The Courthouse is just one of the venues in Otley where you can view Art exhibitions.
Download the Otley Art Map here.
Our exhibitions change every month:
December / January
Prince Henry’s Grammar School art teacher Natalie will be displaying her paintings and textile work based upon organic forms.
I am fascinated by the natural world, it’s ambiguity and ability to keep revealing new secrets. I aim, in my work, to capture fragments of it’s ever changing beauty, it’s fluidity, subtle textures, microscopic detail, tranquility.
I draw inspiration from the local landscape, from the rocks, streams, grasses and plants that I see on walks. It is easy to get complacent about the beauty we live amongst.
In the same way, a simple crafted vase, jug, cup or bowl echoes a similar simplistic aesthetic; a feeling of calm, of balance and harmony. My still life work aims to reflect those feelings that can be felt even in something man-made.
Sixth Form Students from Prince Henry’s Grammar School
Sue Kershaw: Mosaic art inspired by Roman art, geometry, literature and nature
In House Arts
We are a group of volunteers who curate and publicise exhibitions at the Otley Courthouse.
If you would like to submit your work for consideration for a future exhibition, please email In-House Arts at email@example.com or call into Otley Courthouse to pick up an exhibition pack.
The cabinets in the foyer are available throughout the year for displaying arts and crafts.
For more information contact Lorain at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07828 141718.