Summer Exhibition

@ Tower House Gallery

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05 June 2017 - 31 July 2017

Thursday to Sunday 11am to 4.30pm

We hope you will enjoy a visit to the Tower House Gallery in the historic mini castle next to the scenic harbour of Seaton Sluice. There is a wide range of traditional and contemporary art work on sale including originals and prints, wood, bronze and glass sculpture, ceramics, mosaics and jewellery. We aim to provide a relaxed atmosphere in which to view art where you can talk to the artist Rose Di Mascio in her studio or one of the other artists/staff in the gallery. We are developing the gallery gradually and there will be a constant change in art on display.

For the current summer exhibition until the end of July we have the work of  Melanie Barrett, Edwin Blackburn, Julie Brown-King, Ray Campbell, Carolyn Corfield, Trevor Craggs, Kevin Day, Kevin Daykin, Rose Di Mascio, Enzo Di Mascio, Tom Dudding, Laura Edgar, Simon Griffiths, David Hall, Rosanna Henderson, Meryl Lusher, Karen Melvin, Marion Morrison, Sue Nicholson,  Luca Serra and Gary Smith.

There will be temporary exhibitions featured which will be announced on Whats On and our website and Facebook page.

The gallery is open Thursday to Sunday 11am to 4.30pm. It is also open most bank holidays.

Venue
Tower House Gallery,
Collywell Bay Road,
Seaton Sluice,
Whitley Bay,
NE26 4QZ

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