New work by celebrated Wensleydale artist PiersBrowne at The Old School Muker. Addlebrough from Whitfield Scar. Wonderfully framed in gold to match the rich colours of the etching.
We have a lovely range of selected etchings and oils by Piers at our gallery in Swaledale. If you’re interest in finding out more why not visit us at the gallery, or contact us at email@example.com or 01748 886155.
The Old School Muker is pleased to welcome back, after a gap of some years, the prints of local artists Colin & Sheila Smithson to our gallery, with their wonderful, quirky, colourful and stylised views of the Dales.
The Old School Muker is pleased to present a new series of felt landscapes by the hugely talented Sue Mulcock, inspired by the wonderful countryside that surrounds our gallery in Muker; each strand of wool coloured using Sue’s own handmade dyes.
Though we’ve had to postpone our Piers Browne exhibition until 2021, we’re delighted to be able to preview a small collection of new and classic Piers Browne oil paintings that will be part of the show.
As Piers’s usual focus is Wensleydale the new oils of Swaledale are unique, and a must for lovers of Piers’s work and of our wonderful dale, so if you’re interested in discovering more about the work and the exhibition please feel free to contact us at the gallery.
The Old School Muker is proud to showcase the work of one of the UK’s top print makers, and winner of Best Newcomer Printfest 2018, Morna Rhys, who shares our love of the high places of Yorkshire and the UK.
We have great pleasure welcoming the wonderful watercolours of Yorkshire artist Paul Talbot-Greaves into The Old School Muker gallery. Please watch the slideshow (expand for full screen) and scroll down to see more details of the work.
Paul has painted a series of watercolours inspired by Upper-Swaledale, from East Stonesdale to Thwaite, from Smithy Holme to Muker, the work perfectly captures the mood and feel of the stunning landscape that surrounds our gallery in Muker.
These original watercolours are exclusive to The Old School Muker and when it’s safe to re-open our doors you’ll be able to view Paul’s work in our gallery. In the meantime if you’re interested in owning one of Paul’s superb paintings as a memento of our beautiful dale, please contact us on 01748 886155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
In Pauls words:
“My work reflects the rugged scenery of the landscape, either in the context of wild places or in the nature of the Pennine hills, where I live. I draw my inspiration from historical connections using layers of colour, texture, shapes and patterns applied with energy and feeling. My main inspiration is light and the effects created by the contrasts of shadows.”
It was lovely to see John and Gaynor yesterday, and even better that John left behind five new superb paintings in his trademark line and watercolour style, each depicting scenes of Upper Swaledale within walking distance of our gallery in Muker … and one of Grassington for lovers of Wharfedale!
James is one of the best loved artists at The Old School Muker and so it’s wonderful to be able to show four more of his original oil paintings, faithfully depicting the landscape that surrounds our gallery.
The Old School Muker is thrilled to welcome the paintings of Paul Talbot-Greaves. Paul is an exceptional artist and over the last few months he’s produced a wonderful series of watercolours depicting the iconic Swaledale countryside that surrounds our gallery in Muker.
Our relaxed, self-service café offers delicious cake and coffee, and with its private, walled garden provides a place to unwind and soak up the views of Kisdon, Buttertubs and the surrounding fells, in the company of sculptures by Michael Kusz and Adrian Wood.
… and it’s a place where we might have the odd gathering or two.
The Art Gallery showcases some of the regions best artists and print makers, with a wonderfully diverse mix of styles and mediums, but all somehow reflecting our stunning surroundings in Upper Swaledale.
Artists and print makers currently represented include: Jill Ray, Rebecca Vincent, Jacquie Denby, Morna Rhys, Hester Cox, Glenys Garnett, Janis Goodman, Rachel McNaughton, John Harrison and Peter Brook, not forgetting the photographs of gallery owner Richard Walls.
The gallery also houses wonderful ceramics, sculptures and glassware, from makers such as Thomas Petit, Lisa Katzenstein, Stef Ottevanger, Robin Fox and Alistair Brookes.
In 2020 Richard will be offering 1 to 1 landscape photography workshops, aimed at those who enjoy taking photographs and who would like to improve their photography skills and take control over the creative process.
The Hartlake Gallery is our upstairs exhibition space. Its high ceilings and low windows combine to provide acres of wall space and with it the ability to hang larger pieces of work. Currently on display in The Hartlake we have some stunning original work from: Pier’s Browne, Sheryl Roberts, James Wheeler and Sue Nichol to name just a few …
The Craft Centre at the Old School Muker is a haven for lovers of hand-made, unique, crafts, bringing together the work of over forty of Yorkshire and the UK’s best artisans, whether it’s ceramics, glassware or Jewellery.