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"REFINED" exhibtion opens at Lancaster's Gallery 23

John Freeman

Eleanor Bennett - a local freelance Artist, Musician and Arts and Health Practitioner  –  is one of sveral Lancashire artists currently exhibiting at Gallery 23 in Lancaster's Brock Street.

"REFINED" at Arteria Ltd with Gallery 23 is a new exhibition for a new year, celebrating the concept of beauty in simplicity, showcasing selected works from the Arts and Craft Guild of Lancashire alongside other independent local and national artists.

It is often what you choose to leave out that creates impact. In creating a piece of art or craft the process of selectivity and refinement can achieve understated elegance and the creation of a focused statement.

Time invested in honing ones skills as an artist and maker allows you to make those informed decisions, based on experience and a true knowledge of your craft. The latest exhibition at Brock Street epitomizes the practice of “less is more.”

“We have built up a great relationship with the Art & Craft Guild over the years," explains Jane Richardson, Owner and Managing Director of Arteria with Gallery 23, and we have also found other artists new to the gallery for this show. 

"We are excited about “REFINED” as it gives us further opportunity to support North West and UK designers and art makers. We believe it will be a breath of fresh air as we move forward into a new year.”

“REFINED” runs until 26th April 2014, with a preview on Saturday 25th January from 4pm-7pm. More information will announce on, the gallery's facebook page and twitter