Rollits Gives Artist John Creighton the Space to Showcase his work

Rollits is supporting culture and the arts for the second year running by hosting a four-month exhibition at its Rowntree Wharf offices by artist John Creighton.

The exhibition will open in York on12th November 2014 and run until March 2015.

John Lane, Partner at Rollits said: "At Rollits we actively seek to support culture and the arts and following on from the success of Nichole Dean's debut exhibition at our offices last year, we are making a large area of our York premises available to John this winter to host an exhibition of his paintings and drawings

 "Art can be appreciated absolutely anywhere - even in a law firm - and I'm certain that by showcasing the work of an extremely talented artist we will generate a great deal of new interest in his work."

Creighton is an established artist living  and  working in Ryedale with recent exhibitions showing in The Mercer Gallery Harrogate, and The Crescent, in Scarborough, The City  Art Gallery Doncaster, and The Python Gallery in Middlesbrough.

In his new exhibition, Creighton will showcase key works from the period 2007 - 2014   revealing a wide range of interests from disquieting images with a surreal flavour to highly contemplative pieces based on church interiors. A recent series of 20 silk screen prints explore an intimate language of abstract invention which develop mysterious and fascinating worlds.

The exhibition opens with a private viewing on 12th November at the firm's offices in Rowntree Wharf in York.  Following the launch, Rollits offices will be open for public viewings on dates yet to be advised. 

Viewing  can also be made at other times by appointment, please phone Rollits York office on 01904 688500 or email Linda Cook at

Posted on: 19/09/2014

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