Winter Art Fair 2016

November 28, 2016

baintonsomersby_550It’s the festive season and what better way to celebrate it than by purchasing some handmade work by Lincolnshire artists.  All the exhibits in our Christmas Fair are, as usual, priced under £100 so there is something for all pockets.

candlesbygifts_550There are 25 artists exhibiting using a range of media including acrylics, oils, photography, silk painting, watercolour, and three dimensional items.  Subjects range from landscapes including local scenery, animals, abstracts, figures, flowers, still life, aircraft, and motor bikes.  As well as framed paintings, there are on display cards, both handmade and printed. Unframed paintings and prints, silk items, and  gifts.  So pop along to Carre Gallery at 29 Carre Street, Sleaford, and purchase something locally made for that extra special gift.

cards_550Gallery Opening: 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday until 07  January 2017. So, as well as buying presents for others you can come in after the big day and treat yourself with your gift money.  Christmas Closing: The Gallery will be closed from 24 December to 01 January inclusive.

somersbycuratedtin_550Exhibiting artists: Ellie Benton, Carol Bratley, Harriott Brand, Colin Brammer, Alexandra Cann, Susy Chaplin, Ronald Feeney, Christine Grocock, John Grey, Christine Haynes, Pearl Hudson, Robin Hall, Pat Johnson, Dave Leggett, Laura-Jane Luff, Ann Mackenzie, Kathleen Richards, David Scargill, Gail Sylvester, Angela Trotter, Pauline Thompson, Dennis Wilson, Vicky Watkins, Helen Webber, Mike Weston.


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