A contemporary art gallery in beautiful gardens with a fully licensed pop-up bar and cafe.
NEW THIS WEEK:
Phil Reynolds, Ten Years in the Landscape
Preview: Friday 23 February 6-8pm: all welcome
Please join us for the opening of an exhibition that surveys the landscape works, both abstract and figural, painted by established York-based artist Phil Reynolds over the last decade.
He has shown at numerous galleries around the U.K. and was one of the first artists to show at the School House Gallery in our inaugural Vessel exhibition in 2009.
Expressive mark-making is at the core of Phil’s work: ‘Reacting to and making instinctive decisions about these marks is where the true excitement and creativity lies for me in painting’.
The Gallery is open Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 4.30pm
Cardamom & Dill
The thermometer is rising and Cardamom & Dill’s spring fresh lunch menu for Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th February is inspired by the gloriously simple food of the beloved Greek islands featuring the following dishes:
– A warming bowl of Greek gigantes beans with spinach, mint and dill (vegan)
– Sumptuous roasted red peppers stuffed with rice, raisins and almonds (vegan)
– A nutty spelt salad with chickpeas, rocket, lemon and fresh parsley (vegan)
– Dimitri’s horiatiki, a classic Greek salad with feta, tomatoes & olives
– Greek goddess hummus with fresh parsley, tarragon and chives (vegan)
Oil Pastel Workshop with Jake Attree
Jake Attree’s exhibition may be over but his workshops continue! Sign up for this on
Saturday 17 March 10am-4pm. Cost £60 includes materials and welcome refreshments.
Phil Reynolds Tuesday Residency
From 13 March Phil will be spending Tuesdays painting in the Gallery. Come and watch the artist at work or engage him in conversation between 11am and 4pm!
Introducing the School House Gallery monthly Supper Clubs, an exclusive long-table, candlelit dining event in association with Cardamom and Dill.
March 16 – Lebanese theme – 3 places left – to reserve contact Robert by email or on 07766 656030.
April 20 – Provencal theme. Book now!
Fancy having our fabulous space as the backdrop for your own private party or business event? Talk to us about venue hire – we can cater for anything from book launches to business meetings to wedding receptions… Call 07766 656030
Peter & Shirley Teed
It is with great sadness that we have to announce the deaths of Robert’s parents, Shirley and Peter Teed. Shirley died on 4 January, Peter on the 14th. Their funeral took place at Crantock Church in Cornwall on 20 January.
Shirley Teed was a distinguished artist and a memorial exhibition of her work will take place at the gallery later this year.
Damian Le Bas 1963 – 2017
We were heartbroken to learn of the death of the artist Damian Le Bas. Damian was a visionary artist and a brilliant exponent of Art Brut or Gypsy DaDa (a term he coined). He was also a man with an amazing sense of humour and a warm, generous soul and we feel immensely privileged to have worked with him on our Black Butterflies exhibition (2013) and Grace In Thy Sight residency (2014). Our thoughts and sympathies go to his wife Delaine and son Damian James.
NOW IN STOCK: HOME FROM HOME CATALOGUES
We are currently stocking the beautiful catalogue of ‘Home From Home’, an exhibition of international ceramicists currently on show at Contemporary Applied Arts in London. The CAA invited Robert to write a catalogue essay for Home From Home, which appears alongside an essay by David Whiting and profiles of each of the twenty-five participating artists. Catalogues are £10.
About the New School House Gallery
Paula Jackson and Robert Teed co-founded The New School House Gallery in 2009 and have curated over 40 exhibitions and projects across a wide range of disciplines and media, working with over 400 artists and makers. ‘The 21st century curator is a catalyst – a bridge between the local and the global… The possibility of enlightenment comes from embracing chance’ (Hans Ulrich Obrist).
The New School House Gallery, Peasholme Green, York, YO1 7PW
Tel: 07766 656030