Thank you all for your support during this most difficult of times.

We hope to re-open sometime in September. The new normal for the museum will initially mean fewer people (both visitors and volunteers) on site, fewer afternoons open and an appointment booking system.

Please see our news page  http://www.saddleworthmuseum.co.uk/news/ should you need more detail.

The Museum stands in a beautiful and historic location beside the Huddersfield Canal in the village of Uppermill, nestled in the hills in the middle of the area known as Saddleworth, an old Yorkshire Parish with its own identity. Uppermill is a busy, thriving village with lovely canal towpath walks, many small independent shops and plenty of places to eat & drink.

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Although this on-line exhibition has finished it will remain here until we re-open sometime during August .

Works can still be purchased from direct from the artist, [via  criblane@googlemail.com email] . A percentage of proceeds from sales will be shared between the Museum and Christie Allsorts Fundraising Group

We welcomed this opportunity of working with one of our local “partners” to promote their work. We used this website and our social media platforms to create a “virtual” preview and exhibition. Our Facebook site additionally promoted and featured one work, each day, from each artist (in alphabetical sequence).  In 3rd “Facebook interest” place we had Jane Braithwaite, 2nd  place David Ralston and in 1st place John McCombs!

LIST OF ARTISTS WHO EXHIBITED

Bates, Ted; Bowie, Janis; Braithwaite, Jane; Campbell, Helen; Clark, Andy; Crilley, Nancy; Davis, Mark; Dewsbury, Sheila; Durrans, Pamela; Etherington, Ron; Fish, Rachel; Haywood, Gillian; McCombs, John; McManus, Caroline; Pellowe, John; Radford, Jill; Ralston, David; Richmond, Terry; Robinson, David; Stringer, Steve; Thorpe, Glynis; Threlfall, Kevin; Willows, Alan

Featuring Edward Bates

“From the Manchester High School of Art to the Manchester Regional College of Art through twenty years in publishing as studio head for the Cheshire Life, Lancashire Life and Yorkshire Life magazine group to eventually in 1986 creating Artbox, my design and illustration studio and now devoting my creative energies into painting.”

Featured Work Edward Bates. “The beach at Alnmouth”. Northumberland.Oil on canvas. unframed. 40.5 x 51cms (16 x 20ins) – £700.

The beach picture at Alnmouth should have featured three dogs with the woman. As I waited for her to pass the groyne, and enter my imagined view for my painting, I took the picture and turned away. As she moved on I looked back and saw that she had three dogs. I looked down at the camera screen and saw that the third dog was on a long leash and behind the groyne, attending to what small dogs do behind a beach groyne. However, I had the image I wanted, and the woman and her three dogs had moved on.

The moment gone. Sorry dog!

These three oil paintings are in two of my favourite areas – Scotland and Northumberland.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Janis Bowie

Janis Bowie is a member and exhibits regularly with The Manchester Academy of Fine Arts. Her subject matter is usually based on themes such as local textile mill interiors as these remind her of where she once worked, in addition to scenes from her travels that made an impression on her.

Featured Work Janis Bowie Dovestone Reservoir Acrylic on 4cm deep box canvas 77cm x 51cm £350.

For this exhibition I am aptly staying closer to home with scenes from the local dramatic landscape which I have  rediscovered and realise that all too often they are taken for granted!.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Jane Braithwaite

Jane, an award-winning artist living in the Pennine village of Delph, north of Manchester, where she was born, paints figures in the context of cityscapes and horses in a variety of situations such as racing, polo and eventing. Jane is: – an elected Full Member of The Society of Equestrian Artists (SEA) – an elected member of the Manchester Academy of Fine Arts (MAFA) – a long standing member of the Saddleworth Group of Artists and acting Publicity Officer – a frequent exhibitor both locally and nationally.

Featured Work Jane Braithwaite ‘Up and Over’. Oil on canvas board. 65cm x 50cm framed. £750.

