This year our artists will be located in the following venues:-

Grantham Museum - upstairs (lift available please ask staff)

Why not take a look around the museum while you are there.  There are drinks and snacks available with a discount if you bring your own mug!

https://www.granthammuseum.org.uk/

 

From the museum take a walk along the high street to see photographs by Emilie Nunn en route to St Wulfram's Church.  (Please also note that Sunday afternoon Grantham House gardens https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/grantham-house are open to the public so you might like to pay a visit on your way to the church)

 

At St Wulfram's Church artist can be found on the left of the main entrance

Opening times are a little shorter due to a wedding on the Saturday and services on Sunday - please check brochure for details.  Drink and snacks available when cafe is open.

http://www.stwulframs.org.uk/

From here take a stroll back into town to The Garden Yard opposite ASDA.  Here you will find a cafe and garden centre with some outdoor art from steel sculptures to murals https://www.thegardenyard.co.uk/about-us/.  Perhaps take a break in this oasis of calm and have a brew and some delicious cake before heading towards North Parade.

 

Paul Letchworth has opened his studio to the public (Satuday Only) at 49 North Parade.  A chance to see a working artist's studio and talk to him about his work.

Once you've seen Paul's excellent work, Grantham Tennis Club, upstairs you'll find the Blue Owl Art showing the Kith Collective's recent work. This is open to members and non members alike.  There is also a cafe serving drinks and hot meals.

http://www.blueowlart.co.uk/

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