Harrogate gallery to bring Hockney & more into people's homes with online exhibition
Harrogate's art galleries may be closed but one has found an exciting way to launch its latest exhibition - digitally.
RedHouse Originally gallery on Cheltenham Mount will bring the work of some of the world’s most sought after contemporary artists into your home in its first venture into online exhibitions.
The new show called In Colours, which is launched today, Friday, April 3, features art by Harland Miller (UK), Jonas Wood (US) and Nicolas Party (Switzerland) alongside such luminaries as David Hockney, Bridget Riley and Peter Blake and rising stars such as Candie Payne and Thomas James Butler.
This extensive collection includes 70 paintings and prints by 24 artists celebrating and exploring the relationship between colour and monochrome across a diverse range of media.
To ensure a high quality experience, all the works have been extensively photographed. This includex high-resolution fine detail shots and framed images to bring the gallery into the home.
RedHouse Originals Gallery, 15 Cheltenham Mount, Harrogate HG1 1DW
RedHouse Originals Gallery specialise in Modern and Contemporary Art. The gallery has hosted major exhibitions by artists including Sir Peter Blake, Eduardo Paolozzi and Dudley Edwards.
Initially established online, RedHouse has been actively involved in exhibition work since 2006. They also work with several leading multi-platform artists including Peter Doherty, Goldie, The Coral and Horace Panter.
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