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Art exhibitions

For more than 40 years, the Loft Theatre has hosted artists who wish to exhibit their work in the lounge areas of the theatre.

All are welcome to view the exhibitions, free of charge, when the theatre is open to the public during the run of a Loft production.

Artist Quarter by Lionel S. Bull
Artist Quarter
by Lionel S. Bull

Until July 2015 we are featuring an exhibition of work by artist Lionel S. Bull

Lionel S. Bull was born in Coalville, Leicestershire and moved with his parents at an early age to live in Longford, Coventry. He attended Foxford School, and at the age of fourteen was awarded a scholarship for two years to the Coventry Art School. After two years with the Royal Engineers in North Africa, he continued his apprenticeship as an electrician and became a Freeman of the City of Coventry.

Later he joined the Coventry Art Guild, eventually becoming Chairman for a few years, and also became a member of the Coventry and Warwickshire Society of Artists. At present he is a member of the Baginton Art Group.

Lionel enjoys painting in all mediums; his main subjects are buildings and architecture in landscapes. His style has developed over the years by incorporating the lines of perspective into the pictures, giving movement as rays of light and the colours in the sky reflect on various objects below.

Lionel’s work has been exhibited widely, at venues including Olympia, London; Warwick Castle; the Chester Galleries; Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry; Gallery 150, Leamington; and previously at the Loft in 2014.

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Updated: 24 May 2015