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Deborah Grice - Saul Hay Emerging Artist Award

Deborah is a British landscape painter and printmaker. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art and The Royal College of Art, London.

Deborah paints raw land, emptiness and weather. Her paintings are metaphysical in nature representing vastness and 'otherness'. At present she draws much of her inspiration from the Humber Estuary.

Work on show and for sale

The winner of the Saul Hay Emerging Artist Award for the New Light Art Prize 2017.

"Having recently moved from East Yorkshire to North Lincolnshire, I have made countless journeys over the Humber Bridge. The dynamic beauty of the Humber Estuary has influenced by work significantly over the last two years as seen in the painting Coastal Moonlight II."

Deborah Grice
'Coastal Moonlight II' 
Oil on Canvas

The Bowes Museum is looking forward to welcoming you on the 17 May

Staff have been busy behind the Museum’s closed doors getting everything ready to welcome visitors back safely.

Café Bowes has undergone a refurbishment and has a new menu waiting to be sampled, the Museum has been deep cleaned, new signage is in place reminding you to adhere to social distancing, hand sanitisation stations have been refilled, the shop has been restocked and staff are being trained ready to greet you back in a safe and timely manner.

North Country Quilts: In Celebration of New Acquisitions is now hanging in the main exhibition gallery ready to wow visitors through to January 2022 and, due to social distancing measures, entry to the display will be by a separate timed exhibition entrance ticket that needs to be booked, at no extra cost, before visiting. Song has also been reinstated in the Music Room so people can enjoy the sound of the instruments. A varied programme of activity is being planned throughout May and June which we hope you will participate in.

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