"It's difficult to imagine the sheer impact of Rogers work...He created an entirely new way of seeing things, through painting, record cover design, publishing and architecture, and as a consequence made it seem as if life could be more of an adventure than many of us had been led to believe."
Sir Richard Branson, 2009