Friday 30 March – Sunday 29 April 2018
Christine is head teacher of a busy Specialist SEN school and, despite travelling extensively with her husband, still comes back to home and views of the north east as inspiration for her pastel and acrylic paintings.
Hilary’s background is one of teaching design history and she has an interest in the relationship between landscape and history, most recently concerned with Anglo Saxon finds made on the North Yorkshire coast.
Linda’s working life was spent in graphic design, and she is now relishing the freedom (and discovery) that fine art offers.
“We all share a passion for painting and drawing which in our – ahem – more mature years we are thoroughly enjoying. The Old Low Light provides the ideal setting as so much of our output is of, or about, this region.”
In the top floor display area* from 10am to 5pm
*Please note: this is a multi-use area which is regularly used for other purposes.
Usually open: Monday up to 11.45am, Tuesday & Friday from 10.45am onwards,
Saturday & Sunday all day – but please do check before making a special visit.
The Old Low Light is a fully accessible building.
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STOP PRESS: Because ‘Flow’ are taking a short break – the gallery space will also be open most Wednesdays and Thursdays during April – but please do check before making a special visit.