Planned exhibitions for the forthcoming months are listed below. If you would like to discuss exhibiting at the Gallery on the Green, please contact the Curator.
27th June – 15th August 2015
Bell’s work has been shown in many solo and group exhibitions and has featured in various notable national and international art fairs such as COLLECT at the Victoria & Albert Museum and SOFA in Chicago. Bell also produces site-specific work for public art projects, including her critically acclaimed installation piece, Speaking Soul, at the City Gallery in Leicester in 2007. In 2002 the Victoria & Albert Museum purchased a piece for their print collection.
Jo Hamill is a Senior Lecturer at Teesside University and is represented by Platform A Gallery. The project is funded by Teesside University’s Research Fund.
15th August to 10th October 2015. A personal photography exploration featuring bugs, birds, flowers, beaches, sunsets and magnificent redwood forests from the Pacific Northwest and Northern California.
10th – 28th November 2015.
The Gallery is your spaceship. Close the door and travel into space.
Celebrating the end of UN World Space week, the exhibition showcases the creative talents of the best entries from Settle Stories competition ‘My journey to the Stars.’
Enter the competition
28th November 2015 – 16th January 2016. An installation with treasures and tropical scenes to escape the cold Dales winter.
16th January – 19th March 2015. Watch this space for further details!
19th March – 21st May 2016. Another exhibition by pupils from our local secondary school, Settle College. Details to follow.
21st May – 23rd July 2016. Silk paintings of Yorkshire Dales scenes by local artist Christine Carradice. More details to follow.
23rd July – 24th September 2016. Everyday objects in unusual perspectives, felt and textile designs and crafts by Escape Tunnel Crafts.
On escaping (or retiring) from teaching, sisters Chris Marflitt and Gill O’Donnell decided the time had come to develop their creative talents. Escape Tunnel Crafts is the result of that decision. In all their pieces they aim to look at life from a slightly “quirky” angle in order to produce items which are definitely unique. Consequently old traditions are revived to encourage the use of blossoming broomsticks as good luck symbols or to enable couples to “jump the broom”, while discarded scarves, clothes, plastic, ribbons and lace are up cycled into creative fashion accessories. Similarly everyday objects are photographed at unexpected angles to suggest letters of the alphabet and words and images merge together to suggest moods and provoke thought. Proud of their Geordie heritage, both sisters also have strong Yorkshire connections and their work reflects both their roots and love of travel while their poppies symbolise the influence of HM services in their lives.