Image Gallery: In Colours, RedHouse Originals Gallery, Harrogate
Need a bit of colour in your lockdown life? Well, RedHouse Originals Gallery in Harrogate has curated its first online exhibition In Colours. This extensive collection of 70 paintings and prints by 24 artists celebrates and explores the relationship between colour and monochrome across a diverse range of media and includes works from The Coral’s Ian Skelly and pioneering artist Dan Baldwin.
This group exhibition features work by some of the world’s most sought-after contemporary artists including Harland Miller (UK), Jonas Wood (US) and Nicolas Party (Switzerland) alongside such luminaries as David Hockney, Bridget Riley and Sir Peter Blake. All works have been extensively photographed to enhance the viewing experience. This includes high-resolution fine detail shots and framed images to bring the gallery into the home.
Main image: Ian Skelly – Magic & Medicine
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