Please join us Sunday 1st March and meet Bradford born artist Danny Abrahams. We will unveil new oil paintings by Danny that have been inspired by our wonderful valley and landmarks. As a true Yorkshire man, Bradford born and bred, the local beauty of the northern landscape influences Danny. His many travels when he was […]
What is your Exhibition ‘Thought Dreams about? An exhibition of recent paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures. All of the work is representational, though often veering towards abstraction. Subject matter is fairly traditional – landscapes, still lifes, nudes – but these may be subverted, and are, frequently so. Describe your creative background? I have been painting […]
Hardcastle Crags and Gibson Mill are delighted to launch their Autumn/Winter event programme on Sunday 29th September with the opening of a stunning exhibition created by local artists, Steve Gumbley and Jane Revitt. ‘The Grimm Forest’ is a walk-through kinetic sculpture, conjured from a book, with images from Grimms’ stories presented in new exciting ways. The trees […]
Tributes include a red bandana, coins, badges, stones, crystals, flows real, plastic and silk, a glass of wine, wrapping paper, a pink fluffy-topped and other types of pens, sweet papers, pencils, lipsticks, poetry, gold string, a red heart, red ribbon, drawings of Sylvia and Ted Hughes, photographs of Sylvia and postcards from far afield. Some […]
Photo credit to David Rusbatch Welcome to the Inter-Arts Festival of Childhood at The David Wright Gallery at Artsmill is on from Wednesday 7th of August – Sunday 18th of August, open from Wednesday – Sunday each week. During the 2 weeks we have an Art and Word Exhibition, Workshops, Talks, Art Installations, Films and […]
The Rag Market is a twice yearly event run by Hebden Bridge WI to raise funds for our Charity of the year, which, this year is ‘Music for the Many’, a local Charity which aims to provide and give local school children the opportunity to learn a variety of musical instruments. It also pays for […]
neo:studios is pleased to present a pioneering exhibition of contemporary art, which explores the impact of technology on our daily physical and social environment and on visual culture in general.