Gillies Jones

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Studio Exhibition – Crossing Lines Crossing Colours

May 2, 2019

An exhibition of new overlay engraved bowl, plate and sphere forms.

Taking elements of the landscape and abstracting the marks, overlaying colour and line.

The stone walls that divide this landscape follow the geology, criss cross the land making an order, a structure, framework to which people work and manage the landscape. This division has an energy and creates a familiar pattern and an illusion of control over the landscape and the elements that shape it.

All these pattens in the landscape are but temporary marks which them selves will be in time overlayed.

The exhibition runs from 3rd June until 30th June

If you’d like more info or an invite to the PV, please join our studio mailing list.

The book, the film the discussions !

March 28, 2012

The May exhibition at the National Parks visitor centre, Danby, is accompanied by a book, a film and two discussion events. Info about these two discussions below. If you want any more info, please contact the National Parks directly.

Audiences with our artists

Friday 25 May, 6:00 pm

Join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity to find out what inspires and motivates the exceptional artists behind the Inspired Landscape Exhibition, William Tillyer, Len Tabner, Peter Hicks, Joe Cornish and Gillies Jones. After event meal available in the Woolly Sheep café, please ring for details. This is a bookable event. Cost: £10 including canapés and drinks. Wheelchair Accessible

Connected with Landscape
Friday 8 June, 6:00 pm
Conversations between artists of the North York Moors, Joe Cornish, Kate Jones and Peter Hicks who are exhibiting in the Inspired by… Gallery with William Tillyer and Len Tabner to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the National Park. After event meal available in the Woolly Sheep café, please ring for details. This is a bookable event. Cost: £10.00 including canapés and drinks. Wheelchair Accessible

Please book early to avoid disappointment. Tel: 01439 772737