Spring Art Exhibitions

If you have artistic leanings there’s plenty to enjoy around Morecambe Bay over the next few weeks…


In Morecambe and Carnforth….



Lin Dean – By The Bay Art Exhibition

24 March – 12 May

Stone Jetty Cafe, Marine Rd W, Morecambe LA4 4BU

Morecambe Artist Colony presents an exhibition of Lin Dean’s art created from driftwood washed up on the beaches of Morecambe Bay.



Graham Dean – Other People’s Art

6 April – 11 May

Morecambe Library, Central Dr, Morecambe LA4 5DL

From Merseyside to Gateshead, the north of England is home to some of the country’s most iconic public art. This exhibition takes a different look at some of the public art in the north – including Morecambe’s Tern project.

The library is closed on Sundays.

Further information: 0300 123 6703


Lynda Braithwaite – Art Exhibition


Link Gallery, Carnforth Station, LA5 9TR

This new exhibition in the ‘Link’ Gallery features the art work of one of Carnforth Station’s volunteers, Lynda Braithwaite. Open daily from 10.00 – 16.00, the exhibition runs until the end of June.


From Silverdale to Lancaster….


“Woodwell, Silverdale” Exhibition

Runs for 6 months from 28 March

The Sun Hotel and Bar, Church Street, Lancaster, LA1 1ET

British v​isual artist and renowned water-colourist Ian Gardner displays his latest collectio​n of work in his home town of Lancaster at The Sun Hotel and Bar on Church Street.

His new work focuses on Woodwell in Silverdale, where the Freehold-born artist first visited as child, and encompasses paintings and drawings inspired by the beautiful landscape.



In Lancaster and Halton….


Mezzanine: Class Art

24 Mar – 28 Apr 2018

Halton Mill, LA2 6ND

Exhibition of work by students from Janet Robinson’s Art classes, run in the Arts and Crafts room, part of Lunelab Makerspace at Halton Mill.



Jenny Drinkwater – Fake Scape Exhibition

26 March – 14 April (closed Sundays)

The Thomas Storey Room, The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster LA1 1TH

Introdu​cing a new series of artwork from visual artist Jenny Drinkwater including photography, painting and mixed-media assemblage using the landscape and elements from the natural and urban worlds as the basis for her investigations.​


Turner & the Picturesque

24 March – 3 June

Lancaster Maritime Museum, Custom House, St George’s Quay, Lancaster LA1 1RB

Come and marvel at J.M.W. Turner’s ‘Picturesque views in England and Wales. It is arguably the finest and most ambitious series of British topographical engravings ever produced on copper.

Free admission for local residents or £3 adults, £2 concessions. (Includes entry to Maritime Museum)


Something Called Home Exhibition

16 March – 14 April

King Street Studios, 5A King St, Lancaster LA1 1JN

This exhibition is an eclectic mix of paintings, print, sculpture drawing and constructions from National and International artists and their individual response to the intensely emotive and sensitive subject of what it might mean to feel and be at home. Open Thursdays 5pm – 7pm, Friday & Saturday 11am – 5.30pm