Life in Lincolnshire is depicted in gallery

LINCOLNSHIRE life has been immortalized in artwork by many local artists at a Sleaford gallery.

The Carre Gallery, in Carre Street, will be hosting an exhibition for the second year running with the theme of Lincolnshire Community and Life.

This year has attracted exhibits in a variety of styles, including textiles, oils, acrylic, pencil, linocut, watercolour and photography with subjects ranging from the light-hearted to serious, with images of people relaxing, working or merely surviving in the county.

One such piece of art is Robin Hall’s ‘Passing Time in Sleaford’, which is a painting of a group of senior gentlemen relaxing on a bench, while Frank Edmonds shows a slice of village life with photographs of a local fete.

Gallery Director Christopher Hodgson said: “It’s a pleasure to see a wide range of interpretations of ‘Lincolnshire Community and Life’ and we are 
extremely grateful to 
McKinnells Solicitors for supporting this locally-themed event.”

The exhibition is open until October 13 from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday.