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Heaton Cooper Studio

In the heart of the Lake District is a studio which belongs to a family of artists. This business which has been passed down for generations began in 1905 as established by Alfred Heaton Cooper. The current Heaton Cooper Studio which can be found in Grasmere was built by William Heaton Cooper, Alfred’s son. The

Gallery H

Those with a love for fine art are sure to enjoy a trip to The Promenade on Arnside. Next to the Lakeside estuary of the area, surrounded by the Lakeside hills sits a building which used to be the old Lancaster bank. Today, this Victorian structure houses a stylish museum known as Gallery H. Here

Abbot Hall Art Gallery – Kendal

In 1759 by Colonel George Wilson, this Grade I listed villa in Kendal, England was built on the first Abbot Hall site. It was originally used as a residence by the Abbot or his representatives when visiting from the St, Mary’s York mother church. After the monasteries were dissolved the estate did not have much

Upfront Art Gallery and Coffee Shop

The Lakes and Cumbria offer a lot of attractions for art enthusiasts and tourists. However for those looking for something different the Upfront Gallery and Coffee Shop is just the place to visit. This modern day art is located on what used to be the Unthank Farm. The property was bought with intentions of making

Farfield Mill Art and Heritage Centre


                            Between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales and sitting beneath the beautiful Howgill Fells is Farfield Mill Arts and Heritage Centre, a restored Victorian woolen mill that ceased production in 1992 and now houses an amazing, eclectic mix of high quality art

Blackwell Arts & Crafts House

Built in the 20th Century, Blackwell Arts & Crafts House is one of England’s most significant existing structures from the time. Designed by M H Ballie Scott from 1897 to 1900, this home is an excellent example of its type of architecture. Most of the decorative aspects of the home have been kept intact and