Following extensive refurbishment the Dreamland Cinema building has been returned to its former glory, complete with neon signs and lighting and artist Andy Tuohy has been inspired to create this image of the building at night to extend his Thanet series.
Built in 1819 to house a twelve bell peel made at the Whitechapel Bell Foundry which was too big for the local church, Waterloo Tower in the grounds of Quex Park in Birchington-on-Sea commemorates Wellington’s men. Designer and illustrator Andy Tuohy perfectly captures the history of the tower in a new artwork available from Lombard Street Gallery, with animals from the dioramas making an appearance in the grounds.
The companion Thanet images include Lido, Cliftonville and the Broadstairs Lift.
Each image is available in an edition of 100, signed and stamped by the artist at £175 unframed and £255 framed for the Dreamland Cinema, Margate image and £160 unframed, £240 framed for the others. Take advantage of Own Art, an Arts Council initiative to spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months
We are delighted to be co-hosting the Summer Exhibition of United Society of Artists, which will take place in our gallery and at Pie Factory Margate from Saturday 17 to Sunday 25 June 2017.
The Society is defined by a diversity and openness to ideas. This is what makes it so welcoming to new artists and always makes for an exciting and eclectic mix of styles and media. This exhibition is jointly hosted with Pie Factory Margate.
Any exhibition of work by UA members is always an exciting and eclectic mix of artistic media. Styles range from representational to abstraction and conceptual. UA members cover a diverse range of approaches including figurative, impressionist and expressionist. This diversity and openness to ideas is what helps to make the UA distinctive in character and so welcoming to new artists.
The exhibition currently in the Gallery – Fiona Fouhy: Explorations in Chalk has received reviews from Thanet Extra and Printmaking Today
There are just a few tickets left for this event…Fiona Fouhy will be in the Gallery on Saturday 11 March from 2.30 to 3.30pm to discuss her new exhibition Scratching the Surface: Explorations in Chalk – this is a FREE TICKETED event – so please reserve your place here.
Read more about the exhibition, talk and associated walk here
Happy New Year from us at Lombard Street Gallery
find us in Margate Old Town, we’re open Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 5pm and Sunday & Bank Holidays 12 to 4pm (closed on Monday)
Christmas Eve, Saturday 24 December: 11 to 2pm
Wednesday 28, Thursday 29, Friday 30 December: 11am to 5pm
Monday 2 January: 11am to 5pm
From 3 January we will return to our regular hours
Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 5pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays 12 noon to 4pm
We’re really excited to have new prints in the Gallery by Laura Boswell, Fiona Fouhy and Graham Evernden please call in to take a look…
This is the second of three weekends in which you have the opportunity to visit Artists’ Open Houses 2016. A number of venues are open in Margate Old Town and this is a chance to call in to meet the artists and discuss their work.
At Lombard Street Gallery we will be featuring the work of ceramicists, including Bridget McVey and Creatively Occupied who imbue their work with influences from the world around them and create pieces to use, handle and enjoy
Pop in to Lombard Street Gallery this weekend for the start of Artists’ Open Houses 2016. Spread over the course of three weekends (15/16, 22/23 and 29/30 October) this is an opportunity to gain a personal insight into how artists work by visiting them in their own studios around East Kent.
At Lombard Street Gallery we will be featuring the work of ceramicists, including Jane Adams and Karen Thompson who both approach their practice with humour and skill producing thought provoking and engaging work