Showcasing Lincolnshire Artists Since 1906




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some available artwork direct from the maker


A message from our LAS Chair, Phil Bowman…

“I have just heard the sad news that Ken Lee has died.   Ken was a very valued member of the LAS and will be much missed.   I first became aware of Ken when he took to the floor of the Usher Gallery to protest at their decision to host the society’s exhibitions biannually rather than annually.   He spoke with great passion in defence of the need to retain a more regular link to the gallery.   

In his work he championed the not always in fashion medium of watercolour and ink on paper.   His portrait of Sam Scorer which hangs over door of the Sam Scorer Gallery is spot on and captures his friend perfectly; peering over his glasses keeping watch over the comings and goings of his hallowed space.

In another of his works the biblical saga of Samson and Delilah sees the provocateur straddling and snogging a hapless Punk while lopping of his locks. Not only is it highly original but full of his insightful humour .

Ken Lee will be missed at a time when we are in great need of a few smiles”.




'Art in the Barn'

The Stables Gallery 
Doddington Hall, Nr Lincoln 

We hope to return to Doddington Hall this year if Covid restrictions allow.

Opening on Friday 14 May until

Bank Holiday Monday 31 May.

Daily from 10am to 4pm

Free admission to the Gallery 




Our second Group Show is booked for Sam Scorer Gallery.

Commencing 30 August to 12 September 2021


You are still able to view our 2020 'Virtual Connections Show'.

Visit the Featured Artist Page. 



Images from some of our Shows...



Wilkin Chapman

Ruddock the Printers

Gallery at St Martins

Hayward / Oyler


Golding Young

Maggie Dean

Nadin Drawing

The High Sheriff Award

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Lincolnshire Artists
Since 1906