— About The Gallery

Opened in April 2013, The Nolon Stacey Gallery is both the gallery and working studio of British wildlife artist Nolon Stacey.  The gallery stocks Nolon's original pencil and charcoal drawings, as well as the entire range of limited edition British wildlife prints, open edition dog prints, greetings cards and drawing tutorial books.  
 
 
 

— Other Artists

In addition to stocking the entire range of Nolon's work, The Nolon Stacey Gallery also stocks work by some of Yorkshire's finest arts and crafts people, including ceramicist Elisabeth Bailey, sculptor John Rattenbury, and British bird artist Gareth Watling.
 
 
 

—Location

The Nolon Stacey Gallery is located in the historic Yorkshire Dales market town of Masham.  You can find us in the Market Place, in the corner by St Mary's Church and down the side of Johnny Baghdad's Cafe.
—ADDRESS
52 Market Place
Masham
North Yorkshire
HG4 4 EF
—OPENING TIMES
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am to 4:30pm
Monday: Closed
 

— Visit Masham

Masham (pronounced 'Mass-em'), in Lower Wensleydale is a perfect spot to explore the Yorkshire Dales and the towns and cities of Ripon, Harrogate, York, and Richmond. Masham has plenty to keep the visitor occupied in the town itself. 
Masham has a vibrant community with plenty of shops and attractions to explore.  As well as The Nolon Stacey Gallery, the market square is also home to The Masham Gallery, The little Picture House Gallery, and Birdhouse Interiors.  You can satisfy your sweet tooth by visiting Bah Humbugs traditional sweet shop or Joneva's specialist confectionary and fine food shop - or sample some famous ales during a brewery tour at either (or both) Theakstons or Black Sheep Brewery.
For more information about Masham, take a look at the Visit Masham website: www.visitmasham.com