My aim is to catch that elusive fleeting moment which tells a story, without sentimentality.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Helen Campbell

“I find people fascinating and am always delighted by the beauty of our world. I love trying to represent this life in the art form and feel it is life sculpturing shapes, colours and light in oils, watercolour, charcoal, or pencil. I draw and paint because I love it, but I do remember selling my first picture and being elated that someone else liked my work and that feeling has never gone away”.

Featured Work Helen Campbell. Diggle Valley -watercolour – image size 21 in x 14 in Framed size 27 in x 21 inch £300
 

I paint or draw people and landscape in my own unique style – unrealistic but hopefully interesting.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Andy Clark 

“Born in Hitchin, Herts, I have lived in Saddleworth for over thirty years.I have been a member of the Saddleworth Group of Artists for most of that time and am a former President of the group.It is places that inspire me most and I find inspiration in the hills and skies around the Saddleworth villages. I like to work in pastels, particularly in the open air.”

Featured Work Andrew Clark Helvellyn, late winter 2020, pastel & charcoal on paper Framed H 29.5 cm W 43 cm.£150
 
 

The work called “Helvellyn, late winter 2020” was made when I was away for the weekend in the Lake District in February. The snow-capped mountain looked spectacular in the late evening sun. Little did I expect to wake the next morning to be snowed in. I suppose there are worse placed to be stuck than the Drunken Duck Inn though!

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Nancy Crilley

“I design contemporary stitched textiles using drawing, free machine embroidery, paint, and collage. My images are inspired by photographs, observations and sketches made in situ on my travels, or from memory and imagination. My work is sometimes representational and sometimes abstract, but my main drawing implement is always my sewing machine.”

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Featured Work Nancy Crilley Old Town 1 Mixed media and stitch on paper Unframed. With mount 32 cm wide x 40cm high £110
 
 

My images are inspired by photographs, observations and sketches made in situ on my travels, or from memory and imagination.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Mark Davis

“II am a self-taught artist who loves the medium of watercolour and the fluidity of the medium and the challenges to use! I love living in Saddleworth and like to paint local people doing everyday things in the area. I like to imagine what people are doing or saying in that moment captured in time. I also love colour in paintings and try to add a dash of colour whenever I can”

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Featured Work Mark Davis “Dobcross chat” £110 Watercolour on paper Frame included Width – 40cm Height – 30 cm
 
 

I like to imagine what people are doing or saying in that moment captured in time..

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Sheila Dewsbury

Sheila Dewsbury lives in Greenfield and is a member of Manchester Academy of Fine Arts. Her landscape paintings are inspired by the Saddleworth hills and the Welsh coast. She has exhibited in London at the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. Her work is in the permanent collection of Gallery Oldham.

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Featured Work Sheila Dewsbury Allotments, Delph Oil on canvas 30cm x 30cm. Unframed £250
 
 
 

My landscape paintings are inspired by the Saddleworth hills and the Welsh coast.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Pamela Durrans

Pamela’s interest in art is due to a favourite school subject being revisited during a cruising holiday in her retirement. After her introduction to watercolours, other mediums were explored by her, along with figure drawing and some landscape painting in oils. Becoming a member of the SGA has given Pamela an added incentive to improve her artwork and even greater enthusiasm for this enjoyable “favourite” subject.

Featured Work Pamela Durrans An Evening in Delph, oil on card, mounted and framed 38x30cms. £125.
 
 
 

I am an aspiring Royton artist “one day I WILL paint a Masterpiece!” – until then, I shall enjoy practising and hope you enjoy looking.

 

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Ron Etherington

These paintings were published in Painters Tubes Magazine #TAG3 supplement with the following comment. “The artist found his subject matter in the nature that surrounds him in the North of England. His work projects a calm tenderness that is extremely easy on the eye and provides opportunity for the viewer for quiet contemplation”

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Featured Work Ronald Etherington ‘Slaithwaite Canal’ £250 Oil on card – professionally framed 40 x 54 cm

I first took up painting after I retired in 2000…painting engages and challenges the body, feelings, and intellect, not a bad way to enrich one’s retirement.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Rachel Fish

“I am Rachel Fish. I have always been interested in art. To create something on a blank canvas, anything I like , I can paint it. I had mastered watercolour when i was younger, but felt l wanted to be bold, more flexible, I wanted to paint in oils. I did. Art is an Art. I love the challenge of a blank canvas!

