Lymington

Browse our directory of local Lymington art galleries, artists, events and suppliers and support local art in your community.
Find out more about our members, where they are located, view photos of premises, examples of work, find out where they are exhibiting and the clubs they belong to, click through to their websites, follow them on social media and contact them direct.

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Frame it Picture Framing
From a fine art painting, a drawing, artist’s paintings or sketches, a limited edition print, a family photograph, a fabric print, a diploma or other certificate...or even a funky frame for your WiFi code...they all come to life when in the right frame.
Londesborough House, 34-35 High Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9AF

Trina Hart

The landscape that society offers up is one that is so dynamic, colourful and radiant that at times it is almost impossible to grapple with the creative juices and decide which way to go.

Lymington, Hampshire

Arty Paints
Every Thursday evening at the Lymington Community Centre art studio, from 7.30 - 9.30pm, we have a group of arty folk enjoying space to create! Come along and join in the fun.
Art Studio, The Lymington Community Centre, Lymington SO41 9BQ

Marion Royle | Hampshire

Marion has a BA(Hons) Degree in Fine Art. Her background is in Arts education.

Pennington, Lymington, Hampshire

Coastal Gallery
Coastal Gallery is a leading independent contemporary art gallery, situated in Lymington in the New Forest.
4 Southampton Road Lymington Hampshire SO41 9GG

Salt Marsh Gallery Lymington
The Salt Marsh Gallery is new to Lymington for 2017. You will get a warm welcome from Ed and Tanya Ingleton who run the gallery where you can then see their edited collection inspired by their coastal surroundings.
18A St Thomas Street, Lymington SO41 9NB

Art @ Stanwell House
Art in the Garden is a new outdoor art event by The Local Art Scene. Working with local venues, The Local Art Scene can create venue specific outdoor art exhibitions.
Forthcoming dates to be confirmed
14-15 High Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9AA

Art in the Garden URC
21 September
High Street, Lymington

Matt Hill | Hampshire

Painting from observation, memory and feeling, I use the natural world as my inspiration and rework what I see - often into abstracted mark, line and colour.

Lymington, Hampshire

Jules Carpenter Ceramics

Jules makes wheel thrown and hand built pottery - functional tableware and one-off studio pieces. Working predominately with stoneware clay and mid-range glazes.

Empty Bowls Lymington
Lymington Empty Bowls 2019 is a fundraising event for New Forest Basics Bank, which provides food for those in need.
2020 Dates to be confirmed
Various Venues

Fraggle

The uniqueness of my work comes from combining the unpretentious beauty of textile craft techniques with the sophistication of fine art.

Lymington, Hampshire

Lymington Arts Group Annual Exhibition
The Lymington Arts Group annual exhibition is being held in the Masonic Hall, off Lymington High Street. View art for sale on display by local members.
25 May - 1 June
Masonic Hall, High Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9AA

Mike Robinson | Isle of Wight

A life long photographer who got distracted by a career in advertising moved to the Isle of Wight in 2016 to live on his boat at Newport. Having sold it he’s now turned to develop a unique approach to portrait photography.

Transition

My oil paintings emerge spontaneously through an exploration of colour, energy and form on the canvas itself. The evolution of the painting for me is like a journey of discovery which takes many twists and turns along the way.

The Local Art Gallery Setley
The Local Art Scene Gallery is an outdoor pop up community art gallery

Manta Ray by Andy Baerselman

Andy lives and works in Lymington. After leaving Brockenhurst College Sixth Form, Andy studied at Rytecotewood College of Agricultural Engineering in Thame, Oxfordshire.

Lymington Art Group
The Lymington Arts Group promotes the enjoyment and appreciation of visual arts and crafts by providing meetings, workshops and outings.
Lymington Community Centre, Cannon Street, Lymington Hampshire, SO41 9BR

St Barbe Musuem
The St Barbe is a dynamic museum and a highly regarded art gallery that appeals to both locals and New Forest visitors.
New Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9BH

Portraits by Andrew Hope
Brockenhurst College offers a variety of different adult art courses at Lymington Community Centre.
Lymington Community Centre, Cannon Street, Lymington Hampshire, SO41 9BR

The Old Lifeboat by Audrey Hammond

Audrey derives inspiration for her beautiful watercolours and pastels from the Cotswold landscape and the coastlines of Dorset, Devon and Hampshire.

Baxter Bradford

Baxter is a freelance photographer. He divides his time between Lymington and Cornwall. The two places constantly inspire his passion for landscape photography.

Lymington, Hampshire

Monet's Garden

Bev’s inspiration is found in the local boatyards and coastal areas, especially with the ephemeral colours, patterns and textures found on boat hulls and boatyard detritus.

Man V Nature

Chris likes painting foliage and ‘the chaotic, messy bits of nature – the bits people walk past or over without noticing’. Working in oils and at life size, Chris has a meticulous eye for detail and a wonderfully quirky view of the world.

Porcelain Vessel

Gail specialised in ceramics and exhibited her work at New Designers in London – the annual showcase for the UK’s top graduate designers.

Abstract 1

The natural environment has always been Joseph’s greatest source of inspiration and motivation.

Lymington Town Life Drawing
A great opportunity for artists who like to work untutored as part of a friendly group, meeting every fortnight.
Studio, Lymington Centre, Cannon Street, Lymington

Palms and Pelicans

Since early 2015 the New Forest dream-pop quartet has been shaking up the UK underground scene with their grunge-injected pop music.

Splash

Sally comes from a family of artists and works from a studio in her garden. Having been a radio presenter and journalist for many years, she began printmaking after moving to the South Coast.

Abstract

Stewart’s stunning metre square canvases take their cue from the colours of the sea and coastline; local fishing boats and beach huts.

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