Staithes Gallery
The village of Staithes on the north Yorkshire coast has always been and still is a magnet for art and artists. Our aim at Staithes Gallery is to provide a showcase right in the heart of the old
The Geall Gallery
The Geall Gallery and Artisan Cafe are to be found in the steam railway village of Grosmont nestled in the spectacular landscape of the North Yorkshire Moors national park some 6 miles outside of
The Art Cafe
Welcome to the website of The Art Cafe, a refreshing new space in the heart of Whitby. Our aim is to create an atmosphere that is vibrant yet minimal, exciting yet relaxing; a perfect place to eat,
John Freeman
John Freeman is well known for his paintings of the North Yorkshire landscape, and in recent years, working almost exclusively in water colours, has established a reputation for his exciting snow
Middlesbrough Institute Of Modern Art
Get into the international spirit with a variety of food and drink from across the globe served in our garden marquee. Live music will be performed throughout the evening. Addressing concepts of
The Art House
The Art House has been established for over 14 years and is based on Linthorpe road opposite the Dorman Museum in Middlesbrough. Linthorpe road has a wide cross-section of shops and restaurants and
Station Art Workshop
Alongside the classes, we hold some weekend workshops run by guest artists in all sorts of subjects, such as pastels, figure drawing, lino-printing and lots more. Station Art Workshop is situated in
Barnes Daisy
Since 1988 Daisy Barnes has worked as an artist and painter in the English Watercolour tradition. Her subjects include landscapes, seascapes and flowers, drawing her inspiration from the atmospheric
Pickering Gallery
Welcome to Pickering Gallery, where you'll find a wide selection of top-quality, affordable fine art prints by our stable of excellent artists. We'd be delighted to welcome you at our gallery,
Yorkshire Coast Art
Bernard Dixon was born and bred in Doncaster and whilst appreciating the industry of his hometown, Bernard's artistic eye drew him to the natural beauty of the Yorkshire coastline and he relocated to