Be part of exhibition in constant progress

Rachel Grainger (right) and Sophie Plachcinski were among those who went along to meet artist Linda Ingham (centre) at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre. (Lin)
Rachel Grainger (right) and Sophie Plachcinski were among those who went along to meet artist Linda Ingham (centre) at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre. (Lin)

THE latest exhibition at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre is by artist Linda Ingham.

The exhibition will run until April 30 and features paintings, drawings, objects and artefacts evocative of self-portraiture, place and renewal – a work in constant progress.

And, as always, there was a chance to meet the Cleethorpes-based artist and talk to her about her work.

“I use jet gathered from the beach and silver with the most frequency to grow the basis of drawings,” said Linda.

“The physicality of how one has to use them – with a certain force of sweeping pressure, or a particular ‘scratching’ motion – feels primal, and some have commented that the work has a primacy too.”

Pictured are Rachel Grainger (right) and Sophie Plachcinski were among those who went along to meet artist Linda Ingham (centre) at 28 Plough Hill. (Lin)