A look at the character of the North - romantic and industrial - through some of its special places.
Accompanied by a specially written book.
16th February - 6th May 2019
Cannon Hall, Barnsley
29th July - 9th September
See the pictures HERE
A favourite subject of the artist. Fountains Abbey is a magnificent ruin set in a wooded valley and part of the Studley Royal estate, famous for its water gardens and follies. The paintings explore the character of the abbey and surrounding landscape.
The Abbey Mill, Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire
1st June - 14th August
Places of Pilgrimage is the book of Ian Scott Massie's exhibition of paintings and prints which toured England in 2015 to 2017.
The images and stories look at special places where people go for all sorts of reasons: musical, cinematic, spiritual, historical, legendary or literary. The places range from the standing stones of Men An Tol in Cornwall to the granite city of Aberdeen in Scotland.
Ian Scott Massie spent two years travelling Britain portraying and writing places as diverse as Dylan Thomas’ boathouse (where he wrote Under Milk Wood), King Arthur’s castle at Tintagel and Greyfriars Bobby’s grave in Edinburgh. The result is a series of seventy paintings and screen prints which capture the atmosphere and personality of these places.
Places of Pilgrimage is published by SPCK.
For a signed copy:
£12.99 + £3 P&P from Masham Gallery.