Art on the Map – Taster Exhibition

April 13, 2014

Breakfast by Mo Teeuw

Breakfast by Mo Teeuw

A Showcase Exhibition presenting work by Art on the Map artists and craft-makers which aims to excite and encourage you to visit their studios and see more of their art during the Lincolnshire Open Studio event in May.

Kiln-formed glass by Sheila Pearce

Kiln-formed glass by Sheila Pearce

Lind Anso, Chairman of AOTM, says, “2013 was a good year for Art on the Map, the association of Lincolnshire artists and craft makers, whose members were pleased to open their studios to the public.  We look forward to 2014 being an even better year. The main event, Open Studios Week, takes place from 3rd – 11th May this year.”

“Art on the Map is independent of any grants or subsidies. It exists to support the work of the creative arts at ground level, hands-on in the studio. The Open Studios week is previewed by this “taster” exhibition at Carre Gallery designed to whet the appetite of art lovers. We do hope people will take the opportunity to see what is on offer.”


Blooming Blooms by Marianne Nixey

Blooming Blooms by Marianne Nixey

6,000 free copies of the 64-page AOTM 2014 Directory will be distributed throughout Lincolnshire including libraries and art galleries.  Copies are available at Carre Gallery.  To see a digital version of the directory visit and click on the image of the 2014 brochure to check details of exhibiting artists.

The exhibition is open 10 am  – 4 pm from 14th April – 26th April (closed Sundays).  Admission is free with parking nearby.

Background information about Art on the Map

Birds - Lake Illawara Australia by Peter Montgomery

Birds – Lake Illawara Australia by Peter Montgomery

In 1999 artists and craft-makers of Lincolnshire combined to put their studios and workshops ‘on the map’. Little did they think that their vision would translate into the highly successful open studio scheme that we now have in the county.

Lincolnshire Open Studios, also known as “Art on the Map” (AOTM), provides opportunities for residents and tourists in the county to see close-up the products of many high quality Lincolnshire artists and craft-makers. It also gives visitors the opportunity to meet the members in their place of work and to view how it all comes together.

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