The Fylingdales Group of Artists








The Fylingdales Group of Artists  1986 - 1995

Membership of 22 artists.

Fraser Hector

Born 13th May 1919       Died April 13th 2013



























Art has been my 'other interest' after agriculture. Apart from a period in the 1950's when photography dominated, I have always painted, sought out good artist tutors and learned from them. A Foundation Course and an 'A' level in Art along with sculpting have broadened my knowledge. I have taught painting in Further Education, demonstrated to many art societies and been honoured to judge and appraise their work at exhibitions and meetings. My work is in pastels, acrylics, gouache and oils and I have had five one-man exhibitions, two combined exhibitions and show widely at open exhibitions including the Pastel Society at the Mall Gallery in London where in 2006 I received the Frank Herring award and have pictures in municipal ownership and in private collections throughout the World. President of Driffield Art Club, and a member of Hornsea Art Society.  ( Taken from The Fylingdales Group of Artists 2012 Catalogue















Irving B.

Resigned. 1987

 

1987

Price Jackie  Member since 1987 Resigned 2010












Having lived in the Whitby area since childhood, Jackie now lives in an old school house in the countryside on the outskirts of the town. Trained at Bradford College of Art , Jackie works in pastel, watercolour and oil, she paints a variety of subjects, but has a particular affinity with flora and the countryside. A member of the Grape Lane gallery in Whitby where she exhibits, Jackie is also curator of the Pannett Gallery in the town, a public gallery housing an important collection of 19th century paintings.

Exhibitions include: A solo exhibition at the Pannett Gallery, Whitby. The Ferens Open Exhibition, Hull. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution Exhibition, Whitby. Numerous other open exhibitions in the North of England.



1991

Biglands David  









Resigned 2003, moved to Spain.    

David Biglands was born in Thirsk and studied at Middlesbrough College of Art where he gained an N.D.D. After working in various studios in London as a commercial illustrator in the 1960's he returned to the North East where he gained recognition in the 1970's for paintings of local scenes, especially Whitby and the surrounding areas. In the following years he has developed different styles of work in a wide range of subjects, especially in marine work and paintings of lifeboats for special commissions for the R.N.L.I. For a number of years he has spent time in Spain and the Balearic Islands and many other Mediterranean countries gathering material where he has exhibited works that are now in private collections in Europe and further afield.


1992

Carter Barry

Resigned 2007.

Member from 1992  Resigned 2007




















Born Nottingham 1940 Moved to East Yorkshire in the mid 1960's Attended York Art School part time from 1967 - 1980  Full time painter 1992.

Solo Shows             Stonegate Gallery York 1990, 1992, 1996. Scarborough Art Gallery 1991. Yorkshire Television  Centre, Leeds 1998.

Group Shows  'Staithes Now 1990 Byard Gallery, Nottingham 1994.

Mixed Shows. Middlesbrough Open Exhibitions. Ferens Winter Exhibitions. R.O.I. Lincolnshire Artists Annual Exhibitions. Laing Painting Competitions at Harrogate, Halifax and London


1995

Davies Heather

No exhibits for 2 years

Expelled in 1997 for non payment of  subscriptions.

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