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:
Work by local artist Evelyn Friend is proving a big hit at the Otley Courthouse, with several of the 12 pictures on display sold already.
Evelyn’s recent inspiration has come from walks in area to look at fields and sites threatened with development. “In all my years living in Otley, I had never been down certain footpaths near the Irish fields and Rammers Farm. One view looked just like an impressionist painting so I went back with my camera and sketchbook and did three pastel paintings,” she explained.
Prince Henry School Sixth Form Art Show
March sees the popular annual show of work by sixth form students at Prince Henry’s Grammar School. The school teaches a wide range of media including paint, collage, ceramics, printing and computer-assisted designs.
Mosaic Artist Sue Kershaw will be exhibiting her work in April. Sue teaches mosaic art in schools and in the community. She will be displaying her pieces inspired by Roman, geometric, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com or call 07828 141718.