The Harrison Lord Gallery of Brighouse, near Leeds, West Yorkshire is an Art Gallery specialising in Original Art and Crafts and in addition offers a Picture Framing Service. The art gallery is accessible from Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Huddersfield, Wakefield & throughout Yorkshire.
The Harrison Lord Art Gallery in Brighouse, has developed into one of the best art galleries in Yorkshire for seeing and buying contemporary original artwork and crafts. Always friendly and inviting, we aim to show the finest contemporary art in an easy going style without the pretensions of some galleries. We love the work we display and hope that soon you will too!
Our art exhibitions display the finest art paintings from the best artists and make it accessible to all at affordable prices. See here for details of our interest free credit scheme to make buying the art you always wanted even easier.
Crafts and art on show include original paintings, art prints, landscape art, ceramics, jewellery, glass and textiles. With such an array on offer, hand-made by the cream of British talent, there‘s something to appeal to everyone’s taste and we are friendly and approachable. We always showcase a wonderful display of smaller pieces which make ideal gifts.
The gallery has a very warm and inviting atmosphere and houses an ever-changing exhibition of paintings, print makers, sculptures, glass and ceramics by local, national and international artists.
New Exhibition - “Journeys”
The first of our new Autumn season’s exhibitions opens on Saturday 17th September
Whether documenting a journey from A to B; exploring and responding to places; or using historical or personal journeys in order to better understand identity – who we are and where we come from:
these are the journeys and inspirations that bind together the works in our new exhibition.
It features a mix of work by some popular favourites such as Clare Haley, Stephen Todd, Rashna Hackett, Roger Simpson and Wendy Jones and some artists new to the gallery including Fiona Walker, Rosalind Annis, Pauline Meade, Sam Mortimer and Sara Stabb.
It all adds up to a exciting exhibition where the expected is alongside the unexpected!
Not to be missed, it opens at 9.30am on 17th September