The Lincolnshire Artists’ Society has exhibited many times at the prestigious Sam Scorer Gallery in Lincoln and this year is no exception. From 7th to 19th November their exhibition, ‘Transition’, will be at the Sam Scorer Gallery.
The aim with ‘Transition’ is to illustrate how an artist’s work changes over time and members are being invited, unusually, to submit for selection work in pairs. The pairs might be made up of one work completed in the past, and one more recently, ideally in the last three years. Alternatively, they can submit for selection two quite recent works where the works illustrate a change in style or the themes of their work.
Alan Parker, Chairman of the Society, said: “After our successful show at the Usher, we are doubly fortunate in also being able to put on a slightly different exhibition at Sam Scorer this year offering artists the chance to show the public how their work has changed over time.”
Admission to the exhibition is free. Last year the Society celebrated the publication of a second book by Lincolnshire author, Edward Mayor, on Lincolnshire Artists, which celebrates the work of the last ten years. The book will be on sale at both exhibitions.
The Sam Scorer Gallery is at 5 Drury Lane, Lincoln LN1 3BN. To find out more see www.samscorergallery.co.uk.