Beverley Nel

Beverley Nel

Beverley Nel…  I enjoy the challenge of drawing and painting figures and portraits direct from life.  When working from photographs I strive to keep an image alive and fresh as though I had worked directly from life.The narrative of the person, and the moment in...
Hobden

Hobden

Hobden… I was trained in photography, film & TV at London’s LCP in the mid 70s.  Things have changed more than a bit since then! Mostly I worked in higher ed.    On retirement I’ve gone back to media art alongside an interest in textile/fibre...
Jane Cowan

Jane Cowan

Jane Cowan… My background is in sculpture conservation and as a young employee at Lincoln Cathedral in the 1990s I quickly found an affinity between the material of stone, my love of drawing and my training in meticulous detail, leading me to learn to carve...
Sharon Sycamore-Batty

Sharon Sycamore-Batty

Sharon Sycamore-Batty… Sharon is an emerging local artist who only started painting again in 2018 after a long break away from art and more recently in the last 12 months has been concentrating on developing her abstract work based on contemporary design...
Hannah Cawthorne

Hannah Cawthorne

Hannah Cawthorne… I am an eclectic semi-figurative to fully abstract painter working in acrylic and increasingly with collage materials.     My work uses highly saturated colour to represent strong emotions and the  intensity of the inner life of the mind. I...
Sally Kheng

Sally Kheng

Sally Kheng…  My inspiration is the Lincolnshire landscape.    I paint in watercolour with the addition of silk, textiles, threads, text and stitch.   Bright colours are my passion with dramatic perspective and bold lines.    I also paint with acrylic on canvas...
Pete Johnston

Pete Johnston

 Pete Johnston…   I completed a foundation course at Liverpool College of Art and a degree in art at Camberwell School of Art in the mid 80’s.      In 1989 I founded Johnston Killen Design which ran for over 12 years in the centre of London while also...
Karin Christensen

Karin Christensen

Karin Christensen…   As an artist I get inspired by what I see around me, the shape of houses and boats, the beautiful landscape, and also more industrial stuff such as rusty tractors, machinery and things that show wear and tear. Watercolour and ink are my...
Tracey Smith

Tracey Smith

Tracey Smith…   I began painting again after a long break between ending school and retiring from work and took every opportunity I could to attend workshops and courses on painting and drawing.        Mrs Smith and Moo   Painting always offers excitement...
Kevin Wallhead

Kevin Wallhead

Kevin Wallhead       Lincoln artist Kevin Wallhead has been creating his art for twenty one years. “I use traditional drawing techniques to produce contemporary glass images. The human figure is what makes me tick and my work is forever evolving...
Phil Bowman

Phil Bowman

 Phil Bowman  My career as a commercial Screenprinter gave me love of colour and although the work could be repetitive you were still exposed to good graphic images.         In 2000 I left printing and was able to focus more on my painting.          Becoming...
Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor

  Andrew Taylor         I’ve drawn ever since I can remember, from copying the art of Marvel comics or Disney cartoons as a child to eventually studying Fine Art at Lincoln University as a mature student. Drawing has led me a long way and in...
Medina Hammad

Medina Hammad

  Medina Hammad   When I was eighteen I found myself at art college and as soon as I stepped into a studio it felt right. Over the next thirty nine years I moved from painting to sculpture, to collage and drawing and  finally back to painting again.  After...
Szilvia Ponyiczki

Szilvia Ponyiczki

  Lost Stories: A Cross-cultural Visual Response to Identity 3rd -10th October 2020 Surface Gallery is delighted to present Lost Stories, a collaborative exhibition bringing together a cross-cultural visual response from four female artists.   Arit Emmanuela...
ONLINE SHOW – ‘VIRTUAL CONNECTIONS 2020’

ONLINE SHOW – ‘VIRTUAL CONNECTIONS 2020’

    An introduction by LAS Chair – Phil Bowman   Hello everyone and welcome to the Lincolnshire Artists’ Society’s first ever ‘Virtual Exhibition’. I would firstly like to thank Anne Wood for all her hard work putting this exhibition online.   She...
Simon Davies

Simon Davies

I studied Fine Art at Cambridge and Sheffield where I attended Psalter Lane Art College. I lived in Sheffield for about twenty years where I was a member of Yorkshire Artspace and rented a studio at the Leadmill.  I moved to Lincolnshire about twenty years ago and I...
Geoffrey Matthews

Geoffrey Matthews

When I have an idea, it tends to be one I can explore and play out over a series of works. I set simple rules for myself to get started and then gradually learn how to bend and break them. I am not wedded to particular materials or techniques; I tend to work the...
Barrie Brown

Barrie Brown

Barrie Brown   “I started photography at the age of eleven, my first camera being a Brownie 127. Photography at that time was relatively expensive, especially for an eleven year old. The cost of the film, plus developing and printing was more than my weekly...
Helena P-Stylianides

Helena P-Stylianides

Helena P-Stylianides.  I am a sculptor with an affinity for working mainly with wood. Plain and coloured sculptures emerge from a reductive/constructive process. Since the start of my arts practice, I have developed my work by exhibiting, but major work has been...
Anne Harris

Anne Harris

I love creating small paintings and miniatures.    I try to capture the essence of a scene onto a small piece of paper and relish the challenge of capturing the essence of a scene on a small canvas. Landscapes and architecture are my favourite subjects which, I try...
Anne Wood

Anne Wood

  Welcome to my Wild at Heart Studio where I make my paintings… I love working with oils to make colourful pictures.   The process of moving paint around is, for me, an exciting occupation.    My technique is one of creation-destruction-creation as I...
ROSI BAXTER

ROSI BAXTER

W O R D   P E R F E C T Celebrating the essence of life – ebb, flow and all we take for granted. Using a variety of pens, nibs, inks, paints, handmade papers etc. I create both contemporary and traditional lettering, a time consuming and technically demanding practice...
Lyn Lovitt

Lyn Lovitt

Lyn is a Fellow of the Society of Designer Craftsmen and has exhibited her works with them at the Mall Galleries, London. Her ceramic sculptures have won awards and are collected by various clients. The Ropewalk in Barton on Humber has held exhibitions of her work and...
M A Addison – Twink Addison

M A Addison – Twink Addison

I trained in Grimsby, Newcastle and Goldsmiths. M A  Addison. As a cartoonist I’m Twink Addison and as a painter I’m M A Addison.  NEWS FLASH…Here is a poster for my solo show during July in the Louth Riverhead Theatre Gallery….    As a painter...
David Morris

David Morris

David Morris.   I  studied at Leeds College of Art and taught in Hull before moving to Lincolnshire.  I was Lecturer in Ceramics at Grimsby School of Art, a Full Member of the Craftsman Potters Association and ran a pottery studio until I retired from teaching....