Northern Potters Association exhibition, Turnstone Gallery, Sandsend, April 26 until June 8

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11:45am Monday 21st April 2014

THE Northern Potters Association is exhibiting at the Turnstone Gallery, in Sandsend, near Whitby, from Saturday (APRIL 26).

Allaway & Jones, Artemis House, York, April 28

York Press: Allaway & Jones, Artemis House, York, April 28

11:14am Thursday 17th April 2014

FOR one night only, artists Allaway & Jones take over Artemis House, in Eboracum Way, York, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on Monday, April 28.

Students display work at Fusion exhibition

York Press: Carolyn Thorpe, Jerry Worley, Will Holland and Anna Brown with some art work that forms part of the Fusion exhibition at York Theatre Royal.

10:26am Saturday 12th April 2014

STUDENTS from York College are displaying an artistic showcase of their work in an exhibition called Fusion at York Theatre Royal this month.

Angela Bell exhibition, Pocklington Arts Centre until June 4

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2:42pm Friday 11th April 2014

HULL artist Angela Bell will launch her mixed media and acrylic exhibition at a preview on Sunday afternoon from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. The show will then run from Wednesday to June 4.

York: The Urban And The Rural, According To McGee, York, April 12 to 26

York Press: Artist Malcolm Ludvigsen

4:41pm Thursday 10th April 2014

YORK gallery According To McGee is veering away from the cutting edge to celebrating "art that our grandparents would have enjoyed" in its duo show by Richard Gray and Malcolm Ludvigsen.

Portrait project thrills Yorkshire artist

York Press: Portrait artist Michelle Clarke-Stables

3:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

YORKSHIRE portrait artist Michelle Clarke-Stables is to paint Dame Judi Dench after receiving approval from the York actress.

The Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition, York St Mary’s, Castlegate, York, until June 22

York Press: Sybille Neumeyer with her work  Song of the Last Queen,  winner of the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition at York St Mary’s

2:57pm Thursday 10th April 2014

PIERRE de Coubertin founded the modern Olympic Games with the creed, “The most important thing is not winning but taking part”.

Rugged Faces, An Exhibition of Travel Portraits by Ray Price, Spring Espresso, York, April 15 to June 2

York Press: Rugged Faces exhibition

12:42pm Thursday 10th April 2014

NO sooner has one exhibition by York photographer Ray Price ended at Spring Espresso than another will open only a fortnight later at the Fossgate coffee bar.

York Open Studios 2014

York Press: Mount Terrace by Emily Sutton

12:25pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

OVER the next two weekends comes the chance to see art, buy art and meet the artists throughout the city at York Open Studios 2014.

John “Coolbox” Lawton - York, Countryside and Coast, Grays Court, Chapter House Street, York, until June 30

York Press: Artist John Lawton with one of his paintings in the exhibition at Grays Court

12:19pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

JOHN Lawton, engineer, financial consultant, qualified chef, private investigator, former pub landlord, tarot card consultant and landscape and seascape artist, prefers to exhibit under the name of Coolbox.

Anita Bowerman’s brush with the Angel of The North

York Press: Anita Bowerman's paper cut of the Angel of The North

12:05pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

HARROGATE artist Anita Bowerman has just completed an intricate paper cut of the Angel of The North after two months, working three hours a day.

The Apollo Five’s Exhibition of Paintings, Drawing And Prints, April 4 to 26

York Press: A piece by Paul Bramley for the Apollo Show

2:48pm Thursday 27th March 2014

FIVE York artists are uniting to mount an an independent exhibition in April at a pop-up gallery space in Apollo Street, off Heslington Road, from next Friday.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition, York St Mary’s, Coppergate, York, April 4 to June 22

York Press: An image from Ines Molina Navea's photographic series 541 Dias

12:26pm Thursday 27th March 2014

THE Aesthetica Art Prize returns to York St Mary's this spring with eight shortlisted finalists awaiting the announcement of the winner on Thursday.

