A group of artists and craftspeople (Elizabeth Sharrock, Flora McLachlan, Ian Scott-Massie, Hester Cox, Jane Burnley, Margaret Morris, Janine Roper, Charlottle Morrison, Katy O’Neil) fill the exhibition room with the many shades and feeling of ‘blue’. www.mashamgallery.co.uk email@example.com
David is an archaeologist turned professional artist, based in Saltaire, West Yorkshire.
Subject matter includes the landscape of Yorkshire and beyond. In recent years, trees have
become the central focus of his work. By portraying the forms and character of individual
specimens, or groups in woodland.
David’s exhibition runs from Saturday 19th January until Friday 15th February 2019.
Clare is returning to the Blue Light Gallery, exhibiting her amazing talent of paper cutting, using just paper to depict scenes of her home county. She doesn’t use scale and perspective but relies on the layering of paper to give a hint of depth to her work.
Clare’s exhibition runs from Saturday 19th January – Friday 15th February.
The Blue Light Gallery is open Monday-Saturday from 10am-3pm. For more information about future exhibitions or if you would like to exhibit, please contact The Blue Light Gallery at the Community Office, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, HG4 4DY or call 01765 680 200 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sally and Lyn are exhibiting their amazing talent of printed ceramic coasters and cushion covers. Their exhibition runs from Saturday 19th January – Friday 15th March 2019.
For more information about future exhibitions or if you would like to exhibit, please contact The Blue Light Gallery at the Community Office, 7 Little Market Place, Masham, HG4 4DY or call 01765 680 200 or e-mail: email@example.com
Sculpt is a new kind of art experience coming to Masham and six other local churches in North Stainley, West Tanfield, Well, Snape, Healey and Mickley from 25th May to 21st September 2019.
Each church will have a site-specific artwork installed by an international, innovative and inspirational artist answering the brief ‘A Response to Space’. Exciting, theatrical, family-friendly and perhaps shocking installations will be found in each church.
Come and meet West Tanfield’s artist and musician, Eduardo Niebla, at 12.30pm at Saint Nicholas’s Church and find out what it’s all about. All welcome. This art project has been made possible with the generous support of the Arts Council, the Jerusalem Trust, All Churches Trust, Skipton Hire Centres and the Himalayan Garden.
For more information visit: www.artinthechurches.co.uk