11am to 4pm on Friday 4th, Saturday 5th, Friday 11th & Saturday 12th June. Free Entry.
Workshop 1pm to 3pm Saturday 12th June £20.
Kooroon Gallery fills our 3 exhibition spaces with sumptuous paintings by Lincoln based abstract artist Lynda Taylor.
Inspired by everything around her, Linda sees things in everyday life and incorporates it into her paintings. Vibrant colour always plays a big part in her life and always in her paintings making them fun, jolly and whimsical.
Abstract art is about a feeling or a thought rather than painting some thing. It is varied and captivates in an individual way. Lynda rarely begins with and exact plan. Intuition always takes over and she paints what she feels in the moment trusting her inner wisdom and then the magic happens. Vibrant colour always plays a big part in her life and always in her paintings making them fun jolly and whimsical. Her chosen medium is Acrylics but always with a dash of something else.
There will be over 30 paintings on display, from small to large including some very large works all to view and buy.
Ticket to Joy: On Saturday 12 June, starting at 1pm until 3pm, Lynda will be running a paint along style workshop where you can copy her lead and create your own abstract artwork. Come and have fun with abstract expression. Cost is £20 and booking is via Glenda Gibson of Kooroon Gallery. firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 11am to 4pm on Friday 30 April, Saturday 1 May, Bank Holiday Monday, Friday 7 and Saturday 8 May
Kooroon Gallery reopens with a dynamic solo exhibition of work by Glenda Gibson on 30 April 11am to 4pm. Intense colour and dynamic brush work are hallmarks of Glenda’s oil paintings. She has developed her mark making over lockdown and has over 20 works to show along with cards and small pieces. Glenda’s joy in applying paint is evident in her colour filled pieces and sings forth from her landscapes, abstracts and figurative paintings. Glenda is also the curator of Kooroon Gallery and will be available to discuss her work throughout the exhibition.
Glenda is excited by colour and she paints things so she has something to hang her colour on.
A fellow artist and writer, Jill Pompa, commented that Glenda’s art is “Colour and kindness and Faith.”
The exhibition is free to visit. Current Covid rules for shops apply. Kooroon Gallery can take cash and card payments for purchases.
Glenda will also be running workshops in July for adults and over the summer for children. To find out more check out her webpage www.glendagibson.com or Glenda Gibson Artist on FaceBook and Instagram.
10 artists and makers are taking part in the Kooroon Gallery Christmas event this year, offering fabulous decorations, cards and unique gift ideas for every budget.
Archive Crafts fills Foyer with shiny delights in the form of pewter mirrors and unique hand crafted jewelry. Printmaker artist Donna Drouin brings this years new range of hand printed cards, which can be turned into gift boxes and decorations.
Gallery curator and artist Glenda Gibson exhibits vibrant oil paintings, large and small and new-to-the-gallery sculptor Mark Hodson brings the smaller of his bespoke metal sculptures and decorations.
Back by popular demand are ceramics by Finola Delamere and Kooroon regular PollyWhistle with her newly finished individual textile angels. Look out too for a brand new range of crisp, bold tea towels printed from artist Vanessa Stone’s landscapes.
Three T’s and Me aka Dian Harrison launches her new journals. Ros Willis brings colourful textile book covers and other hand embroidered textiles treats, whilst husband Roger offers a beautiful selection of wrought iron roses and more.
This year also sees emerging crafter Kit of Kit Nacks exhibit for the very first time. Check out her very Christmassy giddies including hand made pine cone wreaths and gnomes.