Cathedral Quarter
Changing States

  • April 24, 2017 to May 7, 2017
  • 10:00am to 4:00pm

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An exhibition which explores how, with the application of heat, base materials can be transformed into beautiful objects, at the Sam Scorer Gallery in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter.

Glass Artist Lynn Baker & Metal Artist Adrian Stapleton are coming together to curate and create this exhibition.

Adrian comments "Metals have a vast potential to please and surprise. Un-worked they are flat, hard, straight and cold. To take a piece of this industrial material and with heat, hammer and hand transform it is rewarding and challenging. Hot forging has an immediacy and directness, a process I find endlessly fascinating

And of working with glass, Lynn says "I am fascinated by glass. When it is heated, it turns from a solid to a liquid and in its molten state I can pull, push, bend, blow and twist it, meaning I have to think quickly. The possibilities are endless and the results always exciting."

Pay a visit to the Sam Scorer Gallery to see the results of a 1000 degrees of heat.

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Monday 24th April - Sunday 7th May:

  • Daily: 10am - 4pm

Free admission.

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