LAN Open exhibition 2015

After the success of the last Lancashire Artists Network Open exhibition, we are pleased to announce it is back again. Organised once again in collaboration with Oxheys Mill Studios, the exhibition promises a vibrant and diverse selection of work by local and Lancashire-based artists. Open Fridays & Saturdays 12-3pm 26th June – 19 September

Further details Summer 2015 Open poster  Entry forms for submissions at Oxheys website. Private view Thursday 25th June 6-8pm – all welcome

Update: this exhibition has now been extended until 27th September to be part of the new Lancashire Festival planned to take place in Preston over that weekend.

Hand-in’s 2015 LAN Open exhibition


Submissions 13th-14th Jun 12-3pm

Lancashire Artists Network and Oxheys Mill Studios are pleased to invite submissions for the 2015 Open exhibition.

Local artists, members of Lancashire Artists Network and ArtLab Contemporary Print Studios are all invited to participate.

The exhibition, themed around ideas of ‘change’ is open to artists in all media, 2D 3D and also performance.

Alongside the exhibition will be a small Art Market in which a diverse selection of small 2D and 3D art and craft items, greeting cards etc will be available for sale.

Details Summer 2015 Open – submissions

Submission details for all 2D/3D artists interested in participating are available to download LAN Exhibition-T&Cs 2015

Private view Thurs 25th June 6-8pm

Exhibition runs 26th Jun- 19th Sep 12-3pm Fri & Sat

Oxheys Mill Studios Stanhope St, Preston PR1 7PN

Country Matters in Gallery at Brockholes

Gallery at Brockholes

The Art & Craft Guild of Lancashire have moved gallery shop from Burscough Wharf.

We are now Gallery at Brockholes, Brockholes Visitor Village & Nature Reserve, Junction 31, M6 – brown signed, Samlesbury (A59), near Preston, PR5 0AG. Continue reading

Elements in Gallery at the Wharf

Our new selling exhibition Elements is installed in the gallery. It is a good example of the different way artists and designers can interpret a theme

There are pieces using elements as inspiration, copper being one of them. Others have thought of it as weather with scenes depicting the seasons or the earth, water, air and fire as elements. Continue reading