Blue Light Gallery

Browse the Blue Light gallery & exhibition space and perhaps you’ll walk off with a masterpiece!

The Blue Light Gallery is a small gallery located on the ground floor of the Community Office, in Masham’s Old Police House. You can view the work of talented local artists and makers. The changing exhibitions include high quality work to admire or buy from local painters, printmakers, photographers, ceramicists, sculptors, jewellery-makers, textile artists woodworkers and more. Expect something different every time you visit.

The gallery supports local artists and makers by providing them with a place to showcase and sell their work. Some of the proceeds of any sales also go to support the work of the Community Office.

If you are a local artist or maker struggling to find space to exhibit and sell your work, we may have the answer.  The Blue Light Gallery is housed in the Community Office which is the Tourism Information Point for Mashamshire, as well as providing a range of services and information for locals too. This means we expect high levels of footfall – average 1,000 visitors a month out of season and 2,000 per month during the peak season. The space is staffed during opening hours (10:00am till 3:00pm) throughout the year. 

For any artists, makers and photographers with high quality work who wish to exhibit, the gallery offers:

– space available approximately 4 metres square
– a specialist hanging system that can accommodate a variety of sizes and types of framed work
– two glass display cabinets perfect for displaying jewellery, ceramics, sculpture, textiles etc
– further open cabinets and shelving to provide display space for larger or heavier work
– access to credit and debit card sales

We aim to to have a constantly changing exhibition so space can be arranged for periods of 4 weeks and charges are flexible.  

Please get in touch via email or call 01765 680200 for more information or call in and take a look. To download the rate card click here.

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