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Saturday 1st. August

New Limited Edition Print Published by

Margaret Clarkson











An edition of 80 Giclee prints, signed and numbered then completed with a remarque that is hand drawn and hand coloured by the artist.


Saturday 13th June

Window display changed to feature

limited edition prints

by Danny Abrahams  

Margaret Clarkson visits FASTFRAME and brings a new Limited Edition Print she is Publishing  based on one of York’s historical streets A limited edition of 200  prints “Catching On”

Friday 21st. August


Monday 7th September

We are pleased to announce that we have arranged another gallery visit by our popular nostalgia artist Margaret Clarkson


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LINK TO LAKE DISTRICT PRINTS BY HARLEY. LINK TO OPEN EDITION PRINTS BY HARLEY.

RIVER RIBBLE AT RIBCHESTER

THE LIMITED EDITION PRINTS

OF

LANCASHIRE/YORKSHIRE

BY

PAUL HARLEY

 


SUMMER STORM WENSLETDALE


HIGH ON THE DALES, NEAR REETH


GAYLE BECK HAWES


MUKER VILLAGE

SWALEDALE



RIBBLEHEAD VIADUCT

& INGLEBOROUGH

YORKS. VIEW  ARTISTS

Paul Harley


BIOGRAPHY


Born 1943 in Barnt Green a small village on the outskirts of Birmingham, Paul was his father's shadow while he worked forging metal and fashioning leather goods.

At the age of 23 he moved with his parents to the Lake District where he married and lived for seven years. During this time he spent a lot of time photographing the surroundings and began to paint some of his favourite beauty spots in oils.

In 1981 he contracted a virus which damaged his heart and during a two year period of convalescence he sought art tuition and began painting landscapes capturing every crag of the mountains and mood of the lakes.

For a short time he went back to the building industry. but his yearn to paint eventually encouraged him to turn professional and he now paints from his home studio in Blackpool. Only a short distance from the lake district, Paul can often be found walking the fells searching out new material for another painting to put on canvas.

His paintings form part of collections throughout Europe and the Americas.