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Summer in Margate

The Summer Exhibition is now open at Lombard Street Gallery and features new work by Hugh Ribbans, Dawn Cole and Kate Samuels – read our latest Newsletter here

Lombard Street Gallery Margate Summer Exhibition

May Day Bank Holiday

Don’t forget that we’ll be open on May Day, Monday 2 May from 12 to 4pm – call in to see ‘Traces’ the exhibition by popular artist and printmaker Ruth McDonald, pick up a card, or choose a gift from our carefully selected range…see you soon…

Spring is here

and to celebrate we have a new exhibition in the Gallery – Traces by Ruth McDonald – call in to view the prints and panels created by Ruth in her studio in Boughton under Blean and inspired by the woodland and seascape which surround her in KentLombard Street Gallery Margate Ruth McDonald studio Boughton under Blean

Easter Opening Hours

EASTER OPENING HOURS

Good Friday – 25 March – OPEN from 12noon to 4pm
//Easter Saturday – 26 March – OPEN from 11am to 5pm
//Easter Sunday – 27 March – CLOSED
//Easter Monday – 28 March – OPEN from 12noon to 4pm

Lombard Street Gallery Margate art easter

 

Artist Talk: Gail Brodholt 12 March 2016

Gail Brodholt will be in Lombard Street Gallery on Saturday 12 March 2016 to give a talk about her work.  Discover how Gail has made her mark in the world of printmaking, created award winning artwork and built a devoted following of collectors.This event is scheduled to co-incide with POW! Thanet International Women’s Week (POW stands for Power of Women), a Thanet wide initiative of arts related events, talks and workshops which are open to all. Spaces are limited book here or call in to the Gallery to reserve your seat.
The talk is expected to last for 40 minutes, followed by an opportunity to ask questions.  After this there will be an informal meet the artist, an opportunity to view the work and have a glass of wine.

Lombard Street Gallery Margate Gail Brodholt linocut Home before dark

Gail Brodholt: Home Before Dark

This talk supports the exhibition From The City to The Sea by Gail Brodholt and Louise Davies

Winter Opening Hours

We look forward to welcoming you in the Gallery.

Click through for our Winter Opening days and times

 

Open Wednesday to Sunday throughout January until Sunday 7 February 2016
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11am to 5pm
Sunday 12noon to 4pm

Additionally open from Tuesday 9 February 2016
Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 5pm
Sunday 12noon to 4pm

Use Own Art for your Christmas shopping in the Gallery

Visit the Gallery and use Own Art to combine all your purchases and spread the cost over 10 months with an interest free loan.  Lombard Street Gallery has been selected for Own Art, an Arts Council backed initiative.

Own Art can be used for the purchase of any kind of contemporary art or craft from paintings and drawings to sculpture and ceramics, plus much more…select your gifts within the gallery and apply for Own Art if their combined value is over £100…by shopping with us you are supporting local and small businesses, designers, makers and artists…

 

We’ve branched out for Half Term: Andy Tuohy exhibition

We were delighted to be invited by Visit Thanet to mount an exhibition in their Visitor Information Centre at The Droit House in Margate and have installed artwork by Andy Tuohy for visitors to view.

Please call in and see the exhibition until Sunday 1 November 2015 between 10am and 5pm

Visitor Information Centre
The Droit House
Stone Pier
Margate   CT9 1JD

Andy Tuohy creates retro inspired original artworks of architecture, landmarks, locations and objects.  His images are produced as limited edition giclee prints and posters, as well as merchandise including bags, notebooks and pencil cases.  Andy has recently had his second book, A to Z Great Film Directors published, following the success of his first volume Ato Z Great Modern Artists.

During  the summer of 2015, Turner Contemporary held their block buster exhibition of work by Grayson Perry and in tribute Andy created a new Great Modern Artist image of Grayson Perry…the photo shows Andy holding the work alongside Lombard Street Gallery owner, Janet Williams