Tue Jan 14 @ 10.00 am - Sat Feb 22 @ 5.00 pm
“Treescapes” is the latest exhibition at village gallery on Colliergate, York and features the works of Yorkshire based artist Paul Blackwell. The exhibition opens on Tuesday 14th January 2020 and runs until 22nd February 2020.
Paul, along with his wife Anne Thornhill who is also an artist, ran a gallery in Grosmont, but after over 20 years sold up and moved to an 18th century farmhouse overlooking the Esk Valley near Whitby. And it’s here they have a barn studio where they both still work.
Paul works in many different media, including Oil, Acrylic, Pastel and Pastel Pencil. He is passionate about wildlife and the natural landscape and a lot of his work is done from the 14 acres they have as a small nature reserve.
Aside from its regularly changing art exhibitions village gallery is York’s official stockist of Lalique glass and crystal, and additionally sells a great selection of art, craft, ceramics, glass, sculpture and jewellery, much of it the work of local artists.
Village gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 17:00. The gallery can be open at other times by arrangement.