The UK’s leading fine art retailer, Castle Fine Art, has unveiled a brand-new location for its popular York gallery. Relocating from its previous residence in the Coppergate Centre, the new gallery is now situated in St Helen’s Square, one of York’s busiest locations and a prime spot for retail.
Located alongside fine-dining venue, The Ivy, and the world-famous Betty’s Tea rooms, the brand-new space will showcase the best of Castle Fine Art’s portfolio of limited edition and original artworks by the likes of Sir Billy Connolly, Richard Hambleton and Lorenzo Quinn.
The new gallery boasts a newly refurbished 1,000 sq ft space, just a stone’s throw away from the historic street of Stonegate and York Minster. The bustling tourist location and local hotspot is the perfect space for Castle Fine Art’s relocation and offers the perfect backdrop for all its artworks.
Ian Weatherby-Blythe, Group Managing Director of Castle Fine Art, expressed his delight at the new York gallery, saying:
“York has been a cherished site of Castle Fine Art for a number of years, and we are thrilled to be moving the gallery to a new location. York has been a fantastic home for us over the years, and we have loved adding to the rich cultural heritage of the city. We hope that the new gallery will continue to be an important contributor to York’s flourishing arts scene, and that we can offer the same bespoke art-viewing experience as we always have done.”
The gallery has has been a valued and well-loved contributor to the city’s established arts scene for over ten years. Following the move the York team will have more space than ever to curate a range of different displays and exhibitions that showcase the very best of Castle Fine Art’s extensive collection of artworks.
James Brown, Gallery Manager at Castle Fine Art York, added:
“Coppergate Centre has been our home for many years, and though we are sad to leave, we are so excited to be starting our new chapter in such a historic spot of York. We want to make sure that we continue to pave the way for arts culture in York, and the new location in St Helen’s Square will surely help us in achieving this feat.”
Castle Fine Art in York is now open at 4 St. Helen’s Square, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 8QP. To find out more about opening times and the new gallery itself, visit: www.castlefineart.com.