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Past Exhibitions

June 2013: Debbie Loane, Maggie Barnes and Martin Huxter, as part of North Yorkshire Open Studios 2013.

November 2012: Lund Gallery and Maggie Barnes Collaboration - ADVENT
Debbie Loane, Maggie Barnes & Malcolm Whittaker
invited visitors to view their work, and discover what inspires them to give customers a deeper insight into the history and creation of their artworks.

Debbie LoaneMalcolm WhittakerMaggie Barnes

June 2012
Debbie Loane and Martin Huxter Open Studios, as part of the North Yorkshire Open Studios 2012: 9th / 10th and 16th / 17th June

Reading the Ground
Poetry reflecting on landscapeTo mark the start of North Yorkshire Open Studios at Lund Gallery the Yorkshire based poets Rose Drew, Alan Gillott, John Gilham, Pauline Kirk and Martin Huxter read their work at Lund Gallery. Each poet read work exploring their own relationship with, and unique responses to, the subject of 'landscape',

November / December 2011
New work from a wide variety of artisits and makers including:
Deirdre Hawthorn – New delicate saggar fired ceramics from Ireland.
Anna Whitehouse - Ceramics
Celia Smith – Wire sculpture & wall pieces
Henrietta Corbett – Prints and sculpture
Emma Boxall – Gray – Jewellery
Oliver Mellor – Stone sculpture
Dawn Benson – Bronze resin horses
Andy Black - drawings
Debbie Loane – New paintings and drawings

September /November 2011

Joy of food invitation

A significant show in our calendar for 2011 was The Joy of Food - with over 30 artists and makers exhibiting work on the theme of food and dining. Makers included:

Jane Blackman - Linda Bloomfield - Clive Bowen - Sandy Brown - Karen Bunting - Chien Wei- Chang - James Campbell - Margaret Curtis - Fiona Defty - Mike Dodd - Jack Doherty - Isabel J K Denyer - Janet Edmondson - Amanda Gizzi - Joanna Howells - Sarah Hall Baqai - Felicity Irons - Sarah Jarett Kerr - Walter Keeler - Joanna Kinnersly Taylor - Debbie Loane - Alison Morton - Charmian Ottaway - Philomena Pretsell - Lou Rota - Caroline Smith - Micki Schloessingk - Kaori Tatebayashi - Sanders and Wallace - Nigel Lambert

This show would not have been possible without the enormous help of
Isabel K Denyer and Sarah Hall Baqai

 

November / December 2010 - Debbie Loane
A Solo show from the Lund Gallery's own Debbie Loane. A significant body of paintings drawing s and pastels inspired by travels through the North York Moors and Northumnerland - created throughout 2010. Accompanied by ceramics from Craig Underhill.

August / September 2010 - 5 at 5
Emerson Mayes, James Naughton, RAMP ceramics, Sam Hall - five of our favourite makers to celebrate our fifth anniversay at Lund Gallery!

4th and 5th June 2010
Peter Hicks - Dawn To Dusk; a film by Nicholas Turner

The premier of an independent film by Nick Turner featuring artist Peter Hicks took place at Lund Gallery on the 4th of June 2010. The screening of the film sold out within days, so a screening was arranged (which also sold out!) The evening included introductory talks by both Peter and Nick, followed by a screening of the film and a 'pie and pea' supper. A preview of the film can be seen at www.dawntoduskmovie.com.

November to December 2009

Sublime Landcapes: Five contemporary landscape artists; Jonathan Shearer, Emerson Mayes, Margaretann Bennet, Debbie Loane, Michelle Knight - along with new work from Janet Kerr, Peter Hicks, Eoghan Bridge, Carolyn Genders, and many more regular gallery artists and makers

July to Spetember 2009:

Botanical: Summer at Lund Gallery was marked with a show dedicated to all things 'botanical'. Artists and makers exploring the natural world. Featured artists included David Campbell, Malcolm Whittaker, Lisa Katzentstein, Eve Claire Taylor, Pauline Burbiddge, Maria Gilhholey, Susan Harvey, Peter Heaton, Claire Palastanga and Beth Legg.

March to May 2009:

Jane Wheeler, Fiona Millais, Julia Manning, Annie Turner, Maggie Barnes, Karin Schosser, Merete Rasmussen, Rachel Wood, Emma Boxall-Gray, Nicola Karwat, Laura Birdsall, and Martin & Dowling.
To download a 'pdf' of the invitation including images of the work and information on the makers, click here: inviatation pdf

November/December 2008:

RSW Logo

Lund Gallery was delighted to host the RWS Autumn Show. It was the first time that the society exhibited in the North of England and was a rare chance to view and buy paintings of all sizes by some of the country’s most respected makers in their chosen medium.

September/October 2008:

Featuring Ceramics by Peter Hayes, paintings from Lesley Coates Jones and Ken Jones, along with ceramics from Ilona Sulikova, paintings from Margaretann Bennett RSW, jewellery by Helen Shovlar and Melanie Tomlinson, Original Photographs by Geoffrey Bradford.

July/August 2008: Summer Show

We celebrated Summer at Lund Gallery by presenting a selection of exciting new work from all corners of the UK, including:
Celia Smith (wire sculpture), Sarah Smith (sculpture), Tim Andrews (raku), Peter Humpherson (ceramics), Peter Joyce (paintings), Sarah Carrington (paintings).
'pdf' of invitation invitation

June 2008: Urban Impression
Paintings by Tony Noble and Tim Morrison with new pots by Michael Kay.

April / May 2008 : 'Worlds Apart'
Peter Hicks, Barry Lee, Dorothy Dent, Steve Tomlinson, Debbie Loane, Ian MacCully, Pam Poskitt, Christine Pybus, John Clark, and ceramics from Craig Underhill.
'pdf' of invitation (size - 430KB): invitation
(scroll down the pdf to see the images...)

March / April 2008 : 'Monochrome - Excellence in Greyscale'
A joint project between Lund Gallery and Maggie Barnes director of European Ceramics, ’.Monochrome – Excellence in Greyscale’ presented a carefully selected overview of work by those whose creative practice illustrates excellence. Participating potters included: Gabriele Koch, Antonia Salmon, Ashraf Hanna, Sue Hanna, Horst Göbbels, Maggie Barnes, Rupert Spira, Annie Turner, Geoffrey Swindell and Peter Lane, Natahsa Light and Stephanie Black.
'pdf' of invitation (4MB): invitation