Gavagan Art is owned by Mary Gavagan, who has a wealth of knowledge and experience in presenting exhibitions, and advising on the purchase and collection of modern and contemporary art, having done sofor over 25 years. Mary was Director of the University Art Gallery at Lancaster University for over 20 years, developing the gallery's collection and staging highly-acclaimed fine art and craft exhibitions.
Nestled on the borders of Lancashire, North Yorkshire and Cumbria, halfway between Lancaster and Kendal and only 10 minutes drive from the popular tourist town of Kirkby Lonsdale, lies Stonegate GlassStudio and Gallery. The Gallery is set in an 18th century barn in the heart of the quiet village of Low Bentham, popular with walkers for beautiful views and tranquil riverside walks.
Whether working in clay or with paint, I apply the same principal of building up layers and texture. Using different thicknesses of paint, and utilizing collage, ink and pastel, I can create surfaceinterest and depth in the painting. By using clay as a canvas, I can build up the surface in various stages by using slips, oxides and glazes, often multi firing and adding to a piece until I am satisfied with the results.
Opened by Mackenzie and Susan, Arthaus gallery has remained the only gallery dedicated to Mackenzie's work. Even as an international artist now working from his Brighton studio, Mackenzie has alwayskept his ties with the North and stayed true to his roots which is reflected in the work he creates.
Established in 2010 by artist Sue Dewhurst The Pop-Up Gallery is a whirlwind of creativity, bringing innovative artistic happenings to unusual venues across The Dales. The aims are to help Artistsreach new audiences, boost local economies and also engage this richly diverse community in all aspects of the creative process through hands-on Art workshops, festivals and exhibitions.
Studied at High Wycombe School of Art and The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford. Moved to Yorkshire in 1996. Works in various media, including: wood, metal, oil, acrylic, watercolur andpastels. Portfolio includes: abstract expressionist landscapes (inspired by the Yorkshire landscape), figurative work and still life. Discovered textiles on moving to Yorkshire in 1996.
Jonathan was born in Leeds and after several years spent working in a variety of jobs and running his own gallery he decided to to devote himself to full time painting. Jonathan was a finalist in theUp and Coming artist 2003 and 2004 and Best selling Artist 2004 and 2005 which was organised by the Fine Art Trade Guild.
Clare Lindley is a papercut artist who depicts trees, birds and nature with the deft flick of a scalpel and Sue Dewhurst a painter of brightly coloured canvases of Yorkshire barns, meadows and the oddchicken with attitude. Art Tarts serves as their open studio, workshop space and selling gallery offering a wide range of their work including original papercuts, paintings, mixed media work, jewellery, cards and more with prices to suit all pockets ranging from ?2.50 to ?500.
Chantry House Gallery was established in 1980 and has the reputation of being one of the most interesting and affordable art galleries in North Yorkshire. Set in the historic and beautiful village ofRipley, home of Ripley Castle and just 3 miles north of Harrogate, it is a charming and idyllic location for a gallery. The gallery showcases a wealth of established northern artists together with a handful of carefully selected artists from further afield.
Welcome to the online gallery of artists Liz Clarke and Dave Marsh, who trade as The Elm Gallery. Here you can see the full range of Liz and Dave's art and buy cards, prints and gifts from theiroriginal paintings. Liz and Dave also have individual websites where you can see their latest work and find out which of their paintings are still available to purchase.