Here are the details for the next Diverse Threads exhibition which is to take place at the
The exhibition runs from Friday 31st August to Monday 24th September. Entry is free
Opening times are 9.30am to 5.30pm, daily (September is10am to 5pm, daily)
Meet the Artists on Saturday 1st September 2pm - 4pm
Demonstrations on the 9th and 16th September between 12 noon and 3pm
Printmaker Rebecca Vincent, local woodworker David Hannah and artist Mark Sofilas will also be exhibiting.
There is loads of fun and interesting things to do both inside and out at the Moors National Park Centre. This is an historic visitor centre, set in an idyllic spot on the banks of the River Esk, near Danby. From the doorstep you can see pretty much everything that makes the North Yorks Moors National Park so special: moorland, woodland, farmland, flora and fauna, miles of hedges and dry-stone walls, historic buildings - Diverse Threads will address these elements in an individual way to produce a riot of colours and texture in pieces which have not been previously exhibited. Well worth a visit!
Further information on the Moors Centre can be found on
Diverse in name, and very much diverse in their nature - here are preview images of some of our work to tempt you to come along and view the exhibition ...
|Section of a moorland piece by Gwen Turner|
|Weaving across the seasons by Cathy Needham|
|A 'work in progress' snapshot of Runswick Bay by Gina Smith|
|A freestyle thread painting by Jane Hare|
|A section of a much larger piece by Carol Coleman|
|Gwen Turner's Autumnal work|
|A section of a larger piece based on Seagulls by Sue Giles|
|Moorland Moods by Linda Crooks|
|Curlew by Sarah Jackson|