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Manifest: 10,000 Hours, the new installation by artist Clare Twomey of 10,000 handmade slipcast ceramic bowls at York Art Gallery Picture: Frank Dwyer

Bowled over by Clare Twomey's new installation at re-opened York Art Gallery

A 1987 work by Richard Alan Gardham

Yorkshire mining community's working days and pub nights go on show in Richard Alan Gardham exhibition at The Golden Ball

Greg McGee, left, Ails McGee, Sir Ian Botham and artist Jim Wheat  at According To McGee's exhibition launch

Sir Ian Botham opens Dubai artist Jim Wheat's first solo show at According To McGee in York

Stagnight, by Michael Lyons, outside New School House Gallery

How a stag night turns into Stagnight in Michael Lyons's world of sculpture on wheels

Bar Lane Artists' Studios Open Doors event this weekend

Nocturne, oil on canvas, by Anthony Marshall

Blue Tree Gallery opens summer exhibition of paintings and ceramics in York

Aesthetica Art Prize victor John Keane standing in front of his winning work, Fear

What John Keane did next after winning Aesthetica Art Prize in York

Sarah Güsten Marr

Artist draws up a prize

Urban Wildlife Winner and Overall Competition Winner: The Touris, Greylag Goose, London, by Lee Acaster

The British Wildlife Photography Awards at Nunnington Hall until July 12

Olivia Sanderson’s Pink Berry Passion, a sculpture consisting of plaster forms, painted in bright colours and balanced against each other

There’s an art to this sort of life

Kaffe Fassett with pieces from his new exhibition Ancestral Gifts, at York’s Quilt Museum, for which has produced 15 new pieces of work

Bright ideas from ‘King of Colour’, Kaffe Fassett

Myles Linley, left, and Richard Barnes at their show in York

York ReMastered exhibition, Tower Street, York until June 28

Annie Parkinson with her piece Suvla Bay, part of the 1914: When the World Changed Forever exhibition at the Castle Museum in York;

Threads of War: An Exhibition of Contemporary Textiles at York Castle Museum

Judy Burnett’s Tour de Yorkshire triptych

New Tour de Yorkshire print from artist Judy Burnett

Suzanne Decker and Pyramid Gallery owner Terry Brett with two of Suzanne’s Lucky Tokens

21st anniversary exhibition, Pyramid Gallery, York, May 9 to July 14

Curator Charlotte Sane   with Time Odd Essay Video  by Debra Fear

Toast, School House Gallery, Peasholme Inn, York until May 9

Lucy Adlington dons a fairy gown to promote her lecture at the Castle Museum on Wednesday, looking at the history and stories behind pieces such as Dorothy’s red slippers

Lucy’s fairy talk promises to cast a spell on fashion fans - York Castle Museum, May 6

Among the Pocklington Area Open Studios artists opening their doors this weekend are: back row, left to right, Gerry Grant, Penny De Corte; front, Lyn Grant, Avril Cheetham, Debbie March, Jill Ford and Christine Anne Cullum.

Pocklington Area Open Studios, May 2 and 3

Anita Bowerman’s Tour de Yorkshire paper-cut

Anita Bowerman is official artist to first Tour de Yorkshire

Himalayan Garden member of staff Hannah Wilson, leaning on a tree, with David Williams-Ellis's sculpture Sunrise. Picture by Simon Ryder

Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park at The Hutts, Grewelthorpe

Cathy Needham in her studio in Heworth

Artists open their studios to public

Finale by Jude Brown

A Yorkshire Bike Ride Through The Netherlands, Dutch House, Crayke, April 25 to May 31

Artwork by MJ Forster

MJ Foster exhibition, Feversham Arms Hotel, Helmsley, May 9 to 24

York City walls and Bishopgate Street by David Patrick

2015 York Open Studios, April 17 to 19 and April 25 and 26

Hazlewood Castle, paper cut by Anita Bowerman

Anita Bowerman: paper cuts and paintings, Hazlewood Castle Hotel, near York, April 21

