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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

Jeremy Leigh - The Non Visible Present 20 May - 27 June

Jeremy Leigh, The Non Visible Present, Landscape art Jeremy Leigh, The Non Visible Present, Landscape Art Jeremy Leigh - The Non Visible Present, Landscape art Jeremy Leigh, The Non Visible Present, Landscape art Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverance, Religious Art Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Exhibition Religious art Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Religious Art Exhibition Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Religious Art Exhibition
Jeremy Leigh, The Non Visible Present, Landscape art
Jeremy Leigh, The Non Visible Present, Landscape Art
Jeremy Leigh - The Non Visible Present, Landscape art
Jeremy Leigh, The Non Visible Present, Landscape art
Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverance, Religious Art
Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Exhibition Religious art
Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Religious Art Exhibition
Susan Riemer, Destiny and Deliverence, Religious Art Exhibition

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The exhibition is part of an on-going series of work that began in 2005 related to a specific road and its immediate landscape features. The poem ‘song of the open road’ by Whitman gave an underlying reference to the initial driving force and recently the writing of Robert Macfarlane centred on the sensibilities of travel, journey and movement through landscape. Macfarlane in ‘Landmarks’ explores in part the sense of returning and deepening an understanding of the places constant in our life. Find out more...

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