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Prints and paintings from artist and designer Jill Ray, including large scale works that have not been seen at The Harley Gallery before, will go on display from 28 July in a new exhibition called ‘Bright Woods, Dark Peaks’.
Using silver birch gathered from around the vast Welbeck estate in Sherwood Forest and willow from Somerset, artist Laura Ellen Bacon is creating a huge, new, ‘human-scale’ sculpture to twine around the ground floor at The Harley Gallery, 28 July – 7 October 2018.
Artist Clare Twomey has given a modern twist to old technology to unite past, present and future in her new exhibition ‘Half in shadow: Half in light’ which runs at The Harley Gallery on the Welbeck Estate from 24 March until 17 June.
Renowned worldwide landmarks built from LEGO® bricks, including Niagara Falls and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and a rare insight into Warli tribal art from Western India are just two of the leading exhibitions on show at The Harley Gallery in 2017.
Six months on since its opening, The Portland Collection continues to attract visitors from far and wide with footfall to the gallery already over 40,000.
Excitement is building for the new LEGO model exhibition coming to The Harley Gallery from January 2017 following the phenomenal success of last year’s Brick City.
This winter two new exhibitions will open at Welbeck’s Harley Gallery, exploring how artists capture the personality of their sitters using more than just a pretty face.
For one day only, visitors to The Harley Gallery, on the Welbeck estate near Worksop, can delve into Dr Brian May’s amazing collection of early colour 3-D photographs at a special event led by his curator.
An opportunity to see a display of extraordinary miniatures selected by pop art pioneer Sir Peter Blake, as part of The Portland Collection on the historic Welbeck estate, is nearing a close as works from the light sensitive collection return to storage.
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