LATEST NEWS!

The new Gallery of artists Liz and Dave Marsh is now open and is in the lovely village of Topcliffe, near Thirsk in North Yorkshire. The Gallery is part of their home and so they now live and work in the same place. A long time ago, the building was the village post office and still has the original shop window.

Icing sugar landscape

The Elm Gallery displays Liz and Dave's original paintings and a wide range of prints and cards, as well as handmade gifts by other craftspeople.


The Elm Gallery at Topcliffe

GALLERY OPENING TIMES

Monday & Tuesday : CLOSED
Wed - Sat : 10am - 5:30pm
Sunday: 12 noon to 5:30pm

NB the Gallery will be closed on Saturday 28th May, but will be open on Bank Holiday Monday 30th May : 10am - 5:30pm

We can also open at other times by prior arrangement.

Front gallery

The Gallery address is :

The Elm Gallery
The Old Post House
Front Street
Topcliffe
North Yorkshire
YO7 3RJ

Telephone:01845 577316
Mobile: 07709 223920


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On this website you can see the full range of Liz and Dave's art and buy cards, prints and gifts from their original paintings. Liz and Dave also have individual websites where you can see their latest work and find out which of their paintings are still available to purchase. Please click on Liz Marsh (formerly Liz Clarke) or Dave Marsh

Morning has broken
Nearly home

In addition to The Elm Gallery at Topcliffe, Liz and Dave are regular exhibitors with Made in Yorkshire at venues including York and Harrogate. At these events, Liz and Dave sell a selection of cards, prints and gifts alongside other artists and skilled craftspeople.

To see details of all the events that Liz and Dave are attending, please see Shows & Events

Many of the items sold at the Gallery and at Shows can be bought online, but if you can't see what you want, please get in touch either by email or by telephone - 01845 577316 or 07709 223920.

Water irises
Street corner, Lucca


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