The Society holds an annual exhibition each year at the Geest Gallery in Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding. All members can exhibit.

See below the link for photos of our successful 2019 exhibition.

We may also have other exhibitions at other venues during the year and we are pioneering virtual exhibitions to run along side some of our establised exhibitions including exhibitions showing members artwork submitted for society competitions and events.

See the link below.

Photos of older exhibitions can be seen in the Exhibition Gallery

Virtual Lockdown Exhibition can be seen in the 

Virtual Exhibition Gallery

         Art in the Garden - August 2021

Springfields Horticultural Society gave us the opportunity to display copies of members paintings in the Springfields Festival Gardens, Spalding. The exhibition can be viewed virtually. see below.

Click here to go to the exhibition

We also have an online gallery of members' paintings. Any member wishing to have a page in the gallery should send a good photo of one of their paintings plus the title and medium, and a few details about themselves to Stuart email slmartin131@gmail.com

Members Gallery

Members can also have details of their own exhibitions included on this page. Email Stuart email slmartin131@gmail.com with your details

Spalding Library Exhibition September 2021


Spalding Library Exhibition December 2021


Presenting Exhibits

A few pointers on preparing your paintings for exhibition . . . .

When exhibiting paintings, the way they are presented is important, so please make sure it is framed to a high standard. When busy it is easy to make a mistake, such as leaving off the fixings or card on the back. For paintings behind glass, use clean mounts, and seal with good quality tape on the back. Also dust over the glass andcheck the tape if the work has been hanging elsewhere. Use double mounts for pastels, and remember to paint edges on a box canvas. Work is devalued if not presented properly, so a little attention to detail can result in a sale - hopefully!