Tired of Chocolate? Have some Art!

The long Easter weekend has just passed and The Gallery has been very busy indeed! Despite the ever-changing weather Masham has still been a great place to spend the Bank Holiday.

Now we are back to normality we have begun preparations for our spring/summer exhibition.

Printmaker Janis Goodman has exhibited in many group shows at The Gallery and has been a regular supplier of ours for some years. This year we finally have the opportunity to showcase a solo exhibition of Janis’ work. Roofs and Branches will feature existing and brand new etchings, as well as some rare coloured pencil drawings. We are very pleased to unveil this piece – titled ‘Still snow, Masham’, Janis’s first ever etching of Masham!

Janis Goodman new etching

Roofs and Branches opens May 14th until June 21st – watch this space for more details nearer the time!

As for now, our first exhibition of the year, Far From The Madding Crowd is still on display for a few weeks, so if you haven’t seen it yet don’t forget to drop by. The exhibition features work by gallery regulars Rosie Scott Massie, Josie Beszant, Pamela Knight, John Degnan, Mary Farnell and Rachel McEwan as well as emerging ceramic artist Charlotte Morrison. See last month’s blog for more info about Charlotte’s work.

We have a few new lovely things in The Gallery this month – Kusan, the makers of our popular felt handbags have created some new designs which are now in stock – we particularly love these flower bags! We also have fresh supplies of felt flowers, pens and brooches.

Enjoy the remainder of your Easter chocolate!

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