2017 marks 100 years since Rievaulx Abbey was taken in to the care of the state. You can now discover the most recent century of the abbey through a showcase of never before seen imagery and artefacts. Explore the transfer of the site into guardianship, the people, the process, the change – and how this […]
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Pioneering ideas, great inventions, ground-breaking discoveries, objects of beauty, innovation, artistry and craftsmanship and the people behind their creation… These products of York’s age of Enlightenment are as rich as their impact is far- reaching. A new exhibition has opened at Fairfax House celebrating the ingenuity, inventiveness and creativity of this enlightened Georgian city and sees […]
A brand new exhibition of paintings by botanical illustrator Bridget Gillespie is now showing at the Yorkshire Arboretum. The paintings in The Yorkshire Hedgerow series have all been produced from plants found within a few miles of her home on the edge of the North York Moors. They span the changing colours and growth cycles […]
An exhibition of prints by Gerard Hobson is now running at Helmsley Arts Centre. Art can be a very personal matter and what appeals to one doesn’t necessarily appeal to another. You may not agree, but this fox made me laugh out loud with pleasure. Since childhood Gerard Hobson has had a love for birds, […]
Bils & Rye Christmas Art Exhibition – 19th – 23rd November 2016 Another first for Bils & Rye is this joint venture with Sir Paul and Lady Edwards who are bringing some of their favourite artists to the gallery for a short show in time for Christmas. Regulars will recognise the work of Robert J […]
A collaborative exhibition by photographers Janet and Richard Burdon and scupltor Jennifer Tetlow:
Wildlife artist Coral Rose captures the energy and beauty of rural life, portraying traditional subjects in a contemporary style, in her fabulous display of work entitled, ‘All Around Us’, exhibiting at the Inspired by… gallery, Danby from 12 August to 4 September. Working predominately in pastel, Coral takes her inspiration from animals and the countryside, […]
An exhibition of wedding dresses dating from the 1820s to the 1960s has opened in the art gallery at Ryedale Folk Museum. Spanning over a century, the wedding dresses on display represent the changing designs and fashions in bridal wear. The wedding dresses are from the permanent collection at Ryedale Folk Museum and also the […]
Exhibition of work by six local artists, including John Creighton of Appleton-le-Moors, coming up on the weekend of June 4 and 5.
The Ryedale branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild is celebrating its Silver Jubilee with an exhibition of textile art and embroidery at The Band Room, Farndale. Refreshments will be available and you could also visit the wild daffodils! April 8 and 9, from 10.00am to 4.00pm, free entry. For more information, please call Anita Cassedy on […]
Transitions, a touring exhibition by ‘etcetera’ opens in the Art Gallery at Ryedale Folk Museum on Saturday 19 March. Etcetera is a new group composed of seven nationally and internationally exhibited quilt and embroidery artists based in the North of England. Each member of the group has produced a series of works inspired by the […]
An exhibition of hand embroidered collages and paintings by Margaret Roberts will run from July 30 to August 3 in the Moorside Room, Kirkbymoorside, from 10.30 am to 6.00 pm daily. Margaret trained as a costume and stage designer at Wimbledon School of Art, and lived in Scotland for many years before moving to Kirkbymoorside, […]
Nunnington Hall is hosting an exhibition of work by Ryedale School’s art students. The exhibition features pieces produced by pupils as part of their GCSE coursework and examinations for this year. On display until Sunday, May 10, the work includes a wide range of styles and demonstrates the use of a range of media, including […]
John Creighton, an established artist living and working in Appleton-le-Moors, has a new exhibition on now in York. John has had recent exhibitions in The Mercer Gallery in Harrogate, The Crescent in Scarborough, the City Art Gallery in Doncaster and the Python Gallery in Middlesbrough. In this new exhibition, he shows key works from the […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club is holding an exhibition of members work at the Old Library Room in Helmsley Town Hall. The exhibition starts on Friday 20th June and is open daily from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm and will run until Sunday 29th June. This year the exhibition will feature over 100 prints, both […]
Artist Julia Burns will be exhibiting at the Inspired by… gallery, Danby later this month with a collection of her quirky, original hand-printed images made using that most traditional of techniques – potato-printing. Julia’s charming ‘Red Hen Originals‘ prints evoke the rural surroundings around her Helmsley home, capturing British wildlife including birds, badgers, hares and […]
Artist Paul Musgrove will display a series of striking original prints and luminous glass pieces as part of a new exhibition at Ryedale Folk Museum’s gallery from Saturday 7 June until Sunday 20 July. A Hidden Landscape – Prints & Glass is an exhibition influenced by the UK’s archaeological landscape. Using archaeological data and maps […]
Life, Light, Land and Sea is an exhibition of paintings and ceramics by local artists Chris Carbro, Sue Willmington and Jean Cunion. The works explore the varied landscapes of the North York Moors including its dramatic coastline, hidden dales and moorland tops. The exhibition can be seen in the art gallery at the Ryedale Folk […]
The restaurant at Scampston Walled Garden is hosting an exhibition of silkscreen prints by local artist John Creighton. John was born in North Yorkshire, and lives in Appleton le Moors. Art has always been a central part of his life and he began drawing and painting from a very early age. After doing a foundation […]
George Frederick Maw (1927-2007) was well known in the town as Postman and Bandsman: a familiar figure on his round and biking to and from his allotment with buckets of vegetables and exotic flowers. ‘Fred’ was courteous, gentle, a smiling, shy, old-fashioned countryman from a venerable local family. His colleagues in band and post office […]
“Florifer”, a new exhibition in the Gallery at the Ryedale Folk Museum opens tomorrow. Ceramicist Caroline Burton and digital artist Anita Gilham have joined forces to bring together works which depict the elegant beauty of flowering plants. From the ubiquitous dandelion to the cherished poppy, this exhibition is a celebration of nature’s garden through each […]
Currently showing at Nunnington Hall is an exhibition of photographs by local photographer Joe Cornish. You may be familiar with Joe’s stunning photos of North Yorkshire countryside, coast and wildlife, but this exhibition shows him in a new light. For the last two years, he has travelled extensively overseas, to some of the world’s most […]
If you enjoyed the exhibition of Emma Stothard’s lovely life size woven willow and wire animals at Rievaulx Terrace last summer, you will be pleased to know that they are back, together with some new work, for the whole of the summer season. For more information on Emma’s work, and a fascinating video of the […]
More thoughts on entertaining the children in the Easter holidays. Dinosaurs seem to fascinate the young, so if the weather continues to be filthy over the holiday, why not hop on the 128 bus and take the kids to the dinosaur exhibition at the Rotunda Museum in Scarborough. Be transported 165 million years back in […]
Local artist Anne Thalheim, who lives and works in Appleton le Moors, currently has an exhibition of her sculptures at the Mercer Gallery in Harrogate. Anne’s work is intriguing and surprisingly beautiful – surprising, that is, when you consider that she works almost exclusively with DIY and even industrial strength plastic and metal to create […]
The opening exhibition for the year at Nunnington Hall is “Quentin Blake and Friends: The Great Generation of Children’s Book Illustration”. Quentin Blake heads a feast of Britain’s leading children’s illustrators, in a delightful exhibition of over 100 original works of art, which displays the full range of their artistic talents, from thrilling narrative to […]
Following the huge success of last years major retrospective exhibition Nunnington Hall is proud to welcome back this autumn, Jane Pinkney. Famous for her characteristic mouse illustrations and once described in the 1980s by the national press as the next Beatrix Potter Jane’s beautiful, finely detailed illustrations draw compassions to both Potter and perhaps the […]
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