Bridlington art – paintings and prints

My current, and growing, collection of Bridlington art inspired by this lovely East Yorkshire seaside town.

Exhibition: 2nd-15th May 2019 – Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens (Nr Bridlington), in the Courtyard Gallery

Free parking and entry to the courtyard where the gallery (plus shop and cafe) is. Open 11am-5pm. All art will be available to buy. Entry to the hall and gardens will require purchase of a ticket from the entrance to the grounds opposite the gallery.

Please note my linocuts are always available from Gallery 49 in the Old Town, Bridlington, too (see below)

My art is available from a fine art gallery in the Old Town in Bridlington, called Gallery 49 (See what they have in-stock)

Inspiration for Bridlington Art

A visit to Bridlington, on the East Coast, UK, always sets me buzzing with art to make.

Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens, Flamborough Head, Danes Dyke and Bempton Cliffs are all near-by, plus two beaches of very different character. South Beach is a long sweeping sandy idyll, while North Beach is a combination of sand and pebbles next to the cliffs which become Flamborough Head. More than enough to inspire endless paintings and prints so these are just the start.

I spend quite a lot of time at Bridlington in East Yorkshire, enjoying a light lunch at The Spa (South Bay), or new leisure centre (North Bay), after a morning/afternoon sketching, or planning oil paintings and linocuts near-by in, or overlooking, the coves on Flamborough Head. That or wandering down the sun-dappled Danes Dyke path to the sea, beach and rock pools, where looking back toward the seaside town reveals a glittering vista on a Summers day – altogether it's one of my (many) favourite places in Yorkshire.

The light over Bridlington is usually rewarding for an artist/painter and I long to do a series of beach paintings capturing it. Only so many hours unfortunately!