2019 Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair

Watermark Gallery will be showing a number of recent monotype prints at the Hepworth Wakefield print fair, details below:

The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair

Preview: 28 Feb 2019, 6-8pm, Fair Open: 1 – 3 March 2019, 10am – 5pm

£2 Entry / Free to Members and Under 16s

‘The Hepworth Wakefield’s popular Print Fair returns in 2019 with a host of exciting stalls, activities and events celebrating the art of printmaking.

Held in The Calder, our converted mill space, and featuring a handpicked selection of over 50 printmakers, collectives and galleries from around the UK, the fair will provide a friendly atmosphere in which to find work by artists, illustrators and designers working in print.

Whether you are new to buying art or a seasoned collector, The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair is the perfect place to engage with and celebrate all things print.

Families can enjoy free printmaking activities across the weekend. In addition to The Hepworth Café, a street food market in our garden will offer food, drink and covered seating for visitors.’

Watercolour Painting Workshop 2019

Saturday 3 August 2019
Location: Alnmouth, Northumberland UK.
A Watercolour Painting Workshop with Robert Newton

The course is for keen beginners who want to experience painting and drawing as a hobby or a creative outlet. With over thirty years of painting and drawing experience Robert will be on hand to guide students to an enjoyable and rewarding day of creativity, with an emphasis on good composition and construction of paintings from working sketches. Robert will demonstrate simple but effective techniques to achieve good work including skies, washes and the ‘Alla Prima’ technique for effective paintings. Simple methods using pure watercolour painting with excellent quality materials brushes and tools.
Includes a set of watercolour paints, paper, brushes and other items to set you on your way.
A relaxed day of creativity with an emphasis on visualisation and technique.
Limited to 6 places.
Please follow this link for to book your place.

Zilla Bell, Winter Exhibition 2018

‘Cows, Sunlit Field’ watercolour, 28 x 23 cm

8 December 2018 – 12 January 2019

Main Gallery

The Winter Exhibition 2018 is an eclectic mix of paintings, prints, jewellery and ceramics; serving as a platform to introduce new gallery artists and as a retrospective of past exhibitors.

More information here.


15 Kirkgate
North Yorkshire
Opening Hours
Mon – Sat
10am – 1pm & 2pm – 5pm

Closed Sun & Bank Holidays

Foss Fine Art – Christmas Exhibition 2018

Group exhibition featuring:

Marilyn Browning, Linda Franklin, Anna Howarth, Elisabeth Lecourt, Keith Menear,
Jane Muir, Robert Newton, Emer O’Sullivan, Nicola Rose, Debra Royston,
Cathryn Shilling, Malcolm Taylor, Ali Tomlin,
Nicholas Turner RWA, Helen Ward



Art For Youth North 2018

‘Looking South’ oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm

It’s a real pleasure to be returning to this exhibition and I will be showing six oil paintings.

Private view 23 & 24 October 2018, continues until 27 October. Please contact the organiser for more information.

‘A beautiful exhibition of paintings, etchings, photographs, ceramics and sculpture – with a special focus on artists living and working in the North.

Art for Youth North enables both established and new artists to show their work and raises funds for the leading youth work charity, UK Youth.  The exhibition has already raised nearly £230,000 for young people.

Prices range from £40 – £3000 and prints and unframed portfolio work are also available. Artists donate 33% of sales to the charity.

Mystery Pictures are on-sale. These are postcard-sized artworks priced at £40 each. The buyer will only know who the artist is after purchase.

In 2016 we raised nearly £30,000 for UK Youth.’

More information here http://www.artforyouthnorth.co.uk/private-view-tickets/

Exhibition of New Work – Old School Gallery, Alnmouth


Preview Evening

Friday 19th October 2018 | 6pm -8pm

New works by Robert Newton

Oils, Watercolours & Monoprints

‘For this new exhibition at the Old School Gallery, Rob Newton has produced a number of oil paintings, watercolours and monotypes.
The subjects of Rob’s paintings follow a tradition of British landscape painting. His technique is bold and fluid, using broad strokes to allow for a distinctive take on the beauty of the local countryside and seascapes. Rob’s wonderful use of colour captures the unique light and palette of Northumberland.’

Please contact the gallery for more information.

E-mail: galleryalnmouth@gmail.com