On Saturday 26th May the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse, West Yorkshire is presenting its latest exhibition. ‘Pennines, Peaks & Pathways’ focuses on the beauty of our landscapes; rolling hills, deep valleys and picturesque views.
A dozen artists have so far been confirmed for the exhibition. From the Turner-esque skies of Clare Haley and Harry Brioche, to the atmospheric watercolours of local artist’s Paul Talbot Greaves & Ashley Jackson, and the contemporary art techniques of Di Metcalf and Keith Hanselman.
The Gallery has curated an exhibition to appeal to all tastes, Impressionistic, abstract or traditional, you are sure to find a style to suit.
‘I am very excited about this landscape exhibition’ said gallery owner Steven Lord, ‘We live in a Pennine area that inspires our artists, and this exhibition clearly demonstrates how this place of beauty encourages countless different styles of art’
The exhibition will run until 16th June and is free entry. For more information contact the gallery 01484 722462 or visit the website http://www.harrisonlord.co.uk