Welcome to Daffodil Lane Studio & Gallery

“Daffodil Lane is more than a Gallery it’s a creative hub where Photographers, Artists and Artisans come together to exhibit their works”

Set in Wordsworth’s stunning county of Cumbria you will find the Gallery in Fisher Street, Carlisle.   Well located, Fisher Street is in close proximity to Carlisle Cathedral, Tullie House Museum and the Castle; just a stone’s throw from the main city centre precinct we’re in an area of attractive courtyards housing an eclectic mix of shops and eateries.

Daffodil Lane is a Gallery with a difference we are passionate about who is exhibiting and in addition to selling their work, we work hard in proactively promoting and raising an Artists profile.

To find out who is currently exhibiting see our Artist’s snippets below, you will find more detailed information about the Artists by visiting our Creative Hub page.

If you would like to find out more about exhibiting your work at Daffodil Lane please give us a call we’d love to hear from you.


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The Gentler Side
Where Sky meets Sea
Brewing up a Storm

Current Exhibitors – Artists Snippets

Tucker – Pencil & Still Life Drawing Artist shares humorous and quirky drawings which are sure to make you smile with detailed still life pictures which are a delight to behold.

Charles Hetherington – Saw Scroller combines painstaking skill, imagination and endless patience resulting in saw scrolled pictures which are nothing short of inspirational.

John Cheal – Photographer Abstract & Surprising vivacious colours dance merrily alongside John’s use of shapes, curves and imagination to create unforgettable and stunning results.

Marion McBurnie – Artist works predominantly with oils, her work appears to be created with the lightest of touches and her use of colours have a clarity about them.

Steven Askew – Woodturner uses seasoned, green and reclaimed wood to produce works of art which are both beautiful to look at and soft and silky to the touch.

Chantelle Wilson – Artist this young lady’s work is unmistakable, her ability to capture expressions with her subjects and the wildlife she paints is remarkable.

Robert Fletcher – Wildlife Artist from stags to otters and boxing hares Robert captures his subjects with skill and precision, look carefully and you’ll also find his sense of humour.

Hilary Harrison – Ceramicist with an eye for all things beautiful Hilary transforms what she sees visually into stunning imaginative pieces which are both captivating and useful.

Ian Watson – Wildlife Photographer Ian’s patience in his subjects know’s no bounds and his photography reflects this from bounding hares captured mid bounce to diving kingfishers.

Christine Kirkpatrick – Artist & Illustrator mesmerising and full of bold beautiful colours, Christine draws inspiration from the simplest things around her creating work not to be forgotten.


The Beauty Behind the Rocks

Any one who has never visited this Hebridean island could be forgiven for thinking they had come to the end of the world.   Yet the bleak, barren rocky landscape that greets you belies the stunning beauty Coll has to offer.

A riot of crystal clear waters lap over silver gold sand all cleverly hidden away by natures’ machaired dunes.   Coll Hotel http://collhotel.com with its outstanding hospitality, first class restaurant and gardens overlooking the sea is a wonderful place to chill after a days yomping.

Not only is Coll a haven for walking and bird watching not to mention the stunning views it is also a designated dark sky location and with photo opportunities around every corner I even managed to capture the elusive corncrake!