Lund GalleryAddress: Alne Road, Easingwold, York, North Yorkshire, UK, YO61 3PA. View Map
Email: Web-site: www.lundgallery.co.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)1347 824400
Contact: Debbie Loane
Open: Gallery opening hours during exhibition times: Thursday - Saturday 11am - 5pm Sundays and Bank Holidays 12 - 4pm. Gallery open by appointment only outside of exhibitions so please call before travelling to avoid disappointment.
OWN ART now available.
Member of the Independent Craft Galleries Association (I.C.G.A.)
Last updated: 2009-05-08
Potters at this Gallery, Stephanie Black, John Butler, David Lawrence Fry, Sam Hall, Peter Hayes, Jeremy James, Ruth King, Andrew Niblett, Ramp Ceramics, Louise Thompson, Craig Underhill, Rachel Wood
About the Gallery
Lund Gallery was opened in September 2005 by the landscape artist Debbie Loane. The gallery is dedicated to showing contemporary art, craft and sculpture from a wide range of makers in a relaxed rural setting.
The gallery occupies converted dairy buildings on a smallholding 20 minutes drive north from York, just outside the market town of Easingwold. The open aspect makes it an ideal space for exhibiting art in an uncluttered and relaxing environment. There is ample parking and full disabled access.
The gallery was so well received in the first years that we decided to expand, converting a second barn for exhibitions, functions, and generally anything 'creative' in nature - The Tractor Barn - (where we used to keep the tractor...) This space will be available for hire at certain times in the year, so if you would like to host an art course, poetry evening, film screening, or even just a meeting venue, please get in touch...
We also took the opportunity to convert the adjoining granary into a small house, and replaced the oil heating with a wood chip and log boiler. Our woodchip is sourced from the 'Chopsticks Appeal')
New Room to promote Hand Made Objects for the Home
We are launching our new 'Room' area featuring hand made objects for the home including domestic pottery by Alistair Young, Philip Wood and others in early July.