Women’s festival hailed a success

York Press: Claire Morley and James Martin as Lois Relph and Eustace Gaydon  in The Stepmother

11:06am Thursday 27th March 2014

YORK International Women's Week coordinator Sue Lister is reflecting on "our most diverse and well-attended women’s festival for years".

Terror and treasure abound in Viking show

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8:16am Friday 21st March 2014

FROM the smallest of beads to the vast longboat, it is impossible not to be impressed.

Dave Pearson: Colourist, According To McGee, York, until April 6

York Press: Greg and Ails McGee with Bob Frith, right, and one of Dave Pearson’s works

3:36pm Thursday 20th March 2014

ACCORDING To McGee is exhibiting the work of "one one of the most crucial but overlooked artists of the past 50 years" as part of the York gallery's tenth anniversary celebrations.

Make It Slow touring exhibition, Pocklington Arts Centre until April 5

York Press: Fenella Elms with some of her work

12:20pm Thursday 20th March 2014

THE “slow cooking” philosophy is spreading to craft makers in an exhibition with the message that the traditional processes behind their contemporary art cannot be hurried.

The West Country Comes to Yorkshire: New Work by Steve Slimm and Helen Sinclair, Bils & Rye Gallery, Nunnington, York, April 1 to 30

York Press: One of the paintings from the exhibition

12:15pm Thursday 20th March 2014

THE West Country comes to North Yorkshire on April 1 after Bils & Rye Gallery owners Nick and Kate Bentley took time out in February to visit Cornwall.

And Now For Something Completely Different… Neil and Heather Simone, The Simone Gallery, The Old School, Whixley, near York; March 23 to April 6

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11:28am Thursday 20th March 2014

EXCUSE his pun, but Neil Simone is calling his first show of 2014 the “Easel”y Unlike Any Other Exhibition.

Anita Bowerman’s exhibition of paper cuts, Weetons food hall, Harrogate, until April 23

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9:51am Thursday 20th March 2014

HARROGATE artist Anita Bowerman’s exhibition of paper cuts has opened at Weetons food hall, in West Park, Harrogate.

Lesley Birch, The White Room, Priestley’s At No 36, Bootham, York, until March 29

York Press: Lesley Birch

2:26pm Tuesday 18th March 2014

YORK artist Lesley Birch is holding a solo show at The White Room, the downstairs gallery at Priestley’s At No 36, in Bootham, York, until March 29.

Ephemeral Light, Spurriergate Centre, York,

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3:32pm Tuesday 18th March 2014

A NEW photography exhibition has opened at the Spurriergate Centre in York.

Kate Walters: A World Revealed, New School House Gallery, York, until April 26

York Press: Artist Kate Walters at the gallery

2:16pm Saturday 15th March 2014

SWISS psychiatrist Carl Jung once said, “if you don’t answer to your creativity, it will kill you”, or words to that effect.

Stunning wildlife photographs go on display at Nunnington Hall

York Press: A little owl walking, by photographer Austin Thomas

10:28am Saturday 15th March 2014

AN EXHIBITION of the most stunning wildlife photographs of 2013 is to go on display at a North Yorkshire country house.

For The Love Of Purple, Pyramid Gallery, York, until March 18

York Press: Pyramid Gallery owner Terry Brett with Purpleman

12:48pm Thursday 13th March 2014

IT is possible that The Purpleman of York, with his purple patch in Stonegate, is the most photographed cyclist in the world.

Pam Grimmond and Claire Shackleton exhibition, The Café 68, Gillgate, until April 26

York Press: Pam Grimmond in her Markington studio

12:30pm Thursday 13th March 2014

IN her dad’s greenhouse was a big pile of unglazed saucers. Pam Grimmond felt compelled to paint them, and so began an artist’s life that has flourished since those Stoke-on-Trent childhood beginnings.

Ray Price’s YO1 & Beyond exhibition, Spring Espresso, Fossgate, York, until March 30

York Press: Photographer Ray Price

11:43am Thursday 13th March 2014

RAY Price spent his working career in the rail industry in London, retiring ten years ago to York at the age of 49 to pursue his life-long interest in photography. He has since travelled extensively, camera in hand, with local people forming the centre of his portfolio, as they are in his YO1 & Beyond exhibition at the Spring Espresso artisan coffee house in Fossgate, York. CHARLES HUTCHINSON puts the man himself in the frame.

