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Updated: Apr 22, 2021

Glenda Gibson, besides being an artist painting colour landscapes in oils, she is the curator of Kooroon Gallery. www.kooroon.com Kooroon has been exhibiting local and visiting artist since 2016 and now uses an artist space called The Old Sorting House www.theoldsortinghouse.com Covid restrictions has meant over a year of disappointed artist and art lovers but Kooroon will be open on 30 April at 11am. Glenda is exhibiting her own body of work initially. Over Lockdown she has explored various materials and creative ideas. She has also done some online study with abstract artists and arts business people. This resulted in her moving her studio to another room in her home. Its a more studio dedicated space after some rearrangement and decorating. In the midst of all this some truly exciting works of art have been created. They will be for sale at Kooroon, 11am to 4pm, 30th April, 1st, 3rd 7th and 8th May. Anyone and everyone is very welcome to visit to have a look and a chat with Glenda who will be at the Gallery the whole time in her role as curator.


Glenda Gibson is an Australian who lives and exhibits in Bottesford, Leicestershire which is just down from Belvoir Castle and The Engine Yard. It is only 16 miles from Nottingham and an hours drive from Lincoln. Just 7 miles from Grantham in Lincolnshire. Bottesford has a train station and bus service. A day trip our to Bottesford could include, visiting an extraordinary Anglican church with one of the tallest and beautiful spires in the country. There are works of art in the church form several periods, including Tudor statues, alabaster monuments, medieval stained glass windows, a faint medieval mural and more. www.stmarysbottesford.co.uk Bottesford has two pubs, two restaurants, local shops, and cafes. So there is plenty to do after you have enjoyed the art at Kooroon Gallery.


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