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The Bare Level Plain – East Riding Artists

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The Landscapes of South Riding The Bare Level Plain is an exhibition of original artworks with the 1936 novel South Riding by Winifred Holtby, and in particular those areas of the East Riding described in the novel, as the exhibition’s focus and theme. This is an exploration through art of the places about which this extremely […]

Avenue of Dreams

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‘Avenue of Dreams’ is a collection of paintings and prints by Sheffield based/Irish born artist Alex McArthur. Inspired by the natural world her practice is influenced by long established landscape traditions. As a starting point for her work Alex uses photographs taken on her travels to stir memories and emotions that inform the processes she […]

New Year Cartoon

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Studio Artists Show

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The annual exhibition by The Ropewalk Studio artists. Featuring work by: David Alcock Sally Beaumont Emily Connor Debbie Grice Richard Hatfield Gill Hobson Judith Land Darren Langton Tim Needham Julie Oxenforth Michael Scrimshaw Shirley Trumble Keith Woodcock

Twink at Christmas

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November in the garden

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October in the garden

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Print Makers Council

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LAND, SEA AND SKY The theme for this exhibition ‘Land, Sea, and Sky’ was chosen because its wide-ranging associations might be interpreted in many different ways, and in part because the theme was seen to have some relevance to the location of The Ropewalk Gallery.  No size limit was imposed and artists were invited to […]

Twink’s September Cartoon

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Stephen Todd – Humber Estuary: Inner Landscapes

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“Landscape is what we make of it”. We absorb the landscape through its sights, its sounds and our senses. We observe its present and glimpse its past. But we construct it from the thoughts and emotions we bring. The Humber Estuary is rich with places to go to: to think, to draw, to remember. The […]

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