 
Featured Work Rachel Fish Chew brook Dovestones -OIL- £225 unframed on canvas 60cm by 90cm

Art is an Art. I love the challenge of a blank canvas!

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Gillian Haywood

Gillian Haywood studied visual arts at Salford University and now likes to paint in her spare time. She uses various mediums and both paints and draws. As an artist, she like to be diverse in her approach to creating a piece of art, using different mediums and subject matters, recently she has been concentrating on land and Cityscapes.

Featured Work Gillian Haywood Charcoal drawing of Central Library, framed is 42cm by 62cm, £500

For this exhibition, I have chosen a recent study of Dovestones, in oils and a detailed drawing of Central Library in Manchester city centre, in charcoal.  Both of these places, mean a lot to me and both have a beauty, that deserve to be celebrated.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring John McCombs

Originally from Manchester, John McCombs studied painting at St Martin’s School of Art in London before moving back up north to work as a professional artist. Besides exhibiting paintings regularly in London, John has a gallery in Delph where there is a changing exhibition showing “Paintings of Delph, the People and the Place “

Featured Work John McCombs Delph Bridge, Summer Oil on board 46cm x 51cm including frame £950
 

Although I would describe myself as a landscape and figure painter whose subject matter is essentially the Pennine landscape centred around Delph in Saddleworth, I also like painting subjects showing the social and working life of the village.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Caroline McManus

“This is my series of work that focuses on water I love the reflections and colour changes. Having to spend hours each week by the side of the swimming pool and Leon Kossoff swimming pool art gave me the idea to create oil pastel drawings of the Oldham Aquatic and Orca swim team training sessions.
This new work closely relates to my plein-air painting and my continual sketchbook work of observational drawings of people that I create when out and about. Depicting these athletes has been a challenge due to the speed on which they move through the water. However, this allows me to apply colour and mark making energetically and teaches me to work fast, focusing the eye on tone and shape. This way of working lends itself to a more abstract way of working, I enjoy the freshness and sense of immediacy this brings.”

Featured Work Caroline McManus Swim Team Oil on board. £150 unframed 36cm x 37cm

This new work closely relates to my plein-air painting and my continual sketchbook work of observational drawings of people that I create when out and about,

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring John Pellowe

“Since retiring from the ongoing activities of running my own business, a little more time can be devoted to painting. Whilst always enjoying sketching, painting classes at John McCombs of Delph I have attended over the years, improvement has been achieved. John has turned some serious artists out over the years in Saddleworth. Local scenes, news photographs, my own photography etc., I enjoy mostly painting marine paintings. Originally the family came from Falmouth: I adore sea swimming throughout the year. My other love is Dartmouth. Recently along with another painter in the group we sailed a Hunter 24.5 yacht down the south coast reaching the top of the major rivers, the Dart Tamer, Carrick roads Falmouth, and to Greek at the top head of the Helford painting and sketching daily.”

Featured Work:-John Pellowe Brittany Ferry leaving Plymouth Sound, oil on board, unframed, 30cm x 22cm, £120

Oils are my favourite media, but recently experimenting with mixed media.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Jill Y Radford

“I did not go to art school in the traditional sense but as my father was the artist Gordon Radford, I would feel a little dishonest if I described myself as self-taught! I grew up in a home full of original paintings and treasured art books – with Dad painting in his studio, (the front room,) and trips with Mum to the Manchester galleries, (with one of Dad’s paintings tucked under her arm,) perfectly normal. This, combined with a lifelong love of the outdoors and a more recent life-changing injury, means that art has grown to become an essential part of my existence – with drawing and painting from life or en plein-air a passion”

Featured Work Jill y. Radford Title: “Washing on the Line” Price/donation: £100 Medium: Watercolour on Paper Size 27.7cm x 21 cm, unframed work​
 

All the paintings submitted for this exhibition were painted from life, in the garden-during lockdown…

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring David Ralston

What keeps you grounded when everything changes? In a series entitled Faith, Work and Nature local artist, David Ralston, explores the anchors you use when familiar parameters shift. Like many of us isolating he finds inspiration in the world immediately around him. He uses ink and bleach to both scar and caress the paper with dramatic, haunting, and ultimately moving effect.

