Michelle’s latest work is oils on large canvases. Using small brushstrokes to build up layers of colour, the variation of colour and tone achieved creates an abstract and ethereal quality.
Exhibiting in 2021
Michelle moved to York to study art. Here she developed a lasting interest in art history, archaeology and architecture. Her artwork took a backseat when she retrained as a teacher, but she continued to pass on her love for art through children's workshops. When the opportunity for a temporary studio arose, Michelle was able to rekindle her love for art and experimentation with different techniques. She now has a permanent studio and exhibits her work.
This is the first year that Michelle Galloway has exhibited at York Open Studiosmichellegalloway.weebly.com/
The Pottery Studio, Arnup Studios,
Arnup Studios are at the top of the village, just off the main street (first right if approaching from the A166, or last left if approaching from Stockton on the Forest/Warthill direction). The studios are on the right as you enter Panman Lane. Please park in the village. There is limited on-site parking for visitors with mobility difficulties.
The number 10 bus stops two minutes walk away on the A166.
There are steps up into the Gallery, Pottery and Kiln Studios and further steps inside. Sally’s studio has level access and the Wax Studio has a small step up. The Annexe is accessed over grass and has some steps.