The Mansion Conservatory, Mansion Lane, Leeds LS8 2HH

The Mansion Conservatory, Mansion Lane, Leeds LS8 2HH

Art Roundhay Park, Leeds

Art Roundhay Park is popping up within the beautiful surroundings of Roundhay Park, Leeds, from

Saturday 21st October to Sunday 5th November, 9am to 4pm.

We'll be showcasing works by our artists David Lyon, Samantha Ward and other local artists, selling original art, prints, notebooks, calendars, gifts and Christmas cards.

A collection of paintings by Miriam Laville

Original abstract art by Judy Merchant

Original art by Cathy Warburton

Fabrics, wallpapers and cushions by The Monkey Puzzle Tree

Natural wax candles by Lubylu

Bags by Butterfly Tree

Modern craft kits by Craftiosity

Handmade cushions by Papilow

Craft kits by Corinne Lapierre

The Mansion Conservatory, Roundhay Park, Mansion Lane, Leeds, LS8 2HH.



Private View

Friday 20th October, 5pm - 8pm.

For further details email 


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David is a fine artist based in Leeds, West Yorkshire and began exhibiting his paintings in 1997.

He's inspired by organic shapes and forms, and references to the natural world often spark his interest. Ideas connect, breed and grow, transform. He daydreams how best to take ideas forward, to make them exist as paintings or drawings.

David continues to explore his favoured media – acrylic, oil pastel, charcoal, ink and crayon – in his studio in north Leeds.

He's had several solo and some selected group exhibitions in the UK with many of his pieces included in private collections.




Catherine Warburton

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Judy Merchant

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Samantha’s artistic ability has always come naturally through her passion for colour and love of imagination. Born in Leeds, but now living in London, Samantha's ambition is to create paintings for others' enjoyment; paintings and prints that not only look good and add interior flare, but also help make people's homes a happier place.

Sam is inspired by colour, shapes and personalities of nature, from animals and plants to fruits and vegetables. She is also inspired by interiors and people’s homes, seeing a spot in a kitchen where a giant colourful pineapple could go or a happy peacock in the sitting room.



How to find us:


Public Transport

Roundhay park is easily accessible by bus from Leeds City Centre using 2 or 12 bus routes.The Mansion conservatory is just a short walk along Princes Ave, before turning right down Mansion Lane. The event will be signposted from here. Please note, the conservatory is to the right hand side of The Mansion itself.

Car Parks

There is Free car parking behind the Roundhay Fox pub off Mansion Lane and at the end of Mansion Lane by the Mansion House Hotel. There will also be parking available on Mansion Lane itself.

Disabled parking

There are three bays on Mansion Lane, with a large bay located outside Tropical World, which can take five cars.

Paths and entrances

Entrances to the park and all paths are wheelchair accessible.