Tuesday 26th November – Sunday 8th December
After Italy (Dopo Italia)
In November 2012,
a ceramicist PETER MOSS
a watercolourist ALLAN BRUCE
and a woodworker NEIL SIMPSON…………………..spent a week in Italy.
The sights and images they encountered prompted a desire to explore how each
discipline could interpret these and how their distinct modi operandi might result
in a diverse but coherent body of work. This exhibition is the culmination of those explorations.
We also invite you to a short talk by the exhibitors at 7pm on Friday 29th November followed by refreshments.
Peter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Allan – email@example.com
Neil – firstname.lastname@example.org
10am until 4.30 pm each day
Saturday 11th/Sunday 12th and Saturday 18th/Sunday 19th of January 2014
The Lincoln Artists Market is on the first Saturday of every month, March to November and a special Christmas Artists Market in the second week of December with 30 stalls, all areas of expertise in the field of art and craft are displayed, from ceramics to painting, printmaking to jewellery and everything in between – all with prices to suit every budget.
On the weekends of 11th/12th and 18/19th of January 2014 we ‘de-camp’ inside to our Winter Quarters in the Sam Scorer Gallery where a good selection of artists welcome you to a smaller but equally vibrant show of original work.
Each weekend will see 10 different artists and craftspeople, all regulars on the Lincoln Artists Market in Castle Square throughout the year but in a warm and cosy gallery! Its probably the perfect way to combat a cold January!
Tuesday 21st January – Sunday 2nd February 2014
January see’s Gallery at St Martin’s celebrate their 5th Anniversary with a major exhibition at The Sam Scorer Gallery. Just some of the many artists who have shown with us will be exhibiting paintings, prints and 3D works.
Meanwhile back at base camp (G.A.S.M.) there will be an accompanying exhibition, art
workshops and a few surprises. Join the party and help celebrate the rich and diverse talent we have here in the uk.
Images and opening times to follow soon.
Tuesday 4th February – Sunday 16th February
Anita is an artist that just keeps trying.
She has a passion for graphite but is willing to be drawn into the challenges of pastel, charcoal and oil paints. An artist for only three years, Anita would love to find more time to develop her chosen mediums.
Tuesday 12th November – Sunday 24th November 2013
HARRISON & 2 SONS
An exhibition by members of the same family displaying artistic work by father Richard, at heart a colourist in pastels.
Son Paul working on stainless steel canvases to make abstract pictorial works.
Finally son Frazer a photographer with Getty Images in Los Angeles showing photographic art of California & USA.
Tuesday 1st October – Sunday 13th October 2013
This is a well-known group of artists who respect one another’s artforms and continue to realise the importance of earlier engagements with the fine artist and teacher, Gill Nadin.
‘Meet the Artists’ event is on Sunday 6th October 1pm – 3pm
Open daily 10am – 4pm
Wednesday 30th October – Sunday 10th November
‘Shavings & Shards’
Designer/makers Lynn Baker and Andrew Dumolo present their second exhibition together. ‘Shaving & Shards’ features Lynn’s free form hand blown and kiln fused glass alongside Andrew’s range of superb contemporary hardwood furniture for the home.
Private View Tuesday 29th October 5pm – 8.30pm
Open daily 10am – 4pm
Tuesday 15th – Sunday 27th October 2013
From Dodos To Daisies
A celebration of the work of Maggie Betley and Tracy Wright who have worked together for over twenty-five years designing a range of bold and decorative ceramic sculpture and giftware. “From Dodos To Daisies” explores the development of their most popular creations, with some new pieces created just for this exhibition.
Maggie creates a stunning collection of wildlife transformed into decorative and functional vessels and has been working on a range of vases and sculptures inspired by Lincoln Cathedral with subtle fish and daisy motifs. Tracy is fascinated by birds, cats and rodents and often incorporates a humourous or hidden element in to a piece of work.
Their partnership began as The Studio in Shakespeare Street in 1988 and progressed to The Studio at Stonecott in Waddington village in 1993 and is now known as Zoo Ceramics. Together they create a range of stoneware fired ceramics that has been sold and exhibited in hundreds of galleries and shops in the United Kingdom and Europe. Nowadays their work is sold at a variety of art and pottery shows and through internet shops and at their gallery in Waddington.
Open daily 10.30am to 5.30pm (until 4.00pm on Sunday 27th October)
Tuesday 3rd September – Sunday 15th September 2013
The show takes as its theme the old and hopefully auspicious rhyme, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, Something Old and Something New.
Each of the 12 artists taking part will bring four works to the show. One work will be by a guest of the artist, either a work they own or work they have borrowed that they want to share. The other works will be their own, a work with a strong blue theme an older work and a new work .
With a very diverse range of contributors and these contrasts the show will offer a different perspective on the way the artists change and develop their practice. The artists featured are Phil Bowman, Jane Wright, Janice Kok, Lea Goldberg, Kevin Wallhead , Caroline Matthaei, Ann Stoker, Jana Siebers, Lyn Lovitt, Carol Butler, Lisa Mitchell and Clive Redshaw. One of the artists will be in the gallery each day to welcome visitors.
Sunday 8th September 2pm – 4pm ‘Meet the Artists’ and have a taste of the summer with ‘ice-cream’ being served!
Open daily 10am – 5pm
Tuesday 20th August – Sunday 1st September 2013
A transformation, as by magic or sorcery.
A marked change in appearance, character,
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A change in the form and often habits of a normal development after the embryonic stage.
A usually degenerative change in the structure of a particular body tissue.