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Book cover for La Route des Violettes, a novella by Piers Browne

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SEPTEMBER 2017 when That’s York TV came to see our current exhibition Aaron called me last week and suggested a feature for the local TV station That’s York. Here is the interview with BEN ARNUP and PIERS BROWNE and myself. I’m really pleased with the result. Aaron spent about an hour filming. It’s a pity […]

Exhibition of paintings,drawings, sculpture of William Blake

WILLIAM BLAKE – paintings, drawings, sculpture by John W. Mills

Opening Saturday 18 November 2017 at 11am. Exhibition runs until 1 Dec 2017 Sculptor JOHN W. MILLS PPRBS ARCA FRSA revisits William Blake with a selection of new drawings and paintings, and reworked studies made in 1964 for a public memorial to William Blake at Blake House in Soho. This exhibition includes 20 or so paintings […]

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Ben Arnup exhibition opens fri 8 sept 2017 at 6.30pm

BEN ARNUP – Ceramic Artist

Exhibition opens on Friday 8 September 2017 at 6.30pm runs until 16 October 2017 Ben Arnup is a leading exponent of trompe l’oeil ceramics. As a result of experimentation made possible by an Arts Council Grant ten years ago, Ben uses the wild surface patterns in the coloured porcelain to complement the geometric illusions of […]

Book cover for La Route des Violettes, a novella by Piers Browne

La Route des Violettes – exhibition and book launch by PIERS BROWNE

Exhibition opens at 6.30pm Friday 8 September 2017 Wensleydale artist, printmaker, poet and author Piers Browne invites you to join hm at the opening of his new exhibition which will feature oil paintings of the Yorkshire Dales and etchings that illustrate his novella ‘La Route des Violettes’. The book itself is being launched in York […]

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