Neil Roland - Gallery 30
Carlisle Gallery

The Carlisle Collection was specially commissioned by the firm of Christian Douglass. They wanted to celebrate the sheer beauty of this isolated, historic and often overlooked city, and each piece was specially created for their offices.

Commissions can be undertaken for other cities. Please contact Neil Roland for further information or to discuss.

Please email the artist at or telephone Neil on 07792 365 437

Carlisle Blue

Philanthropic hall, Botchergate; gasworks viewed from Currock Rd; 1950s stained glass window, St. Cuthbert's Church; Nelson St. ; Jolly Sailor pub; The Cross, Market Square; Cavendish House, Warwick Road

Carlisle Shades of Jade

Carlisle's Victorian Turkish Baths, James St; Milbourne Arms, Milbourne St.; Carlisle's historic Train Station; copper dome reflected in Marks & Spencer; Turkish Baths towards the hot rooms; St. Cuthbert's Church glass; The Globe, Bridge Street

Rooftops, Carlisle

Carr's Temperance Hall (1874) opposite biscuit factory; Carlisle Town Hall; NB &M, 1809, Lowther St.; County Hotel, opposite Citadel; Cathedral; St. Cuthbert's Church (1778).

Carlisle in Sapphire & Ruby

St. Cuthbert in stained glass window; Carrs former fire brigade hay lofts; Liberal Club, Lowther Street; ceiling, Carlisle Cathedral; St. Cuthbert's Church

Carlisle City of Curves

Victorian stained glass windows, The Golden Lion, St. Cuthbert's Lane; topiary, main walk, Carlisle Cemetery; Dixon's Tower from Millenium Bridge; 1689 Tullie House drainpipe; Carlisle Station roof; Carlisle Infirmary gates

Carlisle Red

Carlisle Hairdressing Room, opposite Castle; George V postbox, Botchergate - where Britain's first mainland postbox was sited; Town Hall detail; classic Carr's Biscuit tin; Tulley House reflected in Georgian house opposite; St. Cuthbert's window; military flags, Carlisle Cathedral

Carlisle Pink Gold

Cathedral pinnacles; Cathedral gargoyle; Cathedral organ; The Castle; Dixon's Chimney; Currock Road with pony & trap; Market Square weather vane; The Citadel

Carlisle White

St. Barnabus Church, Raffles; Guildhall detail (1846 figure taken from Cathedral); cinema, Warwick Road; bell tower, Town Hall, Dixon Chimney; doorway, Chapman's furniture Store, Victoria Viaduct, clock, The Lanes

Doors of Carlisle

A selection of seven doors in this city of most elegant, Georgian architecture

Carlisle Signs of the Times (1)

A selection of some of the most diverse and fascinating place and street names to be found throughout Carlisle, celebrating the graphic beauty of the written word on the city's shops, walls, bridges and arcades

Carlisle Signs of the Times (2)

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