Explore Perspectives, a stunning permanent gallery featuring major works in Kirklees Collections and discover inspiring temporary exhibitions and great Yorkshire craft and design displayed for sale in Gallery 6.

Wall exhibition in Huddersfield Art Gallery


Perspectives: Aspects of the Kirklees Collection

Perspectives: Aspects of the Kirklees Collection

This stunning exhibition showcases major works in the Kirklees Collection. Many paintings are recognised and loved by generations of visitors to the gallery. The display tells the stories of some of these most important and admired works.

Every visitor will find a painting they love, whether it's L S Lowry's painting of Chapel Hill that captures the life, landscape, industry and energy of 1960s Huddersfield; or the powerful Henry Moore sculpture Falling Warrior, depicting the twisted form of a soldier. The show includes a monumental John Martin painting Joshua commanding the sun to stand still upon Gibeon; a vibrant abstract work by Alan Davie and a beautiful Lucien Pissarro landscape, among many other gems.

This is the opportunity to see the very best art from Kirklees Collection, to feel inspired by it and enthused to explore more art and culture or learn new creative skills.

Perspective exhibition

"Great art and culture inspires us, brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. In short, it makes life better."
- Arts Council England.

Huddersfield Art Society

Huddersfield Art Society

Unitl 3rd November

This well-established art society presents a vibrant and varied exhibition of artworks, most are for sale.

Huddersfield Art Society
Hoot Creative Arts with Sally Jerome: Look Twice

Hoot Creative Arts with Sally Jerome: Look Twice

Unitl 3rd November

An exhibition of printing work by Hoot Creative Arts made in response to paintings, prints and sketches by the late Huddersfield artist Sally Jerome. The exhibition shows a richly layered printed piece on a long continuous roll of paper, alongside some of the pieces of Jerome's work it was inspired by, together with connected sound work also made by Hoot.

Sally Jerome
Stuart Roy Clarke: The Game

Stuart Roy Clarke: The Game

Until 5 January 2019

'The Game' reflects the changing face of the country's favourite pastime, including clubs big and small, but with a particular focus on Huddersfield Town. The large-scale photographs are all taken by Stuart Roy Clarke, an artist who has worked non-stop over 30 years producing a football portrait of the nation. Clarke has an independent eye but has been supported by all the major football bodies from the 1990s until the present season, a special time for The Terriers.

The Game
Liz K Miller: The Circular Scores

Liz K Miller: The Circular Scores

10 November to 2 February 2019

This exhibition will showcase the work of Liz K Miller, winner of the West Yorkshire Print Workshop's Flourish Award for Excellence in Printmaking in 2017. Through the visual language of mapping and notating, she explores the seductiveness of cycles and repetitive patterns to the human condition. This exhibition brings together her recent sound visualization artworks: imagery that deconstructs and re-invents musical score in order to visualize the complexity of sound within time and space.

The Circular Scores
Contemporary British Painting Prize 2018

Contemporary British Painting Prize 2018

1 December to 2 February 2019

The Contemporary British Painting Prize is an annual prize celebrating the best of contemporary painting created in the UK. The shortlisted artists will each show three paintings in the exhibition at Huddersfield Art Gallery. The winner will be announced at the gallery on 1st December. The judges are Matthew Collings (painter, critic and broadcaster), Amisha Karia (Head of Collection, Paintings in Hospitals) and Grant Scanlan (Huddersfield Museums Manager).

Perspective exhibition

Gallery 6: Yorkshire Makers

Yorkshire Makers is a unique retail space within Huddersfield Art Gallery, displaying great art, craft and design from Yorkshire Makers on an ever changing basis with all items for sale.

Displays include paintings, prints, ceramics, woodware, textiles, jewellery and glassware.

All our artists originate from or are based in Yorkshire, with many of them from around the Kirklees area - there is a lot of fabulous creative talent here!

Artists currently include:

  • Jim Robison Ceramics - (Holmfirth) Sculptural and functional ceramics from this internationally renowned USA born artist.
  • Alison Campbell Ceramics - (Marsden) Unusual polished porcelain vases and glazed domestic wares from this Canadian born ceramic artist and jeweller.
Blue and white ceramic vase
  • Zincwhite - (Huddersfield) Quirky and bold jewellery range created from recycled Derwent colour pencils and hardwoods.
  • Anne Humpleby - (Mirfield) Funky and colourful fused glass jewellery.
  • J & D Field - (Huddersfield) Stunning contemporary silver and gemstone jewellery with a difference.
  • Ami Hallgarth (Sowerby Bridge) Beautiful silver jewellery in geometric designs and organic abstract shapes, often with contrasting elements such as brass, copper, oxidised silver or gemstones.
Symetrical earings by J and D Field
Paintings and prints
  • Audrey Erbany - (Marsden) Professional Dutch artist living in Marsden, her style is 'impressionistic with a touch of expressionism'.
  • Ross Moore Art -(Holmfirth) Deliciously vibrant paintings using inks and dyes.
  • David Froggett (Cleckheaton) Watercolour still life and landscape paintings, inspired by the 'Modern Movement'
  • Pauline Meade (Marsden) Handmade prints inspired by the natural environment and local landscape.
  • Sally Darley (Holmfirth) Showing three works of art which are part of a project called Cause and Effect, a type of art homage to the Grade 2 listed Queensgate Market Hall, Huddersfield.
Paintings at Huddersfield Art Gallery
  • Julía Batley - Teazle Handmade (Golcar) Stylish range of handbags, purses, scarves, notebooks etc created from vibrant leather and Liberty print fabrics.
  • Ruth Gilbert (Marsden) Beautiful woven woollen scarves and Stuffbags, handmade in Marsden.
  • Sharne Davies (Batley) Vibrantly colourful hand felted pictures of the Yorkshire landscape using wet felting with needle felting, enhanced by hand and machine embroidery.
A scarf displayed in the huddersfield gallery
Wood Turning
  • David Longfield - Squarepeg Woodturner (Leeds) The beauty of wood through clean and classic line; beautiful bowls, boxes and turned fruits.
Woodturned fruit at Huddersfield Art Gallery
Glass at Huddersfield Art Gallery

Kevin Threlfall (Marsden) Nature photography at its best.

Photography at Huddersfield Art Gallery