While some of the art works on this page may already have been sold, they give an idea of the style of work the current artists at Neil's Gallery produce.   


Ian Mitchell - Limited Edition Line-art Prints

Living on the Yorkshire Wolds near Filey, Ian produces stylish line-art of the Yorkshire Coast and Wolds. Ian creates an abstracted minimalist landscape through reduction and subtraction, which is still true to the original scene.   copyright of Ian Mitchell

We usually keep in stock Ian's limited edition prints of Filey of which there are different scenes -'Looking South from the Brigg',  'Filey Breakwater', 'Filey Seafront' ,  and 'Looking Towards the Brigg'.   We often stock some of Ian's other Yorkshire Coast prints including panoramics - please ask to see them - including the Filey Panoramic.





Dreya Bennett - Glass Art

Glass is surely the best material to portray the sea, and Dreya's work does that beautifully.  Larger size waves are available to order from us.


 Lindsey Tyson - Original textile art 

Scarborough artist Lindsey Tyson combines many and varied textile/art processes and techniques to produce fine textile 'paintings' with wool, silks and print.   


Barbara Karn - Seagull prints

 Barbara's humorous seagull prints make you chuckle as you recognise yourself and your friends/family in their actions / words.    


Stef Mitchell - Monoprints

We're delighted to show Monoprints by Print-maker Stef Mitchell this year.  Ferns, feathers, wild flowers and grasses feature in her current work, and have as their inspiration, her recent residency at Scampston Hall Gardens.


Belinda Hazlerigg

Belinda is a professional artist living and working on the Yorkshire Wolds not far from Filey.  Her work is created in the field in response to the subject, frequently the landscape of the Yorkshire Wolds around Huggate, and the dramatic coastline nearby.  Marks are made quickly and expressively using a range of media to capture changing weather, light and atmosphere.  Recent work has been predominently in acrylics, oils, pastel and charcoal.