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July’s Cartoon

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Open Exhibition – Humber To The Wash

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Our Biennial Open Exhibition Humber To The Wash once more occupies both gallery spaces throughout the summer. A record entry caused many problems for the selectors George Hainsworth and John Brown and due to the limitation of space many fine works were declined. A new element for this year’s show is a Public Vote Prize […]

June Rakings

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Twink’s May Cartoon

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George Hainsworth

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“These are works which in the main have made in the last three years when my wife and I relocated to East Yorkshire to live. The themes of The Sea, Bridges and Ships have for a long time been subjects in my work, though they may well have been given point and inspiration from our […]

Surface – Pete Moss & Clive Redshaw

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Pete Moss, a widely respected and collected artist, has developed a vocabulary of carefully constructed ceramic forms, whose surfaces become canvasses. These are worked with the application of rich glazes and marks that develop harmony and balance in the interaction of colour pattern and form. Surfaces bring new works that seek to extend that language. […]

Maria Connolly

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Glasgow born Maria graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 1987 and works with flat sheets of earthenware clay where she uses the clay as a building tool to explore form. The shapes that Maria builds act as a blank canvas to build texture and pattern. Her work has a utilitarian engagement with […]

Twink’s April Cartoon

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Susan Evans

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Sue Evans has been a regular exhibitor in the Craft Gallery since The Ropewalk opened in 2000 but this is her first solo exhibition here in the Box Gallery. Her Quirky pieces made from driftwood and other found objects are beautifully painted and often feature an element of movement using mechanisms such as cranks, cams […]

Under East Wind

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Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker | Linda Ingham and David Power Under East Wind brings together visual art, poetry, film and music in this interdisciplinary exhibition which shows work by artists deeply engaged with the Lincolnshire landscape and how personal, industrial and recreational memories linger in place. In Outfalls Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker present […]

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