Featured Work David Ralston The Church of Oldham £125 Ink and bleach on paper Unframed W 42cm H 30cm

I enjoy the challenge of drawing direct from life and experimenting with different approaches to painting.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Terry Richmond

“I draw a lot, take photographs, and paint in a variety of media.
Trees, which I love, seem to pop up in most of my pictures, sometimes before I have realised it! Subject material may change – people, animals, houses, and favourite places, but you will usually find some greenery in there somewhere……”

Featured Work Terry Richmond Dovestone £220 Gouache, cartridge paper, framed height 36 x width 41 cm
 

My subject material may change – people, animals, houses, and favourite places, but you will usually find some greenery in there somewhere…..

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring David Robinson

“Since leaving art collage I have spent the last 40 years as a graphic designer Typographer working in design studios and advertising, Now retired and having more time I am enjoying producing my own works I work in soft pastels, designer gouache, charcoal, graphite, gresso I work on Tim Fisher the process is smudging, flicking, overlaying paint/pastel, socking the paper, rubbing.
My creativity is inspired by the sky, landscape, distant horizons, trees, and wind/rain in the landscape working from memories, sketches, and photos. A few of the painters that influence my work are Sarah Bee and Janine Baldwin.”

Featured Work David Robinson Arnside (water colour, soft pastels) Frame and picture £200
Size 31 x 59 cm 

If you have enjoyed viewing the paintings email me and give marks out of 10 at daverjrobinson@gmail.com.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Steve Stringer

“I am a retired Civil Servant and ex Royal Engineer who started painting 1996 after a short break in work. I then joined a Painting from Life class run by John McCombs in 2002 and still go to these classes. I usually paint in Oils though I may use an acrylic grounding.”

Featured Work Steve Stringer Sunlight & Shadows, Uppermill. (Unframed) Oil on Canvas.76 x 76cm. £250

I am interested in mark making and am keen to show brush marks in my landscapes and figurative/abstract works.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Glynis Thorpe

Glynis was born in Oldham and now lives in Saddleworth with her husband and 2 sons. She works part time as a physiotherapist and paints in her spare time.She attended the Norfolk School of Painting and completed a yearlong diploma course in 2018. Her work is inspired by the Saddleworth moors, Morecambe bay, Cumbria and the Hebridean islands of Scotland – the wilder the better! Her paintings are interpretations of the landscape and are based on an emotional response to the beauty of wild places.

Featured Work Glynis Thorpe Contemplation, oil on board, framed, 720 x 520. £180
 

My paintings are interpretations of the landscape and are based on an emotional response to the beauty of wild places..

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Kevin Threlfall

“Growing up in Saddleworth I developed a love of the countryside and nature from an early age. Walking the Moors with my dad I became fascinated with the landscape, from rugged hills to babbling brooks, contorted trees and deep undergrowth to windswept moorlands. Now a professional artist, I explore colour and texture in atmospheric paintings that capture the beauty and mystery of the local landscape. I paint from my studio in Marsden where I’m currently working towards an exhibition later this year with the National Trust, as part of their 125th anniversary celebrations.”

Featured Work Kevin Threlfall Fire Over Moors £250 Oil painting on canvas board with bespoke dark grey scoop frame. 35 x 45cm
 

I explore colour and texture in atmospheric paintings that capture the beauty and mystery of the local landscape.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

Featuring Alan Willows

“I dabbled with watercolour for many years, without much headway, through frustration I decided to take this challenge further, and have since enjoyed much time and dedication gaining skills and inspiration from books, DVD’s, other artist plus any other options available. Watercolour is challenging, beguiling, satisfying, and at times, truly frustrating. I do not think it possible to master every aspect of this magical medium for it has too many variables.
My subject matter varies though I always strive to keep my paintings interesting and atmospheric. I have always been drawn to the outdoor life and the fabulous natural history it has to offer, consequently my obvious choice of painting is landscape, though not exclusively! I also like the challenge of painting the odd and quirky things in life that amuse and inspire me.”

