LEEDS FINE ARTISTS
LFA Artists’ News
From the summer of 2021 galleries in the UK began to reopen for public exhibitions. The Members News posts for September 2021 onwards will now feature LFA Members who have work on display in galleries.
As a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic, LFA’s first physical exhibition in over a year was from 16th April to 21st June 2021 at the Blossom Street Gallery in York.
The second physical exhibition was “Look Again: Leeds Fine Artists” at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, 8th June to 23rd October 2021. LFA members were invited to respond to artworks in the University Art Collection. Each artist responded to their chosen piece in their own style, media and format.
Prior to these exhibitions, during the various stages of the pandemic lockdowns the Members News posts offered the public the opportunity to view the work that took place in our members’ studios and the posts also featured two LFA online exhibitions.
The Dean Clough ”Showcase is a major exhibition across all its gallery spaces that displays, as never before, the diversity and excellence of the visual arts across the Northern region.
The Manchester 2020 VR Exhibition is at the Princess Street Gallery, Manchester from 21st August – 21st September 2021
I shall be showing 24 works of landscapes and florals at the Thee Artists – Three Views exhibition at the Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk
George Hainsworth has two pieces in the Sculpture Trail called “INVASIVE SPECIES” of work by members of the Yorkshire Sculptors Group, showing at Cannon Hall
I am taking part in the summer show ‘Green Shoots’ at ‘Art in the Mill’ Knaresborough,
As part of the Wakefield Art Walk, Roger Gardner is holding an exhibition of 50 cm square works in oil with fixed plates in his studio.
Julia Borodina is holding a personal exhibition at the Creative Arts Hub Mirfield.
Very pleased to have had my drawing “The Bather” accepted for the 5th International Biennale of the Nude in Petrovac, Montenegro.
Anthony Ratcliffe’s woodciut prints often interpret the existence of the lone tree in challenging environments.
developing an online exhibition and later a ’live’ exhibition on a planet Earth theme to raise awareness of the UN Climate change conference.
Geraldine has been invited to become an exhibiting member of Ilkley Arts