Horbury Shoal

Horbury Shoal

Horbury Shoal is a new seating arrangement for the Queen Street site. It has been commissioned by the Good of Small Things project which finds opportunities for artists to add life to the Horbury streetscape. Shoal is the work of Martin Heron, a well known sculpture...
The Seagull has Landed

The Seagull has Landed

The Seagull has Landed – 31 July 2020 The third bird in the Horbury Aviary project has now been installed. Sculptor Bruce Williams has made a new windvane for Horbury; this time a ‘seagull’ (actually a herring gull) that sits over a bag of chips...
Thinking outside the box

Thinking outside the box

Redbox Gallery has a timely new installation, addressing mental health issues Thinking Outside the Box A creative collaboration between Cate Frampton of Horbury Integrative Therapies and Claire Lake of Clearly Creative, a fused glass artist based in Ackworth. Claire...
The Exploding Lawnmower

The Exploding Lawnmower

This spring themed installation is devised in collaboration with Horbury Lawnmowers who kindly donated a vintage Suffolk Punch lawnmower for me to ‘explode’ and, subsequently, to curate and exhibit as individual parts within the Redbox Gallery. I felt that there...
New blue plaques

New blue plaques

On Saturday 19th October we will be unveiling two new blue plaques. At 2.00pm we will unveil the blue plaque to Stan Barstow at his birthplace: 17 Shepstye Road, Horbury. A little later around 2.30pm we will unveil a blue plaque to bandleader Angus Holden at the Peel...
Redbox Christmas – 0800 Do You Believe?

Redbox Christmas – 0800 Do You Believe?

0800 Do You Believe –  a new work by Jenny Watson of Yorkshirearts, has now been installed at Redbox Gallery. The work, which features ceramics made with input from community groups at the Cluntergate Centre, will be in place until mid February.