Monthly Archives: January 2012

Launch of 2012 Exhbition Programme at The Ropewalk

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The 2012 programme of exhibitions at The Ropewalk in Barton upon Humber has opened with two diverse themes yet drawn together as they record a brief moment in time.
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Winter workshops at The Ropewalk

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If one of your New Year resolutions is to learn a new skill why not take a look at the winter programme of workshops being offered at The Ropewalk in Barton upon Humber? Continue reading »

The Ropewalk: Gate commission

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The Ropewalk in Barton upon Humber has put out a call for artists or art organisation to submit a tender to design, fabricate and install a replacement gate and attached fence at the southern end of the promenade which runs along the length of the quarter-mile building. Continue reading »

Valentine’s Day at The Ropewalk

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Cooks Pudding Club at The Ropewalk look set to put the romance into Valentine’s Day on February 14 with an evening designed to win the hearts (and stomachs) of romantic couples. Continue reading »

Denise Brown and Linda Miller

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Although each use different media Denise Brown and Linda Miller both draw on the coast for inspiration and both share a quirky sense of humour.

A Sense of Time

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A themed exhibition of photography, chosen by Hull photographer Chris Harland, featuring a wide range of images and interpretations of the concept of ‘time’.

Including work by Keith Britton, Hazel Burnham, Suzie Chaney, Lynne Dent, Kelsey Evans, Marie Graham, Alex Hallowes, Chris Harland, Neo Heny, David Lindsley, Melanie Osborn, Pete Rogers, Christine Thomas, Kat Vickers and Simon Vickers.

Tony Snowden: New Paintings

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Tony Snowden’s paintings are linked by what he calls “a sense of the suspended moment”. These small, dark paintings of figures in a romanticised landscape are sombre in mood: they seem to hint at a hidden narrative or what the artist refers to as an ‘evocative ambiguity’. Originated from drawings done in situ and then worked from memory, they record a brief moment in time, a chance meeting or encounter – a glimpse into the everyday that is transformed and absorbed into the painter’s idealised reality.

Tony lives and works in Beverly, East Yorkshire – a fact that is often referenced in his titles – and has exhibited many times at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition as well as other galleries throughout the country including a solo shows at the Beverly Minster in 2010 and the Feren’s Art Gallery, Hull in 2004.

Ropery Coffee Shop responds to customers’ requests

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The Ropewalk Coffee Shop in Barton upon Humber is launching new dishes on its menu following requests from customers. Continue reading »

New Cook’s at The Ropewalk Pudding Club evening

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What better way of banishing any lingering thoughts of the Christmas Pudding than by enjoying a night at Cook’s at The Ropewalk Pudding Club. Continue reading »

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