Portrait of playwright Githa Sowerby on display at York Theatre Royal

York Press: Portrait of playwright Githa Sowerby on display at York Theatre Royal

12:36pm Thursday 13th March 2014

MICHELLE Clarke-Stables has added another “Brilliant Woman” to her stable of portraits - of neglected North Eastern playwright Githa Sowerby.

Painting day with artist Heather Dormer

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12:32pm Thursday 13th March 2014

PROFESSIONAL artist Heather Dormer will give tuition at a Painting Day at Ingerthorpe Grange, Markington, near Harrogate, on Thursday, May 15.

Kate Walters: A World Revealed, New School House Gallery, York, until April 26

York Press: Kate Walters: A World Revealed, New School House Gallery, York, until April 26

1:01pm Friday 7th March 2014

KATE Walters will launch her new exhibition, A World Revealed, at the New School House Gallery, Peasholme Green, York, this evening from 6pm.

Mayor visits inspirational art show Dream Catcher

York Press: Lord Mayor of York Coun Julie Gunnell and her party at           According to McGee, with prize-winner with Holly Durkin

11:40am Thursday 6th March 2014

THE Lord Mayor of York, Councillor Julie Gunnell, has met artists from disadvantaged and marginalised groups and York schools, all inspired by the Dream Catcher exhibition at According To McGee.

Yorkshire Made Me exhibition, Garden Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, March 29 to June 1

York Press: Dame Judi Dench at her home. Pictures copright:  Jennifer Robertson and Lynne Fletcher

12:51pm Thursday 27th February 2014

YORK’S own Dame Judi Dench had just got back from the New York premiere of her last Bond movie, Skyfall, when photographers Jennifer Robertson and Lynne Fletcher went to her Surrey home to photograph her.

Turning The Tide exhibition, Kentmere House Gallery, Scarcroft Hill, York, until April 14

York Press: Turning The Tide exhibition, Kentmere House Gallery, Scarcroft Hill, York, until April 14

2:30pm Thursday 27th February 2014

KENTMERE House Gallery owner Ann Petherick first discovered John Thornton’s work in an open exhibition in Hull.

Stately home to host royal portrait exhibition

York Press: Queen Elizabeth – Lightness of Being, a holograph of the Queen from the collection of royal portraits from the National Portrait Gallery on display at Beningbrough Hall

7:53am Thursday 27th February 2014

Visitors to a North Yorkshire stately home will come face to face with royalty this year.

York photographer’s work to feature in London show

York Press: One of  photographer David Kenward’s images

9:10am Friday 21st February 2014

WORKS by a talented photographer from York will be showcased in a national exhibition in London.

Pop-Up Art Space, Little Stonegate, February 27

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10:47am Tuesday 18th February 2014

ARTISTS from York will be exhibiting their work when the Pop-Up Art Space in the city unveils the start of a month of events.

Discovery exhibition at Nunnington Hall showcases art by York College students

York Press: Steve Campbell, a 3D design student at York College, with his piece, New Life

8:55am Friday 14th February 2014

A CERAMIC crocodile, scenes from Alice In Wonderland and a cityscape in 3D form part of a new art exhibition by York College students at a Ryedale stately home.

Artist finishes paper cutting heart out for Valentine’s Day

York Press: Artist finishes paper cutting heart out for Valentine’s Day

3:22pm Friday 14th February 2014

HARROGATE artist Anita Bowerman has just finished paper cutting this heart out for Valentine’s Day.

New exhibition unearths a glimpse of the past

York Press: Sarah Maultby, collections officer for Woodhams-Stone Collection, and Margaret Shaw, project manager for Malton Museum in the Community, who are preparing for their forthcoming exhibition

11:20am Wednesday 12th February 2014

FASCINATING glimpses into the lost history of Malton and Norton are on offer at a new exhibition.

