Artist Expression Of Interest – How To Exhibit
The Embassy Evening Gallery opened in May 2012 following an “open-call” with an inaugural exhibition of 9 regional artists.
The aim of our programme throughout the year is to be varied, accessible, often challenging and always inspirational – a balance of exhibitions that combine local professional artists and emerging local talent with British and International practitioners is what we aspire to provide.
A balance is also sought in the media content of the work to reflect all aspects of 2D visual art – limited cabinet space is also available for smaller 3D pieces of sculpture, ceramic or glass work.
With an annual footfall of in excess of 150,000 the location within a busy theatre foyer provides artists with one of the largest audiences in the country (outside of the City galleries).
All works are priced for sale – if you are a potential buyer – do not hesitate to ask for assistance.
Malcolm Tait Spring 2016
Earth | Fire | Air | Water
Jennifer Cottis Autumn/Winter 2015
East Coast 7 – Summer 2015
Laura Stamps – Spring 2015
Flower Power – The Art of May Jones – Winter 2014
Wings – Autumn 2014 – The Photography of Des Knock
7 Weeks of Artist Demonstrations – Art on The Map July – Summer 2014
SO Inspired – Summer – Collaborative Exhibition.
Spring 2014 – Coast & Performance – Leszek & Wendy Dabrowski
Winter 2014 – The Bigger Picture – Colour Sketches of Skegness – Malcolm Tait
November 2013 – The Theatre of Photography – Adam Haywood
Finola Delamere – Studio Potter & Ceramic Artist
Lyn Baker – Glass Artist
September 2013 – The Art Of Peter Wood
June 2013 – The Gatekeeper – Contemporary Collaboration Of Lincolnshire Artists
April 2013 – Sean Williams – Artist
February 2013 – In The Spirit Of Trees – John Lincoln
December 2012 – Made In England – The Homecoming
October 2012 – May Jones
August 2012 – Jennifer Cottis
SO Brohemia July 2012
Inaugural Exhibition May 2012