Minster’s Grand Art Show and Auction

Minster art

Over 15 of the region’s most talented artists display personal works inspired by York Minster. The artists include Jake Attree, whose work has been exhibited in London, New York and Germany. The auction starts on the 27 May and culminates in an auction on the 7 June, purchase your ticket for the auction by clicking on Book Now!

The exhibition brings together a range of artists, both professional and amateur, and from a wide variety of backgrounds, including worshippers and staff from the Minster itself. They are united by a sense of a connection with the Minster and its surroundings and by their wish to support the York Minster Fund in its work.

The Fund was established in 1967 in order to save the central tower from collapse, and has continued since then to raise money for the essential and ongoing need for restoration and preservation of this ancient building.

On the evening of 7 June at 7.30pm, the paintings will be auctioned in the North Transept to raise money for the conservation and restoration of York Minster.

Exhibition included in your admission ticket. Auction 7 June 7.30pm, £5 Book now

Water colour pictures in frames for sale. £10 each

A. watercolour of country scene – bridge over river. Undated and unsigned but probably done in the 1920’s. 12″ by 14″

watercolour of country scene - bridge over river. Click image to enlarge

B. watercolour by Diana Bromley of village scene 13″ by 17″

watercolour by Diana Bromley of village scene click image to enlarge

C. watercolour -” Morning Frost” signed CAW 1981 15″ by 17″

Morning Frost click image to enlarge

Tel Sue on York(01904) 794111. Buyer to collect from Acomb