After much anticipation, summer has finally arrived in a blaze of much needed sunshine. To celebrate the season, take a look at our recently opened Online Summer Exhibition (https://www.yorkfinearts.co.uk/exhibitions/online-exhibitions) and explore the curation of selected artworks that savour the essence of the great British summer.
In other exciting news, we are pleased to welcome the work of British landscape artist Terry Grundy. Terry’s captivating paintings of the countryside have proved immensely popular with galleries and collectors alike; the Earl of Carnarvon recently commissioned Terry to paint the grounds of his own home, Highclere Castle, which serves as the primary filming location for ‘Downtown Abbey’. You can see Terry’s full selection of available work and read his full biography online here. (https://www.yorkfinearts.co.uk/artist_Terry_Grundy)
In addition to Terry’s new paintings, this month the gallery also received new work by Edward Hersey, Gordon Lees, Angela Lyons, Jacqueline Stanhope, Les Spence, Steve Thoms and an exquisite ‘Barn Owl’ by Wayne Westwood (pictured left). Wayne’s choice of colours complement each other beautifully, subtly illuminating the owl in a warm, tawny glow. To view this, and other new artworks, visit at our Recently Acquired (https://www.yorkfinearts.co.uk/recently-acquired) page. We wish you the best, and hope to see you soon.