Lincolnshire Open Studios – Taster Exhibition

April 16, 2012

‘Art on the Map’ Members Exhibition

 This two-week ‘taster’ exhibition features ‘Art on the Map’ members in the Fens and Vales and runs just prior to the Lincolnshire Open Studios week (05 May – 13 May) when most members will open their studios to the public.  The taster exhibition is an ideal opportunity to see a little of each artist’s excellent work and be inspired to visit their studios to see more.

Frog Blossom - Mosaic by Fiona Gurney

Exhibition co-coordinator Lind Anso says, “People often have the perception that artists do not like being disturbed.  We want the public to know that our members are happy to receive visitors and discuss their work.  We like to share our enthusiasm for art.”

There is an eclectic mix of styles and media including ceramics, paintings, drawings, glass, printing, photography and textiles. Exhibiting artists are Lind Anso, Martin Cameron, Joan Dowling, Jess Fuller, Fiona Gurney, Lyn Jenkins, Steve Leaning, Geoff Loveridge, Lyn Lovitt, Anita Mortimer, Liz Pearson, Louise Stebbing, John Sutton and Helen Webber.

Artists and Guests at the private view

The taster exhibition is open every day, 10 am – 4 pm from Monday 16 April until Saturday 28 April.

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Lincolnshire Open Studios Week is from 05 May until 13 May.  Pick up a FREE directory of artists at Carre Gallery.

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One Response to “Lincolnshire Open Studios – Taster Exhibition”

  1. Dermot Dolan Says:

    Well written blog. The quality of writing and attention to detail in this blog is superb. Keep up the good work! I look forward to visiting the gallery again soon, just shows you don’t need to travel to London to see great things. 🙂


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