After a swirl of storms, we excitedly embrace the approaching arrival of spring. Until then, the work of renowned British figurative artist Dianne Flynn has been keeping our spirits high, her exuberant work giving a much-needed boost of warmth and energy. Dianne is the newest artist to join York Fine Arts and has already become a fast favourite. Awash with bright, natural light, Dianne’s affectionate, nostalgic scenes of children at play are timeless classics that are simply a delight to behold. You can read more about Dianne and see her available work here.
We are equally excited to announce that our newest exhibition, ‘Prismatic Palettes’, opens at our York gallery this month. A bright and bold mixed exhibition of original paintings, ‘Prismatic Palettes’ takes the love of contemporary fine art to chromatic new heights. Featuring a vibrant selection of work from artists including Terence Clarke, Terry Evans, Suzie Emery and Julian Mason, the exhibition aims to recalibrate focus from subject to pigment, laying bare the innate power of colour. The exhibition will open on Friday, the 6th of March and run until Sunday, the 5th of April and will also be available to view online.
Finally, this month the gallery has acquired and exciting new collection of over forty new paintings from our network of artists, including Dianne Flynn, Jay Nottingham, Stephen Hawkins, Terry Evans, Alex Hill, Wayne Westwood, Natalie Stutely, Paul Lancaster, Raymond Campbell, Stephen Park, Richard Telford, Amanda Jackson and Andrew Stranack Walton. Visit our Recently Acquired page to browse these new additions to the gallery’s collection and discover your next masterpiece.