Lines of Conflict

27 Oct 2012 – 6 Jan 2013

Regular hours

10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 17:00

Cost of entry

Under 18's FREE, Adults £2.00, Concession £1.80

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Scarborough Art Gallery

England, United Kingdom

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  • Short walk from Scarbrorough train staion.
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Lines of Conflict


As we approach the centenery year of the World War I conflicts, Scarborough Museums Trust invited The Yorkshire Sculptor's Group to explore the very nature of conflict. Some artists have responded directly with works inspired by the Great War others have explored conflict in its many forms. All have produced a collection of sculptures using a range of media that we hope will please yet provoke thought and discussion amongst visitors to the Gallery. The Yorkshire Sculptor's Group consists of around 20 members from throughout the Yorkshire region. The artists from the Group exhibiting in this exhibition are: John Adamson, wood carver from Hebden Bridge Hilary Burt, constructions artist from Harrogate Paula Chambers, constructions artist from Hebden Bridge Alan Gummerson, from Hebden Bridge works with ceramics, casting, & constructions Lucy Hainsworth, metal caster & wood carver from Wetherby George Hainsworth, constructions artist from Wetherby Terry Hammill, constructions artist from Ilkley Ian Judd, stone carver & casting artist from Hebden Bridge Vicki Lucas, neon and video artist from Sheffield Barry Midgley, stone carver & metal caster from Hebden Bridge Mark Milnes, works with metal casting and is from Batley Suzanne North, works with stone and acrylic carvings and is from Huddersfield Andrew Pert, constructions artist from Scarborough Victoria Ferrand Scott, works with castings in concrete and metal and is from Leeds Scott Senogles, stone carver from Leeds Linda Thompson, works with casting and modeling and is from Harrogate

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