Harold Gosney, ‘My Life as an Artist’, 2017

September 9th – October 1st 2017

Daily 11am – 4pm, admission free

 

 

The Stained Glass Centre is honoured to be hosting a retrospective exhibition of Harold Gosney’s work, ‘My Life as an Artist’, this Autumn.  Over 60 years of creative work by Yorkshire artist Harold Gosney will be on display at the Stained Glass Centre. After successful exhibitions in Ripon, Grimsby and Scunthorpe between 2013 and 2016, this new exhibition opens to the public on September 9th and brings together a wide range of sculpture, drawings and paintings, including work not seen in public before. This is a unique opportunity to see up close his beautiful sculptures and paintings, with an accompanying display of preliminary sketches and studies.

A number of Harold’s commissioned works are in the public domain notably at York Art Gallery, or on permanent display in places like Ripon and Chester Cathedrals.
Harold has generously volunteered to auction one of his sculptural works, with accompanying drawing, at the preview evening on September 8th.

 

 

For more on Gosney, see here and here

The Stained Glass is also pleased to announce that Harold will be hosting a private event for the Friends of the Stained Glass Centre. Those with current subscriptions will be invited to attend a private viewing with the artist during the exhibition period. If you are interested in joining as a Friend, click here for more details.