A Trip To The Coast exhibition, The Coast Gallery, Mill Lane, Cloughton

York Press: The Wolds from the Sledmere to Malton Road, oil on canvas, by Kate Kenney

2:53pm Thursday 30th January 2014

YORK artist Kate Kenney is exhibiting at The Coast Gallery, Mill Lane, Cloughton, near Scarborough, from tomorrow until the first week of March.

Women-only show for gallery’s new exhibition

York Press: Freya Horsley’s painting, Arc, which is part of the exhibition

11:49am Wednesday 29th January 2014

INTERNATIONAL poetry magazine Dream Catcher set York gallery director Ails McGee a challenge in her role as arts advisor for issue number 28.

Cabin Fever and Anglia Textile Works exhibitions, York Quilt Museum, until May 10

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11:41am Tuesday 28th January 2014

Fiona Draper, manager of the York Quilt Museum, shows off a doll’s crib with a miniature Log Cabin patchwork quilt, alongside a bed covered in a Jubilee Quilt and, in the background, a Log Cabin design chair and bean bag by Ann Bibby.

York Curiouser art event to encourage people to explore hidden areas of the city

York Press: From left, Sally Greaves-Lord, Damian Murphy, Janet Hodgson, Susanne Davies, John Wedgwood Clarke, Jacques Nimki, Karen Thompson, Anna Heinrich, Leon Palmer

7:45am Saturday 25th January 2014

ARTISTS from across the country will encourage people to explore hidden areas of York next summer through an innovative new visual arts project.

Own Art scheme worries for Kentmere House gallery

York Press: Charlotte Berresford, a York nurse, is a regular Own Art buyer at Kentmere House Gallery

2:50pm Thursday 23rd January 2014

COULD measures designed to curb the activities of payday lenders harm the Own Art scheme run by art galleries?

The Garage Projects' Beginnings, Middles, Ends, According To McGee until January 25

York Press: Jack Park, Will Thompson, Paul Crook, Mary Wintour and Ian Parkin

3:14pm Thursday 16th January 2014

YORK gallery According To McGee launches its year-long tenth anniversary celebrations tomorrow with an exhibition of the sharpest work from Goldsmiths and Glasgow School of Art graduates.

Bils & Rye at Nunnington Studios celebrates first birthday with a selection of heart-themed artworks

York Press: Ceramic hearts by  Louise Hall

3:07pm Thursday 16th January 2014

NUNNINGTON gallery Bils & Rye will celebrate its first birthday on St Valentine’s Day, prompting owners Nick and Kate Bentley to mark the occasion with a selection of heart-themed artworks.

Jean Luce's Edges exhibition, Café 68 in Gillygate, York

York Press: Jean Luce's Cave And Gannet

2:52pm Thursday 16th January 2014

YORK sea and landscape artist Jean Luce is taking her art to the edge in her new show at Café 68 in Gillygate, York.

Linda Combi's Inside York exhibition, The Golden Ball pub, Cromwell Road, York

York Press: Linda Combi's Inside York exhibition, The Golden Ball pub, Cromwell Road, York

2:54pm Thursday 16th January 2014

YORK calendar artist and illustrator Linda Combi is exhibiting at The Golden Ball pub in Cromwell Road, York, for four weeks from this weekend.

DrawingBoard: RX3 – Repetition, Reoccurence, Reiteration, Westminster Arcade, Harrogate, until January 10

York Press: A piece of art from DrawingBoard’s first exhibiton

10:13am Thursday 9th January 2014

TODAY and tomorrow will be the last opportunities to see the first fruits of DrawingBoard, an artist-led initiative that offers a platform for artists to showcase their work in Harrogate.

Dimidium art exhibition, New School House Gallery, York, January 8 to 11

York Press: Students from York St John University setting up their exhibition in the New School Gallery

4:41pm Tuesday 7th January 2014

FROM painting and drawing to video and performance, the Dimidium art exhibition will showcase the diverse talents of York St John University’s Fine Art students from tomorrow until Saturday.



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