Lincolnshire Perspectives

April 29, 2013

An exhibition of paintings and prose in support of Sleaford Live

Morning Mist by Malcolm Doughty

Morning Mist by Malcolm Doughty

An exhibition 0n the theme “Lincolnshire Perspectives” in a variety of media, including acrylic, collagraph, gouache, oil, pastel, pen and ink, and watercolour.  Once again the Sleaford Hub Writers join us at Carre Gallery to create an exhibition of pictures and prose in support of Sleaford Live Week.  The Hub Writers will create a six-word story for each exhibit and these will be displayed with the artwork from Friday 03 May in readiness for Live Week.
Exhibiting artists:  Derek Ashman, Anne Barnham, Frances Brice, Ian C Cox, Malcolm Doughty, Muriel Elliott, V Wendy Else, Ronald Feeney, Russell David Foster, Robin Hall, Iain Harkess, Peter Hayward, John Lincoln, Laura-Jane Luff, Frank W Marston, Barbara Melling, Elizabeth Smith.

The art exhibition runs from 29 April to 18 May.  The Hub Writers’ prose will be on display from 03 May until 18 May.



LincsPerspecPV_6381_400On Thursday evening 02 May the gallery hosted a private view for Exhibitors, writers and guests.  The Hub Writers’s short stories were on display with the artwork for all to enjoy.  The artwork inspired written work which ranged from philosophical and serious to the irreverent and hilarious.    The assembled throng was also treated to a selection of readings performed by members of the Hub Writers.  Many thanks to those who organised the event and to those who attended and helped us make the evening an enjoyable occasion.


Exhibition runs until Saturday 18 May.

Photography by Martin Cameron

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