An exhibition featuring paintings by gallery artist, David Kirk, began in the main gallery on Saturday 9th February 2013.

Born in 1960, Kirk was brought up in Somerset and went on to study at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art in Oxford where he graduated with a degree in Fine Art. The following year he won first prize in the National Religious Painting Competition. In 1985 Kirk held his first solo show at the St. James Gallery in Bath and he continued to exhibit there regularly during the 1990s.

Since 2001 he has held many one man shows at the Rona Gallery in Mayfair and also exhibited at many other venues throughout the U.K. Kirk continually explores English landscape and buildings in his art and though he seems to have been influenced by Stanley Spencer and Paul Nash his work displays a highly individual approach.