Inspired by Lindisfarne Castle

Inspired by a year of art and architecture, a new exhibition by students from Newcastle University explores the history of Lindisfarne Castle, the recent restoration project and Anya Gallaccio’s contemporary installation, 'dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light'. Each month a different artist takes over the Castle’s reflection space to present their interpretation.

‘feelings of kindly reverence’ by Carole McCourt

‘feelings of kindly reverence’ by Carole McCourt, 2 July-30 July  

Inspired by the discovery of 17th-century wall paintings during recent restoration of Lindisfarne Castle and the design of Gertrude Jekyll’s walled garden, ‘feelings of kindly reverence’ highlights humanity and the embellishment of stark architecture through bringing the beauty of nature inside.