Jul 2 - Sep 3
Lincolnshire Artists’ Society Summer Exhibition 2022
The Lincolnshire Artists' Society is delighted to be able to return to The Usher Gallery. Following a prolonged gap, this exhibition is a welcome celebration of the collective creativity and commitment of all of the members of Lincolnshire Artists’ Society and additionally the efforts of many others who work tirelessly to support cultural activity. Lincolnshire Artists’ Society began in 1912, founded initially in 1906 as the Lincolnshire Drawing Club.
Jun 14 - Jun 26
The Lincolnshire Artists' Society is proud to present it's first exhibition of the year to be hosted by the Sam Scorer Gallery. The theme for this show is works on paper. It provides members with an opportunity to creatively consider how they work with this very traditional and beautiful surface. In contemporary life paper is something which we very much take for granted, but in the past it was a rare and expensive item! All artists engage with paper in a variety of different ways.
Jun 2 - Jun 5
Marshchapel Arts Exhibition
The 2022 show should be one of the largest exhibitions that we have staged with nearly 60 artists and over 275 paintings! Many of the returning artists are ones that were booked for the 2020 Exhibition, sadly cancelled due to lock down restrictions.
Apr 19 - May 15
Pride of Grimsby
The talent of local artists and the stories of our area, past, present, and future will form the heart of a new exhibition at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre. Pride of Grimsby showcases some of the best contemporary artwork from North East Lincolnshire and celebrates the wealth of talented artists in the local area. Each artwork represents the artist’s connection with the local area, and the stories which connect them to the place they call home. These stores include personal experiences
May 9 - May 1
Developing Your Creative Practice Arts Council of England Grant Award May 2021 - May 2022
My ultimate aim for my given time to develop my creative practise is to expand my Palette knife skills, devise a new ‘theme’ to my artwork and give myself time to think, improve, reflect and experiment. Over this next year I will spend the time in my studio planning, preparing, painting and producing pieces of work on canvas.
Oct 9 - Oct 25
Sam Scorer Gallery
Denise Hawthorne’s art group, who normally meet once a week in her Chapel studio, kept in touch during lockdown… sending each other work at various stages of completion for help and suggestions from Denise and other members.