With the sights and sounds of spring now cheerfully unfolding around us, we send our warmest greetings to you all. After a host of seasonal new arrivals, the gallery is positively blooming, each individual work of art bringing yet another layer of delight. From bright, floral still lifes to lively, sun-soaked panoramas, our newest collection of artwork embraces the hopeful excitement of the season.
This month the gallery is delighted to open its newest exhibition, 'Horizons'. Bringing together the work of plein air painters Julian Mason, Michael John Ashcroft, ROI and David Sawyer, RBA, this mixed show explores the powerful call of the landscape and the myriad opportunities to be found on its beckoning horizons. From romantic urban skylines to wide open natural spaces, this collection of original paintings evokes an adventurous spirit of discovery. The exhibition opens at our York gallery on Friday, 24 March and runs until Sunday, 16 April but will also be available to view online.
In other news, we are happy to confirm that we are continuing to offer virtual viewings alongside our home viewing service. We certainly appreciate that while a wander over our three floors of fine art is an undeniable pleasure, not everyone is able to make a visit to the gallery as often as they might like. Whether it be additional video footage of an artwork or a live, one-to-one meeting to view and discuss a work of interest, we will do all that we can to ensure you are able to add to your collection with confidence. To request a virtual viewing, contact the gallery now.
And finally, the gallery is delighted to have recently welcomed new work from Clare Haley, Sean Durkin, Kitty Lambton, Andrew Grant Kurtis, Alex Hill, Amanda Jackson, Richard Telford, Natalie Stutely, Jay Nottingham, Raymond Campbell, Alan Smith and Terry Evans. With a few more arrivals expected in the coming weeks, remember to check back on our Recently Acquired page to have the first look at what could be your next masterpiece.
We hope you’ll enjoy our March Newsletter. As ever, we thank you for your patronage and look forward to welcoming you to the gallery soon.