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Arts, Crafts and Galleries

Be inspired by the skill of local artists displaying their work in galleries around Craven.

Craven Museum & Gallery, Skipton Town Hall. The exhibition gallery shows a changing programme of exhibitions related to heritage and the arts. Frequently the gallery hosts exhibitions where pieces of art can be purchased, these have included, two-dimensional and three-dimension art including paintings, ceramics, prints, photographs, textile, furniture and jewellery.

 Gallery on the Green  The Gallery on the Green Settle, is thought to be the smallest art gallery in the world. Drawings, paintings, photographs and other unique works of art are housed in a former BT telephone kiosk in a beautiful rural setting.
Artwork contributions should be posted to:The Curator, Gallery on the Green, Upper Settle, BD24 9HG. You can contact the curator by email, either at info@galleryonthegreen.org.uk for general questions or curator@galleryonthegreen.org.uk for questions about display of artwork.(Directions)

gavaganartGavagan Art a contemporary art gallery, located in Settle Town Hall.  Presenting a series of exhibitions from April to December, showcasing the best of both local and national artists, providing an opportunity to purchase high quality original works.

The lime Gallery  The Lime Gallery in its stylish Courtyard setting and surrounded by the stunning limestone landscape of the Yorkshire Dales, is full of surprises. Flooded with fresh northern light, we offer a beautiful sales gallery for the work of admired and rising star artists and makers from across the UK, including some of the most notable northern talent.
The Lime Gallery, The Courtyard, Settle BD24 9JY
Telephone:01729 892901   email: info@thelimegallery.com
 

        Two unique  workshops and galleries can be found in the basement of Settle Town Hall.

        The Studio Vault, gallery and shop space showcasing contemporary craft and fine art. Including studio space of Emily Knight Jewellery.

        Settle Glass Studio, handcrafted fused glass inspired by the local area. Take part in a workshop and have fun creating your own pieces.

 

The Smithy Gallery
The Smithy Gallery,
Kettlewell, a traditional gallery and framing service with a varied range of original and signed prints by local artists.
Telephone: 01756 761176 / 0776 0235430        email: carl@smithykettlewell.co.uk
Open: Spring / Summer, Mon - Fri 10.00 - 4.30, Sat - Sun 11.00 - 4.30.

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 At Stonegate Gallery you can find Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Jewellery, Furniture, Gifts and much more from the best of British artists and craftspeople.
Address: Stonegate Glass Studio & Gallery
Main Street, Low Bentham, Lancaster, LA2 7BX
Telephone: 015242 62266, Email: mail@stonegategallery.co.uk
Open: Tuesday - Saturday (9am - 5 pm)    Sunday & Monday (By Appointment)

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Malham Smithy Online Blacksmiths,
is the workshop of female blacksmith Annabelle Bradley where she designs and creates handcrafted steel jewellery, accessories and larger scale sculptural items for the home.
Address: Malham Smithy, Malham, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 4DA
Telephone: 07790 885979        Opening hours vary please ring to avoid disappointment.        email: annabelle@malhamsmithyonline.co.uk

Terry Logan Studio
Logan Studio, Threshfield, Terry Logan's work is primarily concerned with light on landscape, his favoured media being watercolour and pastel, predominantly scenes of the Yorkshire Dales.
Address: Logan Studio, Park Grange, Threshfield, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5HA
Telephone:  (01756) 752 340
Email: Terry Logan contact

Bentham Pottery Bentham Pottery is famous for its "Bentham blue" range, which has been in production now for over 20 years. All the pottery is hand made on a wheel and is hand decorated.
Open Mon-Sat 9.00am -5.00pm. Visitors are welcome to look around the showroom, view the Bentham Pottery and have a tour of the workshop.