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After a gap of couple of years, the Bingley Gallery is holding an exhibition of work by its resident artist David Starley. Although his trademark tree and woodland paintings still feature, there is more of a focus on more diverse local landscapes, whether softly cloaked in mist, in the bright glare of a summer’s day, after a winter snowfall or in the fading light of dusk. The works capture the landscape when conditions are at their most atmospheric.

The aim of David’s painting has always been to evoke an emotional response in the viewer making even the familiar more meaningful. His impasto style of painting with a palette knife leaves an almost sculpted image which alters subtly as the light changes during the day. Accompanying his work on the walls will be the wood panels of Gavin Edwards; whether from highly sought timber or recycled wooden pallets the work is beautifully finished to show the beauty and variety of the woodgrain. Interestingly both David and Gavin are former archaeologists, whose interests have led them to explore different artforms.

There will be a preview on the evening (7-9) of Weds 31 January

The exhibition will run from 1 February until 17th March 2024. Normal gallery hours are Thurs to Sun 10am to 5pm


The Bingley Gallery
Art Gallery
Bingley Gallery Exterior

The Bingley Gallery is a welcoming, artist-run, venue which exhibits, and sells, a wide range of art work from the region's talented artists.

The Bingley Gallery David Starley Exhibition
Art Exhibition
A painting of trees

A new exhibition of the works of David Starley at The Bingley Gallery.



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