YSG exhibition 11 May - 29 Sept 2019

BREAKING GROUND

Exhibition of outdoor sculpture by the Yorkshire Sculptors Group in a new sculpture trail.

Patchings Art Centre, Nottingham

Exhibiting sculptors: Garry Barker, Barry Midgley, Nicholas Vaughan, David Sprakes, Victoria Ferrand Scott, Suzanne North, George Hainsworth, Lucy Hainsworth, Terence Hammill, Melanie Wilks, Carole Griffiths, Paula Chambers, Linda Thompson.

Photos: Gary Jones, Patchings. Use arrows to navigate, click to enlarge.

YSG exhibition 7 Sept - 6 Oct 2019

TEMPORAL TERRAINS

Exhibition on wheels by the Yorkshire Sculptors Group exploring the idea of mobile sculpture. 

Dean Clough Crossley Gallery Halifax

Exhibiting sculptors: Victoria Ferrand Scott, Suzanne North, George Hainsworth, Garry Barker, Lucy Hainsworth, Terence Hammill, Melanie Wilks, Vincent James, Carole Griffiths, Christine Halsey, Cath Graham, Paula Chambers, Linda Thompson, Nicholas Vaughan, Sally Barker.

 https://yorkshire-sculpture.org/uncategorised/other-sculpture/temporal-terrains-dean-clough-halifax/ 

OUTSIDE 19 July - 6 Oct 2019

Bowling Mill Courtyard, Dean Clough

Exhibiting sculptors: Barry Midgley, Victoria Ferrand Scott, Suzanne North, Melanie Wilks, Terence Hammill.

YSG exhibition 16 Sept - 26 Oct 2019

OBJECT/IMAGE/IMAGE/OBJECT

An exhibition of sculpture and prints by five members of the Yorkshire Sculptors Group.

West Yorkshire Print Workshop. Mirfield, West Yorkshire.

Exhibiting sculptors: Garry Barker, Sally Barker, Victoria Ferrand Scott, Terence Hammill, Carole Griffiths.

YSG exhibition  31 July - 15 Sept 2019

(im)Material Disarray

Exhibition of sculptural objects and installations made from the detritus of domesticity.

SNAP Arts, Wakefield

Exhibiting sculptors: Paula Chambers, Victoria Ferrand Scott, Garry Barker,Terence Hammill, Carole Griffiths, Sally Barker, Vincent James.

YSG exhibition 14 June - 14 July 2018  

Travelling Light

An exchange exhibition of small scale sculpture by YSG and Baltimore Sculptors

 

Water Street Gallery, Todmorden UK

and then on tour from Baltimore USA,

2018/2019

Exhibiting sculptors: Suzanne North, Scott Senogles, Christine Halsey, Lucy Hainsworth, Carole Griffiths, Paula Chambers, Victoria Ferrand Scott, Cath Graham, Liadin Cooke, Garry Barker, Terence Hammill, Vincent James, Melanie Wilks, Barry Midgley.

Josh Gillen, Al Zaruba, Nanette Blinchikoff, Eric Fine, Virginia Cobbler, Tom Sterner, Penny Jacoby, Jim Paulsen, Gagik Aroutiunian, Adam Zyinger, Diane Zeller, Mary Opasik, Greg Gensheimer, Leigh Maddox, Jackie Kendall, Kay Dilisio, Jim Opasik.

YSG exhibition 4 Sept - 29 Sept 2017

Exhibition

Dye House Gallery, Bradford

More images and slide show on Welcome Page

YSG exhibition 6 May - 4 June 2017

SEPARATION

Exhibition of sculpture and objects by the Yorkshire Sculptors Group exploring the idea of separation in the light of current affairs.

Dean Clough Galleries Halifax

Exhibiting sculptors: Victoria Ferrand Scott, Suzanne North,

George Hainsworth, Lucy Hainsworth, Terence Hammill, Melanie Wilks, 

Vincent James, Carole Griffiths, Christine Halsey, Cath Graham,

Paula Chambers, Linda Thompson.

Photos: Leonor Da Silva 

YSG exhibition 11 June - 10 September 2016

Resonance

Summer exhibition of sculptures by the Yorkshire Sculptors Group in the magnificent surroundings of Beverley Minster. 

Beverley Minster

www.beverleyminster.org.uk

Exhibiting sculptors: Liadin Cooke, Victoria Ferrand Scott, Suzanne North,

George Hainsworth, Lucy Hainsworth, Terence Hammill, Barry Midgley,  Andrew Pert, Melanie Wilks, Mark Milnes, Linda Thompson,

guest artist Mervyn King.

YSG exhibition 7 - 29 May 2016

Tabletop Tableaux

Objects and sculptures by the Yorkshire Sculptors Group that examine the concept of the frozen moment in relation to home furnishing.

Dean Clough Galleries Halifax

Exhibiting sculptors: Liadin Cooke, Victoria Ferrand Scott, George Hainsworth, Lucy Hainsworth, Terence Hammill, Barry Midgley, Suzanne North, Andrew Pert, Melanie Wilks, Paula Chambers, guest artist Garry Barker

Can narrative be applied to sculpture? Historically, there are many examples in religious art of tableaux of carved figures that freeze a moment in the story of the crucifixion or the nativity. The tableaux imply that there was a life before and there will be a life after the chosen event - that this is just one special moment, a frozen moment, in an unfolding story.

 

How does this relate to home furnishing? The Group has taken the IKEA range of LACK side tables ( £5 and what a bargain ) as an alternative to the traditional sculpture plinth. The dimensions of this almost invisible table, and its place within the home, becomes the starting point for a wide range of imaginative sculptural solutions that play with notions of scale, context and meaning.

 

 

"Beautifully presented and full of wit....has once more excelled expectations with its sheer quality". Vic Allen

YSG exhibition 30 May - 13 Sept 2015

Contemporary Sculpture 

Burnby Hall Gardens,

Pocklington, East Yorkshire

 

Exhibiting sculptors: Liadin Cooke, Victoria Ferrand Scott, George Hainsworth, Lucy Hainsworth, Terence Hammill, Barry Midgley, Mark Milnes, Suzanne North, Andrew Pert, Linda Thompson, Melanie Wilks

YSG exhibition 9 - 23 May 2015

 

Floribunda at Dean Clough Halifax    

Yorkshire Sculptors Group presents an exhibition of sculptures that celebrates the floriated mosaic floor of the Dean Clough Upstairs Gallery in Halifax. Against a backdrop of exhuberant flower paintings by YSG member George Hainsworth the Group demonstrate their many diverse approaches and use of media with an imaginative and hybrid display of 'many-flowering' sculptures. The exhibition can be seen as a dialogue between the work of the painter and the work of the sculptor, a homage and a recognition of each discipline's intrinsic qualities.

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