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Members occasionally take part in exhibitions showing their paintings.  These may be in exhibitions organised by the society or in exhibitions organised by other organisations. Photographs of some of the entries are shown in the gallery section of this website. 

Details of other exhibitions where members are exhibiting their paintings will be announced as they become available.


The Brighouse Rest Centre

Members of the Society display their paintings in the Brighouse Rest Centre, the home of their weekly meeting, on a rota basis, giving each member an opportunity throughout the year to display and sell their work.


Southwood, Halifax

Members exhibit their paintings, which are for sale, on a rota basis at this venue. 


Brighouse Gala

Hipperholme and Lightcliffe Art Society has occupied a marquee in a prestigious position at the Brighouse Gala for many years.  Every member has the opportunity to display a number of their paintings and the occasion has proved an ideal showcase for attracting on-the-spot purchasers as well as repeat buyers who visit us specifically to add to their collection of original paintings.  It will be held on Saturday 24 June 2023 - do come and see us!  


Bailiffe Bridge Community Centre

The art society held its first exhibition of paintings alongside serving home-made cakes and drinks on Saturday 2 April 2016.  This was so successful that it was hoped that it would become an annual event. Sadly, no event is planned for 2023 yet - but watch this space.


Smith Art Gallery, Brighouse Library

Except for 2014, the Society has held an annual exhibition members’ paintings at the Smith Gallery, housed in the Brighouse Library.  It is hoped that this annual event will continue.  However, as yet, there are no exhibitions planned for 2023.


The Old White Beare, Norwood Green (2006 - 2010)

From 2006-2010, the art society had a constant exhibition of paintings by members.  Every 12 weeks a new challenge was given to paint a picture on a certain theme.  Commission from the sales and money from the entrance fee was given to Overgate Hospice, Elland.  The paintings were judged by staff from Overgate and prizes were awarded.  After displaying the paintings for 6 weeks, the artists exchanged the picture for another.  So there was a constant change of artwork for the customers to view.  Photographs of some of the paintings are shown in the gallery section.  As this has now come to an end, the Society is looking for new premises to continue the exhibitions.


The Chapel House, Low Moor

We are allowed to display a couple of members' paintings on a rota basis here.


To see a photograph of any exhibition, look in the gallery under exhibitions.