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GALLERY • FRAMING • LIFE DRAWING
Lindsell Art Gallery has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Admission is free and all prices are clearly shown, ranging from a only few pounds for a small painting or craft item to three, possibly four, figures for larger items and we accept all the popular credit and debit cards – and we'll offer you coffee too!
ARTS AND CRAFTS
Our prices are good, we have a large range of mouldings and mount boards, frames are sealed against insects and work is normally ready in a week AND currently we have a conditional 10 per cent discount on all framing.
To encourage better draughtsmanship John holds well attended weekly Life Drawing sessions in the gallery.
Our location: we are in the small village of Lindsell in the peace and quiet of the beautiful north-west Essex countryside, near Thaxted, Dunmow and Stansted Airport.
GALLERY and FRAMING WORKSHOP OPENING TIMES
11 to 4 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
LIFE DRAWING every Thursday evening from 7.30 to 9.30
• Credit and debit cards welcomed
OUR SPRING SHOW OF NEW ART STARTS ON SATURDAY 5th APRIL
The gallery is full of great ideas from all our artists. Original paintings and prints, unique hand-made jewellery, glass and woodcraft, bronzes and greetings cards.
Improve your drawing – come to Drop-in Life Drawing in the gallery, every Thursday evening from 7.30 to 9.30.
We need a few more artists to come and draw.
Join our support group, FLAG. See the 'Friends' page.
You can now follow Hayley on Twitter: @LindsellArtGall
SADLY, KATE, WHO APPEARS ON OUR VIDEO, IS NO LONGER WITH US. AFTER BEING ILL FOR A WHILE SHE DIED IN HOSPITAL IN 2012.
AND FINALLY . . . COFFEE FOR CHARITY
Our three current tins have recently been counted and the breakdown of money raised is:
£1881.94 for Spinal Research (current)
£120.48 for Farleigh Hospice
£3752.67 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (current)
£2249.32 for St Clare West Essex Hospice
£856.68 for Essex Air Ambulance (current)
Making a total to date of £8861.09
and the tins are now full again.