The Sussex Arts Collective’s exhibitions are a true expression of the wealth and range of outstanding creative talent we have in our region. This, their first full scale exhibition of the year, brings together work from across their membership. Over 3 artists and crafts people presenting new pieces for 2019 from a broad and eclectic range of work in: sculpture, painting, fine art printmaking, jewellery, ceramics, glass, textiles, photography and wood.
Eloquent Painting - Zan stevenson
Handcrafted Gem Stone and Silver Jewellery - Sandy Hernu
The Exhibition will be open 10 - 4 each day, Sundays 12 - 3.
Friday 19th July - Sunday 28th July.
Sally-Mae’s lively and colourful paintings, prints, cards and linocuts will all have a connection to her daughter Debby Van Dyk who so sadly died of cancer at the age of fourty three in September 2018. The exhibition will be Sally-Mae’s interpretations of local landscapes as Debby and her young family lived here for nearly five years. Sally-Mae will also travel the UK and abroad bringing other sea, rural, city and mountain landscapes to life as a celebration of a wonderful woman.
Take Five with Roger Scott, David Mills, Peter Stafford, John Deller, Liz Scott
A veritable extravaganza of art and craft brought to you throughout December right up until just before Christmas. The Collective will be showcasing high quality work from established and emerging talent and there will be plenty of opportunity to buy unique gifts and treats for the festive season direct from this eminent group of local artists and makers. Quality, diversity and affordability are their guiding principles that have made their shows so popular and highly regarded.
In the ancient and beautiful setting of the Crypt's Undercroft, Simon reflects on Julian's life and times, her difficulties and her hope, including readings from his novel about her, 'The Secret Testament of Julian'. Followed by Q&A.
The natural world and our place within it lie at the centre of Katy Oxborrow’s art. Drawn to ancient sites, where history merges with myth and nature, to the edge where land and sea converge, Katy walks, explores and researches her surroundings, before she paints to reveal her physical and emotional connection to it.
Athena Jane Churchill creates installations and imaginary worlds, bringing together strands of her work in theatre set design, visual art installation, making and curating. Her work invites viewers to step into a world between the real and the imagined and journey within. Inspired by and exploring the relationship between museum collection, archive and created artefacts, her work reflects her fascination with traces of memory in heritage objects, myths and ancient devotional sites.