A riot of colour at Kaleidoscope art exhibition


The Tinker Gallery in Ilkley will be introducing its summer exhibition ‘Kaleidoscope’ on 7th July

Following a successful launch for Ilkley’s new contemporary art gallery, the Tinker Gallery will be introducing new artists and work to the space during the summer months.


‘Kaleidoscope’ which starts on Thursday 7th July, promises to be a riot of colour. ‘I want to bring bright bold summer colours and shapes to the gallery”, says gallery owner Joanne Tinker.


The work on show will follow a scorchingly hot garden theme, full of flowers, rainbows and butterflies. Paintings, prints, sculpture, glass and mixed media works will go on display during July and August by local artists Kerry Stoker, Louise Hepworth-Wood, Samantha Yates, Joanne Tinker and London based artists, Lene Bladbjerg, Tessa Pearson and Greg Pearson.


Tinker Gallery is at 25 Church Street in Ilkley, open to the public every Thursday - Saturday from 10am to 5pm and appointment-only on other days.


The gallery website is www.tinkergallery.com