The Old School Muker welcomes Janis Goodman

The Old School Muker is extremely pleased to showcase the work of Leeds artist and print maker Janis Goodman. Janis’ etchings of the Dales and Yorkshire landscapes, cityscapes, flaura and fauna are, put simply, superb examples of the print makers art, capturing the scene with wonderful compositions and perspectives, and in superb detail … ……

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The Old School Muker welcomes the work of Jacquie Denby

The Old School Muker is pleased to showcase the work of renowned Grassington artist Jacquie Denby. Born in the Dales village of Buckden, Jacquie grew up in the Yorkshire Dales, studying at the Harrogate School of Art and at Jacob Kramer College in Leeds. Jacquie now lives and paints in Grassington, capturing the landscapes in…

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Old School Ceramics

Brought together under one roof, a wonderful collection of ceramics and glassware from some of the North of England’s and UK’s best makers, including: Thomas Petit, Mary Johnson, George Ormorod, Charlotte Morrison, Gwen Bainbridge, Mary Chapplehow, Andrea Cundell, Jenny Hall and Shelly Lee. Discover it for yourself at The Old School Muker.

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New Work by Blacksmith Artist, Adrian Wood

2019 brings the opportunity to discover more wonderful, sculptural, work by artist blacksmith Adrian Wood in our garden. Adrian’s work, full of movement, perfectly matches the landscape and wildlife of our stunning location in Upper Swaledale. For more information about Adrian’s work please contact us at ask@theoldschoolmuker.co.uk.

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The Old School Welcomes, Shona Branigan

The Old School Muker is very pleased to welcome the work of Northumberland artist Shona Branigan. Shona creates prints directly from the wood, burning to raise the grain, brushing, sealing, inking and printing, to reveal the texture and detail in all its beauty. Shona will be our featured artist in April 2019, and will be…

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The Old School Welcomes, Sarah Du Feu

The Old School Muker is really pleased to welcome the work of Yorkshire printmaker Sarah Du Feu to our gallery in Swaledale. Sarah creates original monoprints of The Dales and the coast, and wonderful still life’s that evoke city and landscapes. As well has having Sarah’s work on permanent display, in August Sarah will be…

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Hartlake Gallery, Stripped & Ready for Action

Though deep in Winter hibernation it’s been a busy time at The Old School preparing for our next season. Our upstairs gallery, Hartlake, is now stripped and redecorated, waiting for the fabulous artwork and exhibition we have planned for 2019.

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The Old School Welcomes Sue Mulcock

The Old School is pleased as punch to showcase the wonderful, rich, textured landscapes of felt artist Sue Mulcock.  Sue’s work is a very welcome addition to our growing mix of styles and media, representing the world that surrounds our gallery in the heart of Swaledale, and another wonderful reason to visit us and say…

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The Old School Welcomes Sheryl Roberts

The Old School Muker is pleased as punch to be able to showcase the dramatic skyscapes of Sheryl Roberts. Painted in acrylic and oil, these atmospheric images convey the drama above as the weather sweeps in over Buttertubs Pass and down into Swaledale. The work is simply stunning, looks wonderful on our gallery walls, and…

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Christmas At The Old School Muker

It’s Christmas Advert time again!  We don’t have the budget of Waitrose or John Lewis, but what we lack in budget we make up for with: unique, hand-crafted work from our superb makers and artists; scenery to die for (including real snow!); the best pub in the Dale; and not forgetting Swaledale Woollens and  the…

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The Old School Welcomes the Abstract Landscapes of Gill Waugh

Fresh for her successful exhibition at Simonstone Hall in Wensleydale, The Old School Muker is very pleased to welcome the wonderful, abstract landscapes of Gill Waugh. Gill’s work take us from the Yorkshire Dales to the Outer Hebrides, invoking the moods, atmosphere and beauty, they both share, lovingly worked in acrylic and ink … ……

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