Yorkshire Post | April 2021
Second honour for man of metal at Thirsk Hall
'...The four-month exhibition of some of his larger pieces will form the opening attraction of the new site in Thirsk when it opens on May 15. The park will also host exhibitions by artists Emily Young, Austin Wright, Gerald Laing, Geoffrey Clarke and Richard Hudson in its first year, and a display of etchings of Thirsk Hall and the surrounding grounds, by the Leeds-born printmaker Norman Ackroyd.
Willoughby Gerrish, the London art dealership behind the Thirsk venture, announced last year that it would represent the estate of Mr Lyons, whose sculpture Heights of David was a centrepiece at the first exhibition in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in 1977.'
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