Ways of Seeing: Historic Craven
The latest exhibition by Mill Bridge Gallery is Ways of Seeing: Historic Craven’ which has developed from the recent ‘Challenge 1675’ exhibition where the artists produced miniature artworks inspired by the date of the re-building of the recently Grade 2 listed gallery building.
This exhibition reflects the artists different approaches to their art, the variety of medium they enjoy working in, and their personal responses to the diverse historic architecture and timeless landscapes of our beautiful area of Craven.
Works will include paintings in a variety of medium, prints, sculpture, feltwork, textiles and embroidery.
Some of the pieces have previously been exhibited in The Folly, Settle, which was built in 1679, and at Skipton Castle, others are being shown for the first time.
This is an opportunity to see 3 embroidered textile works by Gilly Craven, last exhibited at Skipton Castle in 2005. Shown is a detail of ‘Lady Anne Clifford’.
Thurs – Sat 11am – 4pm
Other times by appointment.