Bingham artist Margaret Sibley will be showing her paintings in the Guildhall from this week although she has had to change the room in which they will be exhibited.
The retired teacher will now exhibit her work in the Newton Room and it will be on show to the public from Thursday (March 14) until March 27. Her work includes watercolours, acrylics, pastels and pen and inks. There is a variety of themes from landscapes to architectural scenes and animals. There are more than 20 paintings on show including a montage of places in Grantham, railway stations, and birds including a kingfisher and an owl. All the paintings will be on sale.