We are delighted to announce our brand new exhibition TideLine, full of new and exciting work.  Over the last two years Nolitex members have been taking inspiration from our coastline and expressing our thoughts and reactions in a new body of work that encompasses not only fabric, but mixed media, felt, paper, knitting, and 3D art.

On The Strand by Liz Welch

Approaches are varied; inspiration coming from natural and man-made coastal environments, as well as personal and childhood memories. Political and environmental issues collide with delicate stitching and experimental materials. 

Rip Tide by Mary Whittaker

Sam Scorer Gallery in Drury Lane, Lincoln is a lovely gallery to view an exhibition, and we are pleased to be able to return there to launch our latest body of work.

The gallery is situated very close to the Cathedral and the Castle, which makes it ideal for a day trip venue.  We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery; members of Nolitex will always be on hand to answer any queries you may have.

There will be hand-made cards, postcards and portfolio pieces for sale alongside the artwork.

For those that like a permanent reminder of the wide variety of work on display, we have a CD catalogue with 94 images of work from the exhibition plus statements by the artists explaining the inspiration for their work.  Amazing value at £5.  If you would like one, please email enquiries@rarebird.ltd.uk .

If you can make it to the gallery, your journey will be well rewarded with a fascinating diversity of contemporary textile art reflecting some of the aspects of our varied coastline.

There is parking not too far away, and the gallery has disabled access.

The exhibition will tour; dates and venues will be announced when confirmed.


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