Working with light for our winter solstice celebrations.
We are currently running an exhibition for a local artist Wendy Steel. Who’s inspiration is ‘feelings’, she starts with a feeling and then paints with instinctual freedom. The resulting art work is of an expressionist abstract with familiarity in some detail and a pleasing colour palet.
A dedicated exhibition to remember those who sacrificed everything to provide liberty.
A group of diverse artists and photographers have assembled some thought provoking images on the theme of war and remembering the cost of conflict.
It is a time to embrace the significance of history as we look to the future.
Let us not march blindly into the night.
This month we are featuring the works of Teresa Teran and Aidan Fort.
Opening times are Thursday to Saturday 10am – 5pm.
We also have a selection of ceramics from Tarnside Ceramics and contributions from Sheila Gayle and Susan Bently.
Ulverston Art House is casting the net for local talent.
Our panel will appraise works for approval and then if selected we go to work on all of the elements involved in putting together an exhibit where you will be the star attraction.
We provide curation with the finest attention to detail backed up with a media campaign across a wide spectrum of platforms to draw attention.
All works must be of high quality and suitably framed. If there are any rejection issues we will advise on possible solutions for the future.
We are a very friendly and approachable team committed to promoting arts locally.
Get in touch, there is really nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Young Artist of the month
In tandem to the artist of the month we are also running a search for young artists up to the age of 18. There is no minimum age and we hope to be inspired by young people who are showing signs of exceptional talent.
The future will be shaped by new visionaries who pick up a brush and begin painting, drawing, thinking and creating with hearts content.
All About Us.
We return this week to our own works as four resident artists, while also show casing local artists.
Our local artists for this exhibition includes Susan Bentley an amazing talent who captures wildlife with a charm and paints with a graceful elegance which is an absolute delight to see. Her works alone are well worth a visit.
Sheila Gayle is exhibiting her new series of paintings titled ‘Northern Nan’s’, which portray the intrinsic characteristics of three familiar ladies.
We have retained two significant paintings from Christopher Stones exhibition for a limited time to give people an opportunity to see seminal works of a local master. Truly an honour.
We are open 10am to 5pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Special Opening Night. Friday 23rd August
Ulverston Art House opening night was a huge success. We were honoured to receive Mayor Sharon Webster sporting a Picasso dress for the occasion.
Thanks to the many people who turned up. Everyone who came offered tremendous support and appreciation for what we are aiming to achieve. The future looks amazing and the opportunities to unite artists as well as discover new artists is what we are all about.
Thank you, that was a great start.
Due to massive demand we have decided to extend this wonderful exhibition until Sunday 8th September to give more people the chance to view these remarkable works.
We will be exhibiting a selection of Christopher’s works based primarily on two collections, ‘burnt olives’ and ‘unique landscapes’ where paintings will be available for sale.
There will also be available limited edition signed posters printed onto 180gsm A1 matte stock.
Friday 23rd August 7pm – 9pm
Join us for a glass of wine and nibbles for an evening presentation of Ulverston Art House new studio gallery, situated in the first floor of the old social services building now known as Lightburn House.
We will be exhibiting works from various artists based in Ulverston with an opportunity to purchase original works and giclee prints.
Contributors List includes. Adrian Gough, Teresa Teran, David Green, Ian Clegg, Sheila Gayle.
We are especially honoured to be including some works from an up and coming artist who is currently aged 13. Trudy Worthington has a grasp of the detail yet shows wisdom well beyond her years by keeping it simple. Her composition is a lesson to all and her potential for the future is an inspiration that can not fail to captivate any beating heart.
Ulverston Art House would like to bring your attention to a fantastic gallery recently opened in Ulverston.
Gallery 68 is a gem of appreciative splendour compacted into a little treasure trove, an illusion where small is enormous. From opening the door into this tiny boutique, the magnificence of visual offerings expand like a magic spell that must be seen to be believed.
Tina Balmer, who splashes her elegant charisma to match her vibrant paintings is a delight to meet. The very much loved town of Ulverston has become ever more blessed with the addition of Gallery 68.