Featured Work Alan Willows Lane on the Pennines Water colour on cotton rag paper, 21 x 29.8 cm £150
 

Watercolour takes up most of my day, if I am not painting I am looking for something to paint.

The museum does not have the art work and cannot handle sales on this occasion. If you have any questions or are interested in purchasing any of the works of art in the gallery below, or on website http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/, please contact the SGA Secretary Helen Campbell on email criblane@googlemail.com

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From Saturday 15th August to Sunday 13th September > Joint Art “Exhibition” > by Robert Lees and one other TBA

Joint Art “Exhibition” by Robert Lees and one other in the community gallery, admission free.

Awaiting images.

Website/Facebook Link > links

Our gallery is fully booked for 2020 and our website schedule of exhibitions and artists is currently under construction.

We only have this link at the moment > http://robertlees.net/

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From Saturday 19th September to Sunday 18th October > Art “Exhibition” > by Philip Westcott TBA

Art “Exhibition” by Philip Westcott in the community gallery, admission free.

Awaiting images.

Website/Facebook Link > links

Our gallery is fully booked for 2020 and our website schedule of exhibitions and artists is currently under construction.

We only have this link at the moment > http://www.philipwestcott.co.uk/

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From Saturday 24th October to Sunday 24th November > Art “Exhibition” > by Steve Bentley TBA

Art “Exhibition” by Steve Bentley in the community gallery, admission free.

Awaiting images.

Website/Facebook Link > links

Our gallery is fully booked for 2020 and our website schedule of exhibitions and artists is currently under construction.

We only have this link at the moment > https://www.stevebentleyart.co.uk/

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From Saturday 28th November to Saturday 17th January 2021 > Joint Art “Exhibition” > by the Saddleworth Group of Artists TBA

Joint Art “Exhibition” by the Saddleworth Group of Artists in the community gallery, admission free.

Awaiting images.

Website/Facebook Link > links

Our gallery is already heavily booked for 2021 but please contact the curator if you would like to stage an exhibition.

We only have this link at the moment > http://www.saddleworthartists.co.uk/

SOME OF THE OTHER EXHIBITIONS WE HAVE HELD IN THE PAST 18 MONTHS
From Saturday 18th January to Sunday 16th February 2020 > Art “Exhibition” > by Steve Stringer & Dave Oag.
23rd November 2019 to 1th January 2020 > “Winter Exhibition” > by Saddleworth Group of Artists
 
19th October to 17th November > “The Locals Exhibition” > by a group of local artists. Included secret auction in aid of Saddleworth Church
14th September to 13th October > “Exhibition” > by Springhead Art Group
10th August to 8th September > “Painting from Observation” > by Alan James Thompson
6th July to 4th August  > “Reflections” > by Sheila Meeks
1st June to 29th June > “Summer Exhibition” > Saddleworth Group of Artists
27th April to 26th May  > “A Moment in Time” > by Joyce Vick
23rd March to 21st April > “Joint Exhibition” > by the “Group of Fourteen”. 14 local artists.
16th February to 17th March > “A Colourful Dance with Nature” > by Susan Aggarwal and Richard Clare.
12th January to 10th February > “LIGHTROOM DARKROOM” > by Jude Gidney and Jeni Harney
1st December 2018 to 5th January 2019 > “Winter Exhibition” > by Saddleworth Group of Artists
27th October to 25th November > “East, West and a bit of the Rest” > by Textile Art Group
22nd September to 21st October > a joint exhibition > by Steve Capper & Peter Stanaway
18th August 2018 to 16th September  2018> “Comrades in Art” > Kevin Haynes, Robert Lees & Cliff Murphy