Buttermere Beck is an original oil painting on panel by William H Jones. Painted on a visit to the Lake District in the pre- lockdown era, it inevitably depicts the isolation we all seek when we visit there. It hangs on the gallery wall and is now available here under the heading Oil Paintings by William H Jones
The gallery has now re-opened after a short break.
The Milnthorpe Art Exhibition closed on Sunday and was a big success for artist William H Jones. He was a ‘featured’ artist and sold all but one of his entries to the show. The Westmorland Gazette covered the story and here is a link to their item. .https://www.thewestmorlandgazette.co.uk/leisure/whats_on/17800499.one-region-39-s-biggest-popular-exhibitions-ready-open-doors/
William H Jones will be having an exhibition of his latest paintings this Easter at Low Sizergh Barn on the edge of the Lake District. The exhibition will open on Saturday the 13th of April and run for six weeks until Saturday the 25th of May. It will feature new original oil paintings, many of which will be subjects local to the area of the south lakes and beyond.
Low Sizergh Barn is 4 miles from Junction 36 on the M6. Follow the A590 towards Kendal, take the exit signposted Barrow-in-Furness and follow the brown signs for Sizergh Castle, then Low Sizergh Barn.
From the Lake District it is 3½ miles south of Kendal on the A591 just before the A591/A590 interchange.
Low Sizergh Barn is open every day from 9.00am until 5.00pm.
Every afternoon around 3.30pm the farm’s cows come in to be milked and the café windows provide a bird’s eye view of the whole event until