Fabric supports the development of artists and the arts in Bradford and surrounding areas. Fabric is a registered charity and receives support from City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council andWest Yorkshire Grants. Fabric is passionate about the impact that the arts and creative sector can have on the regeneration of Bradford and the wider region. Are you an artist or an arts organisation looking for support to take your creativity a step further?
We champion the Art School tradition for invention, opportunity and creativity, welcoming people from all walks of life, to learn to think through their hands. We encourage artistic endevour andpromote excellence through academic provision and studio culture. Our community of artists create and innovate in authentic studio facilities across 3 floors including drawing studios, painting studios, print rooms, ceramics studios, textiles studios, photography rooms, workshops, artist studios, and more.
Ay up! (a Yorkshire greeting, as that's where I'm from). You have now landed on the home page of my web site (I'm Sam Freek the artist/photographer). Didgi Widgi is the name of my online gallery andit is here where I showcase my original and limited edition abstract industrial canvas wall art, paintings, art prints and photography.
Here, the aim is to combine top quality service with the best prices. We offer a full bespoke framing service using top quality conservation materials. Our policy is to offer sufficient advice andchoice for customers to make the purchase which is right for them, and for thier individual and special needs.
The Harrison Lord Gallery of Brighouse, near Leeds, West Yorkshire is an Art Gallery specialising in Original Art and Crafts and in addition offers a Picture Framing Service. The art gallery isaccessible from Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Huddersfield, Wakefield & throughout Yorkshire. The Harrison Lord Art Gallery in Brighouse, has developed into one of the best art galleries in Yorkshire for seeing and buying contemporary original artwork and crafts.
Well known for its art works and situated on Saltaire's main thoroughfare at 14 Victoria Road, the popular Massarella's Cafe Bar and Gallery, offers high quality soups, paninis, and sandwiches, alongwith fine wines and local bottled beers. Its splendid location in the heart of the world heritage village of Saltaire, West Yorkshire, is adjacent to the Leeds Liverpool canal and the Leeds to Skipton railway line.
Founded in 2011, the building plays host to a plethora of artists and creative people working both together and alongside one another under one roof. With onsite artist studios, two large dance studiospaces, office space, costume and wardrobe facilities, craft and workshop space and much more besides, the residents of the building have come together as an exciting arts community: hosting events, creating opportunities and supporting one other's arts practices.
Welcome to the online gallery of artists Liz Clarke and Dave Marsh, who trade as The Elm Gallery. Here you can see the full range of Liz and Dave's art and buy cards, prints and gifts from theiroriginal paintings. Liz and Dave also have individual websites where you can see their latest work and find out which of their paintings are still available to purchase.
Welcome to Lenscape Gallery we focus on bringing you beautiful original works of art at affordable prices. With a range of Limited Edition Prints by some of the top selling artists plus an everchanging range of Gifts. If you live locally to the gallery let us bring selected pictures to you, where you can see them in your own home. This service is often done on an evening at a time convenient to the customer, but day time viewings can also be arranged.
The Gallery was established in June 2003 and brings high quality work by internationally renowned and emerging artists to the region as well as exhibiting the work of local and regional artists.Exhibitions have included work by Picasso, Paula Rego, Frank Auerbach, Bridget Riley, Goya and Quentin Blake as well as work by artists living locally, among them, Ann Raby, Grazyna Whittle, Kyoko Takahashi and David Wright. In September 2012 Artsmill was awarded charitable status.