The Heritage Gallery at Cargo Fleet is a creative development that focuses on, but is not limited to, the history of Teesside’s industrial heritage. Since opening in June 2011, the Heritage Gallery has showcased a range of exhibitions introducing visitors to an array of artistic mediums including painting, printmaking, photography, textiles and sculpture.
With an emphasis on delivering the very best examples of creativity from the region and beyond, the Heritage Gallery aims to engage, inspire and provide a rewarding experience for all who visit. We aim to provide a platform for artists and support emerging talents, enabling them to showcase their work in their local area.
The gallery is open Monday to Friday, 9am until 4.45pm.
On-site bistro Iron Co Coffee House open Monday to Friday until 3pm
Telephone: 01642 697 930
First Exhibition of 2023
‘Living Skies’by Kate O’Neill
Thursday 19th January 2023
Between 5pm and 7pm
The opening night offers a great opportunity to meet Kate over drinks & nibbles and ask any questions you may have about the work on display.
“When we are outside, whatever the weather and season, it’s the sky that frames our view, reflecting our thoughts and emotions back onto us.
The North East landscape with its sometimes shocking contradictions and diverse terrain, have a direct effect on the people within it, whether good, bad or beautiful, it is endlessly compelling and distinct.
Photographic images at their very best seem to suspend moments in time, hovering in a separate dimension – this place, that thought, then.
My hope is that these images resonate and connect with you, the viewer.”
Kate’s superb eye for composition and the ability to capture an atmosphere within her photography is inspiring. This exhibition will bring an abundance of ambience within the images and we do hope you can make it to the opening to see them.
The exhibition runs until 24th February 2023.
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