Joseph Hayton is open Aug 20 to 25 from 9:30 to 5pm in his King Street Workshop.
He has examples of his work in marble, clay and bronze.
On Sunday & Monday 26th & 27th at 2:30pm, some of the artists will be in Blubberhouses church and happy to talk about their techniques. Find out how they produce the stunning effects in their own media. Come along to view and ask all the questions you want!
Jane Carlise Bellerby – Silk art, mixed media paintings and cards to help WaterAid.
Paul Howell – Landscape photography of views seldom seen across the moors and Dales.
Brian Hindmarch – Printmaker, etchings created on location in the Dales.
William Watson West – Silk textiles and prints based on landscapes, flora and fauna.
Duncan Clayton – Woodcrafts including pyrography and painting.
Dorothy Cannon – Acrylic paintings.
Paul Howell, Bowerdale, photography
Duncan Clayton, woodcraft & painting
Brian Hindmarsh, printmaker.
William Watson West, textiles and paintings
Tea, coffee and cake available.
Paintings by members of the Lofthouse Art Group and local made crafts in the refurbished bandroom, daily to Aug 27, 10am to 4pm.
Lofthouse Art Group following the water theme
Serene Glow by Jenni Worsnop
Looking Down Gouthwaite by Pam Salter
Sticks by Bill Spencer
Preview of the “Upper Dale as seen through the eyes of four local artists”.
Exhibition is open at No. 6 King Street Workshops, Pateley Bridge, HG3 5LE from 10:30am to 5pm until August 27th.
Waiting for drink and nibbles
Plenty to talk about
Gill Kirk – Print
Sarah Garforth – Monoprint
Joseph Hayton – Sculpture
The Dales exhibition at the Royal Oak, Dacre Banks is mix of local arts and crafts.
Open Aug 17 to 18, Friday & Saturday 11am to 5pm
Scratch card art from James Owen Thomas
Hand Woven Textiles from Rachel Ferneley
Wood turned items from Roland Wilkinson
Items from “Stitching Together”
Bargello cushion cover by Daphne Clay
Wirework ducks by Anne Kent
Paintings by Chris and Marjorie Sexton
Chinese paintings by Charles Mellor
Photographs by Tim Speight
The NiddArt Trail brochure, map and planner are available as PDFs on the website download page at click > niddart.org.uk. The printed brochure (A3 folded) is now in libraries and tourist information offices in Knaresborough, Ripon, Harrogate and Pateley Bridge.