Galleries - March 2011

16. GALLERIES MARCH 11 M 5 3 M 6 M 6 M 6 5 M 1 M 6 2 M 6 2 A 6 3 1 A 4 6 A 6 6 A 1 7 0 A 1 9 A 6 4 MERSEYSIDE CHESTER WREXHAM LINC GAINSBOROUGH WHITBY THIRSK SCARBOROUGH DARLINGTON BARNARD CASTLE PENRITH KESWICK LANCASTER HUDDERSFIELD HALIFAX BLACKBURN PRESTON BOLTON HALE YORK KENDAL SADDLEWORTH MACCLESFIELD HARTLEPOOL RIPON WAKEFIELD BRIDLINGTON STAITHES OLDHAM CHORLEY TODMORDEN SEDBERGH BOWNESS-ON-WINDERMERE HARROGATE KEIGHLEY STOKESLEY STOKE-ON-TRENT BRADFORD LEEDS MANCHESTER HULL SHEFFIELD MIDDLESBROUGH DONCASTER LIVERPOOL a e d f c b SETTLE CUMBRIA a ABBOT HALL ART GALLERY Kendal, Cumbria LA9 5AL Drawn from Life. Jan 15–Mar 26. One ofthe largest inter- national exhibitions that Abbot Hall has hosted, looks at an expanded idea ofdrawing across time and continents. Mon–Sat 10.30–4, Adults £6, u-18, f-t students u-25 free t 01539 722464 NORTH YORKSHIRE b BIANCO NERO GALLERY 14 Bridge Road, Stokesley, North Yorks TS9 5AA Matt Underwood and Lisa Hooper: Recent Works. Changing exhibitions featuring contemporary paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics and glass. *Own Art Tue–Sat 10–5 t 01642 714433 EAST YORKSHIRE c GALLERY FORTY-NINE 1 Market Place, Old Town, Bridlington, YO16 4QJ ‘A Gothic Christmas’ – Winter Exhibition. Thur–Sat 10.30–5, Sun 12–4 t 01262 679472 LEEDS d BONHAMS (Leeds) 30 ParkSquare, Leeds, LS1 2PK Auctioneers. Enquiries: Simon Mitchell. t 0113 244 8011 f 0113 242 9875 d HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE 74 The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AH Henry Moore: Prints and Portfolios. Feb 3–Apr 3. Major exhibition ofprints, etchings and drawings exploring the stories behind Moore’s graphic work in lavish detail and revealing his connections to literature. Many pieces ofthe Castleford-born artist’s work displayed for the first time in Yorkshire. Mon–Sun 10–5.30, Wed 10–9, admn free t 0113 2467467 f 0113 2461481 LANCASHIRE e WATER STREET GALLERY 25 Water Street, Todmorden, Lancs OL14 5AB Contemporary Fine Art by leading and emerging artists and makers. Featured March Artists: ‘Recent Landscapes’ by David Wiseman. ‘Maternal Memories’ by Anita Pullan. Ceramic installation illuminating passing childhood with cherished objects cast in bone china and gold lustre. Also Gallery Artists. Wed–Sun 9.30–5.30 or by appt t 01706039714 OLDHAM - SADDLEWORTH f MILLYARD GALLERY 97 The Square, Uppermill, Saddleworth OL3 6BD SpringExhibition. Mar 19–Apr 10. Artists: Geoffrey Key, David Miller, Geoff Grandfield, Mark Whyatt and Sculptor Jill Randall. Signed screenprints by Sir Peter Blake, Barbara Rae, Bruce McLean, John Hoyland. *Own Art Daily 11–5, closed Mon t 01457 870410 NATIONAL RAILWAY ENQUIRIES t 0845 7484950 MAP 6 ENGLAND NORTH After leaving Newcastle University in 1994 and working and travelling abroad and in London for nearly 10 years, Jamie Primrose returned to his native Edinburgh in 2003. Since when he has had an astonishing degree ofsuccess with his atmospheric paintings, primarily though not exclusively, ofthe Scottish landscape. This new show however ( Dundas Street, Edinburgh ) oflarge mo- nochrome drawings ofhis home town represents a real departure in his work, its complete omission ofany modern elements/people giving it a powerful sense of time- lessness, its topographical pre- cision usefully underscored by a boldly contemporary Indian ink/ wash technique that conveys the city’s atmospheric skyscapes. NU THUMB nails Jamie Primrose, 'Auld Reekie',