Sculptor Sally Arnup at work in her studios in Holtby, where she will be taking part in York Open Studios Weekend

Sally Arnup's latest creation to go on display during York Open Studios weekends - April 18-19 & 25-26

Made Of More

Breathing Into Bloom. Photography by Katherine April, The White Room, Priestley’s at No. 36, Bootham, York, until May 2

Pickering Wartime Weekend by Rob Townsend

Rob Townsend: Places and People, The Sun Inn, Pickering, until April 30

Artist Sue Kershaw at work in her studio.

Artisit exhibits her Italian-inspired mosaic work

Suzanne Mooney, winner of the student category in the Aestetica  Art Prize, in front of her piece Come Away O... in the  Exhibition at St Mary’s Church

Artist Suzanne Mooney flies in for winning turn

An example  of the student art

Students artists on show at Nunnington Hall, until May 10

Work by John Thornton

John Thornton: Horizens, Kentmere House Gallery, York until June

Kate Kenney paints near Luray in the Shenandoah, Virginia

Kate Kenney: Inspired By The Journey, York Hospital April 7 to June 7

: Four paintings from John Keane’s Fear series, winner of the Main Prize in the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015

Images drawn from Stalinist terror win this year's Aesthetica Art Prize

Beccy Ridsdel, ceramicist, front, with Ellie Crosby, jeweller, left, and three artists taking part in York Open Studios for the first time this year, Robin Grover-Jacques, Jane Dignum and Liz Foster

Artists set to open their doors for York Open Studios

HANGING SPACE: Bob Frith, of The Dave Pearson Trust, and Ails McGee hanging a Dave Pearson work at According To McGee, York

Dave Pearson: Transitions, According To McGee, Tower Street, York, until April 12

Dawn Theaker, of The National Railway Museum, promotes the Playing Trains exhibition;

Playing Trains, National Railway Museum, York until September 6

York artist Richard Barnes, taking part in the 2015 York Open Studios taster exhibition

2015 York Open Studios, April 17 to 19 and April 25 and 26

Suzanne Mooney’s Come Away, O’...

Aesthetica Art Prize to be announced at exhibition launch

Artist Sue Kershaw with examples of her work

Sue Kershaw: Fragments Of Time, Otley Courthouse, West Yorkshire, March 29 up until May 3

Late Again by Susan Bower

Paintings by Susan Bower at Kentmere House Gallery in York

Adele Howitt’s Seed Pod In Blue

Adele Howitt: The Landscape Is Memory, York College Gallery, until March 26

Jenny Morton pictured with her late husband Geoff's work 'Pawns in the Game' behind

Parallel Journeys, Paintings, Prints and Ceramics by Geoff and Jenny Morten, New School House Gallery, Peasholme Green, York, until April 19.

James Maskrey with his blown bottles

Ripples – Glass Inspired By Nature, Pyramid Gallery, York, March 14 to May 5

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel inspires Pocklington Arts Centre exhibition

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel inspires Pocklington Arts Centre exhibition

New Visuality Arts Awards lead to exhibitions

New Visuality Arts Awards lead to exhibitions

Queerness Is Forming, screenprint by Nathan Chenery . "It  has hidden elements, if you look really close," he says.

Queerness Is Forming, Quad South Foyer, York St John University until March 6

3-D QUEEN: Joanne Parker and Nicole Frankel admire Equanimity by Chris Levine and Rob Munday

Royals: Then and Now, Beningbrough Hall, February 28 - November 1

Morning in Bushy Park, by Kassia Nowak

Stunning nature photographs on display in a new exhibition in North Yorkshire

Summer running by Shaun Argent, one of the pictures in the exhibition

International Garden Photographer of the Year exhibition, Nunnington Hall, March 22; Rievaulx Terrace until April 19

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