After a really successful exhibition in 2019, we have now opened the booking for 2021 at this historic Yorkshire art venue, one of our favourite exhibitions.

Date to be re-confirmed due to Covid-19 outbreak.

The event information is now being updated, we ask for your help and patience whist we reorganise the exhibition.

Artists who have paid by deposit will be contacted when a new date is fixed, thank you for your help at this unprecedented world event.

During the Harrogate exhibition 

At the venue we will be offering refreshments and cakes to the public for the exhibitions duration? We will also have live music for the preview evening along with the usual refreshments.

On the Saturday and Sunday we will have live art demonstrations to entice the public. We will also be working closely with local business's and organisations to ensure a good footfall throughout the event.

A very big thank you to all of this years artists, who made the event such a pleasure, and to the visitors and people of Yorkshire from whom we had many positive messages of support.


Finally thanks to the BBC's Radio York for wanting to include the exhibition in their 'Finders Keepers' broadcast.

Why Wesley Chapel?

British Art Exhibitions chose the Wesley Chapel due to its rich heritage, an incredible exhibition space with great light. Yorkshire is a rich ground for artists and art lovers our fabulous location right in centre of this historical town just a stone's throw from the renowned 'Bettys Café Tea Rooms'. The Wesley Chapel a prestigious venue, fantastic for new and emerging artists, professional artists, art lovers and collectors.


The building, a large Neo-Classical chapel, which was designed and built by Lockwood & Mawson in 1862 for a prosperous Victorian Methodist community. It is now a Grade II listed church building and a dominant landmark in the town. 


Harrogate is a town in North Yorkshire, England, east of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Its heritage as a fashionable spa resort continues in the Montpellier Quarter with the Royal Pump Room Museum, documenting the importance of local mineral springs. Nearby is the restored, Moorish-style Turkish Baths & Health Spa. To the west, leafy Valley Gardens features the art deco Sun Pavilion.

About The Wesley Chapel/Centre

With its central Harrogate location, The Wesley Centre is being developed as a place that's open to town centre communities every day of the week and is recognised as a friendly place of welcome, acceptance, support and refreshment. The Wesley Centre is part of Harrogate life and a space for people to meet and connect.

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