An exhibition of work exploring the power of the sea and the impact of industry on the spectacular landscapes of the North opens at the Inspired by… gallery this month.
Len Tabner’s Painting from Wild Places can be seen at the gallery at The Moors National Park Centre in Danby, at the Northern end of the North York Moors National Park, from June 13 to July 20, 2021.
Widely regarded as one of the UK’s best modern landscape painters, Len Tabner likes to be outdoors and to paint there, rather than in a studio. He lives on the North York Moors near the potash mine at Boulby and has been down the mine on many occasions to paint what he sees. He has travelled to the South Atlantic as a guest of the Royal Navy and to the wilds of Japan, America, Scandinavia, Scotland and Ireland to paint.
Images: Len Tabner, untitled (photo © Reuben Tabner)
The Inspired by… gallery, based at The Moors National Park Centre, is open from 10am to 5pm daily. The National Park Centre has received VisitEngland’s ‘We’re Good To Go’ kitemark, an accreditation that shows all facilities are following the latest Government and industry COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Please note that masks must be worn throughout the National Park Centre in line with the latest Government guidelines.
For more information on the exhibition, go to: northyorkmoors.org.uk/inspiredby