Gill & Elaine welcome you to Abbey Walk Gallery

Gill and Elaine

Abbey Walk Gallery featuring an exciting & diverse rolling programme of Contemporary & Modern art.

Abbey Walk Gallery in Grimsby

Gallery 1 exhibition space hosting shows from selected local national and international artists.

Gallery 2 exhibition space hosting art work from Abbey Walk Galleries resident artists.

Workshops varied programme of workshops exploring a wide variety of media.

Studios professional well equipped spaces to licence to artists

Lightlines: A day of talks by internationally renowned artists working in installation and digital media

Lightlines: A day of talks by internationally renowned artists working in installation and digital media

Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night 1 July - 8 August

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Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture
Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture
Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture
Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture
Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture
Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture
Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Religious Art Exhibition
Maggie Cullen - One Summer Warmed Night - Paper Sculpture

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Maggie Cullen's work is figurative, influenced by people, human stories, bizarre behaviours, the folly of living theatre. Working with paper, discarded books, found materials and natural moorland detritus. Paper and woodland debris are in sympathy with the ephemeral, delicate nature of her work. Work that emanates from the topsy turvy ceremonies of everyday life, the daily banal, fused with haphazard beliefs, traditional village ritual and ancient North European Legend. These concepts find expression in the stance of her small , vulnerable figures. Find out more...

Exhibitions are free entry & all ages are welcome unless otherwise stated. Open Tues - Sat 9 - 5pm. Closed for bank holidays.