The Art Gallery at Maiden Bridge

Established gallery with international reputation. 

2016 Art exhibition at Maiden Bridge gallery

Maiden Bridge Gallery 20th anniversary exhibition

PAINTINGS
KATHARINE HOLMES
KATE BENTLEY
DAVID THOMAS
PHIL ENTWISTLE
PAULA DUNN
GRAHAM LOWE
JOHN McCLENAGHEN
GERALD DAVIES
PAT ELLACOTT
DAVID DAVIES
SCULPTURE
VLADIMIR TSIVIN
MARK GIBBS
 

ETCHINGS
JUHA TAMMENPÄÄ
CERAMICS
DAVID ROBERTS
ROGER BELL
ILONA SULIKOVA
EOGHAN BRIGGS
SIMON GRIFFITHS
WAYNE CLARK
TEXITLE ART, ACCESSORIES
HANNAH SMEDS-DAVIES
HEATHER GATT
ZUNYA DAVIES

 

Vladimir Tsivin at Maiden Bridge Art Gallery

Vladimir Tsivin is winner of international competitions in ceramics at Faenze, Italy.
Member of the International Academy of Ceramic Art, Switzerland.
Winner of prize awarded by the Russian Academy of Arts.

Works held in museums

Russia, USA, Great Britain, Italy, Hungary, Ukraine, Israel, Poland, Czech Republic, Switzerland.

Vladimir Tsivin artworks for sale at Maiden Bridge Art Gallery

The following artworks are for sale. Please click here to contact us if you would like more information about any of these works.

The Gallery at Maiden Bridge

Previous Exhibitions: Facing North at Maiden Bridge

22-23 and 28-30 September, 5-7 October 2007

tim paveyThis unique exhibition and project features fifty professional artists from the North of England. Each artist has been commissioned to produce two works - a self-portrait and an example of their more usual work. This collection will be published in a full colour book, celebrating the wonderful diversity of talent in Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria in 2007.

Maiden Bridge Arts Centre has commissioned the project and will host the opening exhibition together with the book launch.

In addition to the professional artist project, the children of the local Tatham Fells primary School are participating and have each produced a self-portrait and landscape painting to show the young talent in the area.

The artists' normal work will be for sale, providing the public with a wonderful opportunity to view and collect the work from fifty of the region's prominent artists.

Artists:

BOB ARMITAGE, MICHAEL ATKIN, GILL BARRON, DAVID BERESFORD, MICHAEL BILTON, PAUL BLACKWELL, PATRICK BURKE, HILARY CARR, HALIMA CASSEL,L ANDREW CHEETHAM, FIONA CLUCAS, DAVID COOK, DAVID DAVIES, ZUNYA HANNAH DAVIES, PAT ELLACOTT, JUDITH ELLIS, JANE FIELDER, SALLY GATIE, BRIDGET GILLESPIE, FRANK GORDON, LESLEY GORE, DAVID GREENWOOD, DAVID HALL, DAVID HARTNUP, PATRICIA HASKEY-KNOWLES, JOHN HATTON, BRENDAN HESMONDHALGH, KATHARINE HOLMES, ANNIE HUDSON, ANDREA HUNTER, SUE KIRK, GRAHAM LOWE, JOHN McCLENAGHEN, MOIRA McTAGUE, ROSEMARY MORISON, ROBERT NICHOLLS, DEBORAH NICKOLLS, NIGEL OVERTON, NEIL PALLISER, SUSAN PARKER, DANIEL PAULO, TIM PAVEY, INA PICKARD, TONY ROBERTS, DORIE SCHRECKER, HANNAH SMEDS-DAVIES, MARI TAKAFUJI, DAVID THOMAS, ANNE THORNHILL, SIU LING TSUI, PAULA VELARDE, CATHY WILSON, PENNY WOOD.

The project is supported by the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Previous Exhibitions: Maiden Bridge hosts first UK exhibition of works by Bauhaus artist, Anni Albers

albersIn June 2003, Maiden Bridge Arts Centre became the first gallery in Britain to show a comprehensive collection of print works by the renowned Bauhaus artist and printmaker, Anni Albers. The exhibition ran for three weeks.

Considered to be one of the foremost textile artists of the twentieth century, Anni Albers was a true pioneer in the art world as well as a prolific writer and an accomplished teacher. She was one of the last surviving artists of the famous Bauhaus School, which she entered in 1922 and where she associated with artists such as Paul Klee, Vassily Kandinsky and her husband to be, Josef Albers.

In 1933, she left the political situation in Germany to live and work in America, and in 1949, became the first ever textile artist to be given a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She continued to live in the USA until her death in 1994.

albersThe exhibition at Maiden Bridge Arts Centre constituted a celebration of her life, work and sheer innovative energy. Many of her works were shown and visitors got the chance to learn more about her life - as well as to buy some of her screenprints, photo-offsets and etchings.

"This exhibition has been a real coup for the Arts Centre," said Hannah Smeds-Davies - herself a successful international textile artist. "Anni Albers was a highly acclaimed designer who made a real contribution to the art world at a pivotal time in history. We are proud to have hosted the UK's first exhibition of her work."

More information about the life and work of Anni Albers can be found here »

News


The Maiden Bridge Gallery 2016 Exhibition

Sat 4th June 2016 continuing every Saturday and Sunday including 31st July, 11am - 5pm A spectacular exhibition featuring the best of northern British artists plus award winning Scandinavian artists.

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Hannah Smeds-Davies awarded silver medal from TAITO

Hannah Smeds-Davies has been awarded a silver medal and certificate from TAITO, Finland’s design and arts organisation for her lifetime contribution to textile design and art.

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