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Leeds Fine Arts Group exhibition

Poppies by Pat Willard.

4 October 2012 - 30 December 2012, 10:00am - 5:00pm

An exhibition of work by leading local artists.


Work by leading local artists including Pat Willard, Catherine Warburton and Miriam Laville.

Miriam Laville - Miriam has a B.A. Hons Degree in Graphic Arts and Design from Leeds Metropolitan University where she graduated in 1994. She is an artist practitioner and facilitates many art workshops from her studio and around the Leeds and Yorkshire area. She has worked for Leeds City Council, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Aberford Interiors Gallery, Artforms, Artlink, and many primary schools in the Leeds and Bradford area. She is a member of the Leeds Fine Artists and The Art House in Wakefield.

For more information, images and contact details please visit www.miriam-laville.co.uk

Pat Willard, silk painter - Pat, a self-taught silk painter, has been exhibiting and selling her work for 30 years.  A member of the Leeds Fine Art Group and The Guild of Silk Painters, she has taught in prisons, galleries, schools, at the Royal Horticultural Society at Harlow Carr and at the Leeds Playhouse.  Pat has been strongly influenced by a visit to Japan, following which she was asked to design a collection of plates for Royal Doulton. The licence to produce her work has been sold to many companies for greetings cards and decorative products.

Catherine Warburton - Catherine began her artistic career back in 1981 when she was at Manchester Polytechnic doing a foundation course in art. This was followed by a BA (Hons) degree in fashion textiles specialising in embroidery. She exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and from this came an introduction to a London gallery, which led to several shows, shared and solo. Catherine has exhibited in many galleries up and down the country. She now lives and works in Leeds and is a member of Leeds Fine Artists.

Image - Poppies by Pat Willard.


Price:   Free, but usual admission applies.

Contact details:   Please contact Lotherton Hall direct if you have any queries.

Additional information:  


Lotherton Hall 

Off Collier Lane
LS25 3EB

t.   0113 378 2959


Explore a fine Edwardian country home with extensive grounds, red deer park, bird garden, nature trails, historic stables and carriage houses, gardens, walks and two children's play areas.


Adventure playground
Play area
Baby change
Education facilities
Picnic area
Walks and trails


For information about disabled access, baby changing facilities and dog access please look for the link under 'related pages' or visit http://www.leeds.gov.uk/museumsandgalleries/Pages/lothertonhall/Access-at-Lotherton-Hall.aspx
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Public transport  

Finding your way to Lotherton Hall. By bus: Bus numbers 64 and 64A go to Aberford from Leeds City Centre. There is then an approximate 20-30 minute walk. By train: The nearest train station is Garforth, located 4 miles away. By car: Lotherton Hall is situated off Collier Lane which is just off junction 47 of the M1. If you are using a route planner, our postcode is LS25 3EB. Please contact Metroline for up-to-date travel information on (0113) 245 7676.


Entrance prices include admission to the hall and estate and parking charges are included in your visit. There is plenty of parking available.

Pay and display parking alone is available during off peak hours only. Off peak hours are until 10.00am and after 3.15pm in the winter and 4.15pm in the summer.

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