From the height of summer, we extend our very best greetings to you all. After much anticipation, our York gallery’s newest exhibition, ‘Clare Haley: Light of Yorkshire’, is now open and hanging in its full splendour. Timeless and atmospheric, Clare’s exciting collection of paintings is sure to captivate new and seasoned collectors alike. The exhibition runs until Sunday, the 26th of August; but we would strongly advise an early viewing to avoid disappointment. For those unable to view the exhibition in person, the collection will also be available to view online.
In equally exciting news, Terence Clarke’s recent painting ‘Golden Afternoon, Cote D’Azur’ has been featured in a four-page spread of the August issue of Artists & Illustrators. In this fascinating article, Terence takes us step-by-step through the process and progression of the painting, from its initial inspiration to the finished piece. Providing true insight into Terence’s artistic vision and rigorous technique, the article is the sort of prized accompaniment to a painting of which contemporary collectors dream.
In addition to the paintings by Clare Haley, this month the gallery also acquired new work by Stephen Hawkins, Amanda Jackson, Sean Durkin, Alan Smith, Natalie Stutely, Richard Telford and Ken Hammond. In addition, three new, magnificent racing paintings by Jacqueline Stanhope have also arrived—just in time for this month’s Ebor Festival. Do visit our Recently Acquired page to view these newest additions to the gallery’s collection.
We wish you the best, and look forward to welcoming you to our galleries soon.
Jacqueline’s work is treasured by patrons and collectors alike, and continues to stand out among British traditional and contemporary fine art. From the world’s finest racehorses to the most beloved family pet, Jacqueline continues to painstakingly capture precise and intimate details of her subjects, giving her paintings not only aesthetic beauty, but also personalities.