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Programme 2017

Meetings are held at Jacob's Well, Trinity Lane, Micklegate, at 7:30 on the first Monday of the month, unless otherwise stated.
Admission: members £2, non members £5.

Membership and programme enquiries to:- Terry Brett, pyramidgallery2008@yahoo.co.uk, 43 Stonegate, York tel 01904 641187

Download 2017 Programme Here            Past Programmes


October 2nd – Jeremy James – Sculptor & Printmaker

Jeremy James' work stems directly from his fascination and love of the natural world. Hares, crows, snow buntings and terns are just a few of the subjects he makes in high-fired ceramic from his Derbyshire studio.

"I work from drawings and paintings, made at first hand in the field. To make the creatures I have watched at first hand from a hide, moorland or lakeside is quite simply a way of enjoying them again."

This event will be held at Tempest Anderson Hall

jeremyjamesceramics.co.uk


November 6th – Trevor Price – Artist/Printmaker

The artist Trevor Price (born 1966) specialises in drypoints and etchings that are handmade and hand printed in his studios in London and St. Ives. He studied at Falmouth and Winchester Schools of Art and at the age of 28 was elected a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and is currently Vice President of the society. Trevor exhibits widely throughout Europe, with regular solo shows of both paintings and original prints. In 2011 at Printfest, which is North Britain's only annual art fair dedicated to printmaking, Trevor was invited as 'Printmaker of the Year'. Trevor describes himself as an artist/printmaker, and not just an artist. It is the opportunity to experiment and the diversity of technique that draws him to the medium. Printmaking can be as simple as making some scratches on a piece of metal and inking those grooves and the burr they create (drypoint), to highly sophisticated multi-plate etchings. Variations/experimentation in printmaking can be endless.

trevorprice.co.uk


December 4th - Martin Bates - Artist

 

Retired art lecturer and practising artist exhibiting regularly in mixed and solo shows. His quirky drawings and paintings display the humorous way he deals with life. Since the age of fourteen Martin has displayed his interest in the delightfully and forceful power of words - repetition, alliteration and rhyme.

The (brief) AGM and Christmas party will also be held tonight – all welcome