River Nidd in Autumn Duck on lake Ashfoldside Beck Heron fishing in Nidd
Author Archives: Charles Mellor
The print room (kitchen table) was busy and the art gallery (lounge) was full of his and her paintings and prints. A stream of art lovers, hikers, lost folk or people attracted by the blue art installation and the wind chimes, wandered in out of the sun to get their hands dirty (with ink) or […]
The annual Bewerley Grange Chapel flower festival theme was “Famous Women, Past and Present” There were floral tributes to Jane Tomlinson, Beryl Burton, Amy Johnson, Florence Nightingale, Emmeline Pankhurst, Grace Darling, Hannah Hawkeswell and others.
Katrina Brayshaw – Angles of Light. An exhibition of photographs of wild and remote places and other idiosyncratic images at number 6 studio gallery Pateley Bridge. “Landscape photography became a passion for me some seven years ago, and is really an extension of my lifelong love of the outdoors, and in particular, my love of […]
Lofthouse Art Group exhibited their work in Lofthouse Memorial Institute. There was a good range of paintings by members In addition there was a display of splendid historical and archaeological artefacts. And of course, tea, coffee and cake.
A group of artists exhibiting in their studio hut near the pond. Works by John Exley, Margaret Hockney, Elaine Malkin and Jean Millward and others. John Exley – Paintings John Exley – Sketchbook Margaret Hockney – Scanned Images Margaret Hockney – Scanned Image Jean Millward – Original painted floral cards Elain Malkin – […]
“Minerva’s Owl and Friends” & “Glass in Glasshouses” are in Broadbelt Hall. Aug 27 & 28 Work by Margaret Vallely, Penny Riley-Smith, Dayna Cowper, Gill Kirk & Sandra Gascoigne Photographs by Margaret Vallely Textiles by Margaret Vallely Prints by Gill Kirk Glass by Penny Riley Smith Textile painting by Penny Riley Smith Buttons […]
Margaret Clapperton is in her studio at Smelthouses from 12 noon to 5pm Sunday & Monday Aug 27 & 28
Fishpond woods and Icehouse in Bewerley across from the Chapel at the end of Peat Lane. Open during daylight hours. Walk through the woodland in search of ‘wish tree’ style markers created by silk artist Jane Carlisle Bellerby. Created within the wood and stitched with text, they provide a stimulus for green exercise and a […]