Louth Collective artists show off their varied work in the town

A NEWLY formed group of artists known as The Louth Collective will be permanently based in Damian Furlong’s The Louth Gallery at 23–25, Upgate, Louth.

Their work will be displayed during every last week of the month, with the exception of the Christmas exhibition being held from November 22 until December 6.

The Collective came together as a working group as they felt that their work and individual styles complimented each other’s so well.

The group is made of three professional 2D artists acrylic and mixed media painter Tina Robson, oil painter Jan Jeans and collage artist May Jones plus two professional 3D artists glass blower, Lynn Baker and jeweller Kim Gibson, formerly of York.

A different guest artist will be invited to show alongside the group each month.

The first guest is Bill Dixon, a professional painter in oils.

The Louth Gallery is always open for browsing and if you wish to buy then there is a wide range of choice due to the superb mix of 2D and 3D work available.

The artists will also display a good range of their own greetings cards.

Whilst the main exhibitions occupy the last week of every month, there will be a sample of each artist’s work present in the gallery and Damian will always be happy to contact the artist for you.

The first show opens at lunchtime on Thursday, August 23.