With the promise of summer lingering in the air, we extend our warmest greetings to you all. In a scene of quintessential country charm, Edward Hersey’s ‘Roving Days Are Done’ is tinged with rust and nostalgia. A bright slice of rural tranquillity, this newest work by Edward is a true exemplar of his pristine technique, resulting in a prized centrepiece for both new and experienced collectors alike.
In a month of new beginnings, we are delighted to welcome a surge of visitors back to York and into our Grade II listed gallery, a spellbinding example of the Tudor style of architecture for which the city is renowned. Looking forward to the long summer months ahead, our galleries are primed for exploration and discovery, filled with original artwork from a selection of Britain’s leading landscape, marine and figurative painters.
It is with great anticipation our York gallery prepares for next month’s launch of our annual Clare Haley exhibition. The exhibition will open on Friday the 30th of July and run until Sunday the 22nd of August. To celebrate the opening of the exhibition, the gallery will be hosting a ‘Meet the Artist’ event with Clare herself for a second year. Do keep an eye on our gallery News page, as well as our social media accounts for further details, which will be released in the coming weeks. As one of our most highly anticipated exhibitions of the year, we would highly recommend an early viewing to avoid disappointment.
Finally this month, as well as new work by Edward Hersey, the gallery is thrilled to received paintings by Alex Hill, Jay Nottingham, Stephen Hawkins and Terry Evans. With more artwork due to arrive, remember to check in on our Recently Acquired page throughout the month.
We wish you the very best of health and happiness and look forward to welcoming you to our galleries.