Art Exhibition - Lockdown in bloom: Life and Landscapes in 2020
Lincolnshire painter and artist Glynne Bulman presents a fresh collection of work created during, and inspired by, the months spent in lockdown. Bulman, in a mix of watercolour and water soluble oils, captures both the isolation of the Coronavirus pandemic and a bright reminder of the colour and hope still living in Lincolnshire.
Hosted in Louth, at the Old Coach House Antique Centre and Gallery, the exhibition represents the artistic community of Lincolnshire reemerging from the isolation of 2020. This display of Glynne Bulman's work illustrates the resilience of the arts and reminds us that artists, of all media, are still creating, showing us the beauty that remains all around us, and promises happier times to come.
The gallery is open to attendees Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 4.00pm throughout August 2020.
The artist will be in house on selected dates. See Glynne Bulman’s Instagram page for updates www.instagram.com/grimsbyurbansketchers
Entrance to the exhibition is free
Old Coach House Antique Centre and Gallery, 61 Aswell Street, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 9HW
Sat 1 Aug 2020 to Mon 31 Aug 2020