Lyndsey Ingram – Virtual Exhibition
In light of the current health crisis, Lyndsey Ingram has moved all of the gallery’s activities online. Over the coming months, the gallery will host a series of virtual exhibitions while our physical premises at 20 Bourdon Street is temporarily closed. They are creating a virtual experience that will ensure continuity for the gallery’s program and provide a dynamic platform where our artist’s work can be seen and enjoyed online.
Georgie Hopton & Gary Hume
Hurricanes Hardly Ever Happen | 30th March – 10th April 2020 | Exhibition Highlights
Atlantica | 13th April – 24th April 2020 | Exhibition Highlights
Prints | 27th April – 8th May 2020 | Exhibition Highlights
Harbour Island | 11th May – 22nd May 2020 | Exhibition Highlights
Bring art to your living room with Bastian Gallery’s virtual exhibitions. Head to their website for more information on what’s available.
The Osborne Studio Gallery
Presenting online exhibitions this Spring
In light of the current circumstances, The Osborne Studio Gallery has made their gallery viewing virtual so that all upcoming exhibitions will now be available for you to view online.
Live now is the much-anticipated exhibition by ELIE LAMBERT, an artist drawn to horses at a young age and whose equine fascination is now seen in much of his work.
View ELIE LAMBERT online here, this exhibition concludes on the 9 April.
For any paintings purchased, The Osborne Gallery are happy to keep the items safely and fully insured, until they are in a position to be dispatched and are also offering a delivery service of any purchased painting to your home within the UK.
The OSG also leave us with a brief thought for the day, art can shed light and give us hope, as Hockney has demonstrated in his recent unveiling of his painting titled, ‘Do remember that they can’t cancel the Spring!‘ David Hockney.