About Joe Cornish Galleries
Joe Cornish Galleries is housed in the Grade II listed Register House on Zetland Street, built in 1736 in Northallerton as the North Riding Registry of Deeds.
The Galleries exhibit work by world-renowned landscape photographer Joe Cornish and other photographers and craftspeople, as well as hosting workshops and cultural events.
The galleries on the ground floor hold the permanent collection of limited and unlimited framed prints by Joe Cornish. Over 30 years, Joe’s photography has been inspired by the landscapes of the North York Moors National Park. A writer and environmentalist as well as a photographer, Joe is a strong advocate of the role he believes landscape photography can play in inspiring sustainability.
Pictures on display at Joe Cornish Galleries
Exhibited on the First Floor Galleries is work by several established and upcoming photographers; the visitor can view and buy landscape photography from around the world, plus seascapes, abstracts, architectural and wildlife photography.
The Galleries’ standing as a destination as well as an exhibition space is enhanced by the Gallery Café which serves locally sourced, freshly made food and has seating on ground, first floors and in the outdoor courtyard, and by the Gallery Gift shop which sells a selection of jewellery, scarves and ceramics.