As we enter the end of our Entwined exhibition celebrating plants in all their glory through various visual styles in the Nave Gallery, we celebrate the success and feedback from our visitors. “One of the best exhibition spaces around, the bees’ knees!” “Stunning artwork!”
Alongside, in the Link Gallery runs the Between Stillness and Movement exhibition featuring 20-21 Open Exhibition Winner David Carruthers who uses abstract photography and video in artworks inspired by the Lincolnshire landscape. “Just wonderful.”
Finally, Kay Bainbridge’s Water and Land exhibition in the Linear Gallery, uses landscapes to express feelings, life experiences and society. “Very interesting exhibition, well curated.”
As part of our transition, we are hosting a launch event for our Café Showcase Exhibition on 19 May at 1:30pm. We would like to introduce you to Liliana Relich, a refugee and self-taught Ukrainian artist who will be displaying; Happy Place – Landscapes of Ukraine until 13 June. This is a special charity selling exhibition of beautiful watercolour landscapes of places in Ukraine, some of which are now inaccessible or have been destroyed by missilies. This has become her therapy. All pieces can be purchased from the collection with 100% of sales to the people who are still in her beloved city Kherson.
We will be rotating onto new exhibitions from 27 May; and present Long Live Lincolnshire, an eclectic exhibition of prints and editions by Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller. Much of his work is temporary in nature, incorporating video, installation and live events including campaigning and protest. Both music and pop cultural references play a large part of Deller’s output.
From 17 June we present the first major UK exhibition; Reputation is a Form of Change by German based sculptor Peter William Holden who combines art, science, performance and robotic technology in his artwork.
Our summer months welcome Art in Miniature, the first exhibition of fantasy miniatures in a British public art gallery! Call outs for Artists are currently open until 31 May. We are looking forward to combining art and recording a documentary exploring these amazing artworks and the people who create them.
We look forward to welcoming you to our centre, there is something for everyone!
We are open Tuesday – Saturday 10:00am – 16:00pm, closed Sunday and Monday.