Picture Gallery: RESET, RedHouse Originals, Harrogate
Need a distraction from the news? Want to hear something lovely about the arts in the North of England? Well, RedHouse Gallery in Harrogate has launched a new group exhibition, RESET, featuring emerging painters, printmakers and sculptors alongside established international artists.
The exhibition title originates from a painting created by Nick Walker from his Smoke Series. Walker, who emerged from Bristol’s legendary street art scene alongside Banksy and 3D Del Naja, now lives and works in New York and has produced nine new paintings set to go on display for the first time. RESET features 100 artworks by 25 artists with highlights including new work from the studios of Dan Baldwin, Horace Panter, Florence Blanchard, Schoph, Lucy McLaughlan, and Danny Larsen.
Main image: David Hockney, Untitled. Joel Wachs.
The full collection is on display at the gallery and online here. The gallery is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm with private viewings available by appointment. All exhibition artworks have been extensively photographed to enhance the viewing experience and RedHouse are also offering virtual imaging options to bring the gallery into the home.
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