As we head towards autumn why not take a visit to our beautiful area of Ryedale
Jonathan Pomroy’s stunning Wildlife and Landscape Paintings
At GALLERY BEYOND we are showing Jonathan Pomroy’s stunning Wildlife and Landscape Paintings
together with other Gallery regulars
Liz Churton, Exploration of the Yorkshire Coast
Take a sneak preview of new work by Liz Churton ahead of our annual winter exhibition – featuring Liz’s
exploration of the Yorkshire Coast – I fell in love with the work when first viewed in her studio 2 months a go
Wild About Wood, Jonathan Pomroy
JONATHAN POMROY can also be seen this weekend at Wild about Wood at The Arboretum Trust, Kew at Castle Howard
Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th 10 –5
Enjoy a lesson with Jonathan Pomroy
Why not enjoy a “lesson” with Jonathan on the 20th of September at the Pheasant Hotel in Harome – “Sketch Harome”
is suitable for all levels – Cost £45 – including lunch – please ask for more details
Jane Pinkney’s Mice, Nunnington Hall
At Nunnington Hall they have a new exhibition featuring Jane Pinkney’s Mice – Jan and I attended the preview this week and
the work is utterly charming to all ages
I hope you will find the time to visit us
Gallery Beyond is open Wednesday to Sunday from 10 to 4 in September and Wednesday to Saturday 10 to 4 November and December
If you would like to visit outside of these times just give me a call
Thanks for your time
The Barn, Church Street
Tel: 01904 310205
Gallery Beyond exhibition of work by Jonathan Pomroy at the Royal Oak in Nunnington
Why not take the opportunity to enjoy a new exhibition of work by Jonathan Pomroy at the Royal Oak in Nunnington.
To celebrate this new solo exhibition we would like to offer you a complimentary* drink while viewing the work Jonathan’s work features stunning watercolours and oils of local landscape and wildlife – The Royal Oak offers some fantastic food in a great village pub atmosphere – if you plan on eating we would suggest making a reservation 01439 748271
Please note this exhibition will run until 30 September
* please collect voucher from Gallery Beyond
Other work by Jonathan Pomroy can be viewed at the Galelry Beyond.
We also have new work by Carolyn Smith, Kate Bentley & Liz Churton
For further information or any questions please give Kevin a call on 01904 310205
We hope you will find the time for a trip to Nunnington
07900 998 242
OPEN Wednesday – Sunday 10.00 to 4.00
Jonathan Pomroy paints wildlife and landscapes from extensive field work in all weathers. His work is exhibited and collected across the British Isles. He has held many successful one man exhibitions and has shown at the mall Galleries with the Society of Wildlife Artists. He has lived in Ampleforth for nearly three years, an ideal location for the moors and coast, one day could find him sketching Red Grouse, the next Puffins! His work can always be seen at Gallery Beyond, Nunnington. Continue reading
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James Bartholomew is a full-time artist who works from his studio in an old converted windmill. James is a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and a member of The Manchester Academy of Fine Art. He travels extensively and has had work commissioned by the Sunday Times, the British Tourist Authority, BBC Holidays, Christies and Bonhams. Continue reading
My work incorporates print and stitch on beautifully tactile fabrics such as velvet and satin to create vibrant pieces. I build up layers of dye, both printed and painted, before using devoré techniques to remove the fabric surface to reveal the delicate silk beneath, creating an almost three dimensional effect. I work intuitively from my first point of reference and enjoy allowing the design to change and evolve as the piece progresses through the each process.
I take my inspiration from the rural and urban areas around my studio in Yorkshire which appear to combine and contrast in perfect harmony; spiky grasses and seed heads set against a backdrop of a geometric cityscape. These pieces sit alongside more rural landscapes inspired by the english countryside and coastal pieces. Each piece is created using strong colour ways which are intended to be striking and uplifting. Continue reading
Carolyn Smith was born in Sheffield and trained at Sheffield and Leeds Colleges of Art where she studied Fine Art and Art History.She has lived and worked for many years in the village of Ampleforth on the edge of the North York Moors.
She has had eighteen one woman shows,the most recent at the Arboretum Visitors Centre ,Castle Howard in 2011 to celebrate her year as Artist in Residence at the Arboretum.She has also taken part in numerous group exhibitions around the country.
Never one to be pigeonholed, Kate prefers to draw and paint a variety of subjects, and uses a range of materials to best suit the desired outcome. Gallery Beyond showcases two of Kate’s favourite subjects: “Stories from the Seaside” – Seascapes with the occasional landscape developed in response to her ongoing obsession with the amazing skies and beautiful coastline that North Yorkshire proudly boasts. And, “Kitch’n'Coos” – portraits of rare and interesting breeds of animals from the UK. Continue reading