Miscellany 3

SoCo Miscellany 3

14 Nov – 26 Nov
Open evening: 18 Nov, 6.30 – 8.30pm

SoCo Artists is a group of professional artists, based in East Sussex, presenting a challenging programme of exhibitions, public arts, events and talks in an eclectic range of venues, taking their work to a wide and varied audience.

Miscellany 3 is SoCo Artists’ third annual show to be held at the gallery. The exhibition is in effect a members show, renowned for bringing together the work of this highly talented group of artists, representing a wide range of style and media.

www.soco.org.uk

Miscellany 3 flyer

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In The Light of Surrealism ‘2’

Exhibition runs from 8 Aug – 3 Sepplaying-with-fire-Jo-Welsh-200x200
Private View: 11 Aug, 6.30 – 8.30pm

The exhibition will show the range of work currently being undertaken by selected artists and makers who use Surrealism, even if unconsciously, as a basis for their ideas and intentions. Few artists today would describe themselves as a Surrealist and yet may well acknowledge elements of Surrealism in their work.

All work will incorporate the essence of the unexpected with elements that have a thought provoking take on reality.

Curated by artist Jo Welsh the exhibition includes works by Brian Catling RA, Gus Cummins RA, Kathleen Fox, Jane Hoodless, Antony Penrose, Katherine Reekie, Jo Redpath, Tim Riddihough, Mick Rooney RA and Jacob Welsh.

Hastings Arts Forum
36 Marina
St Leonards on Sea
TN38 0BU

+44 (0)1424 201 636
info@hastingsartsforum.co.uk
www.hastingsartsforum.co.uk

Rye Society of Artists Summer Show

Hello I would like to invite you to Rye Society of Artists Summer Show. I will be exhibiting 4 paintings. Hope you can come along.

RSA Summer Show 5th – 27th August 2017
This summer’s show will take place at:
THE DANCE HALL
AT RYE COMMUNITY CENTRE,
CONDUIT HILL,
RYE TN31 7LE
Open every day from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

The exhibitions feature members’ work from professional local artists. There is also an open submission to the Summer Exhibition for anyone living within a fifteen mile radius of Rye.RSA_Summer_Exhibition_2017_poster

SoCo Showcase 2

SoCo Showcase 2 at the Hastings Arts Forum

13 Jun – 25 JuneShow case flyer

Opening times Tuesday -Sunday 11am-5pm
Private View: 16 Jun, 6.30 – 8.30pm

The East Sussex based group, SoCo Artists, initiated this project last year as an opportunity for members to develop a new body of work or show work from their ongoing practice, in a curated exhibition.

The selected artists for SoCo Showcase 2 are Lynne Bingham, Sally Cole, Jean Davey-Winter, Jill Hartman, Adrienne Hunter, Gillian Metcalfe, Carly Ralph, Katherine Reekie, David Reeve, Helen Scalway and Suzy Watts. Expect a broad range of work including drawing, installation, painting, collage and textiles. www.soco.org.uk

Hastings Arts Forum
36 Marina
St Leonards on Sea
TN38 0BU

+44 (0)1424 201 636
info@hastingsartsforum.co.uk
www.hastingsartsforum.co.uk

The Rye Society of Artists at Rye Art Gallery Exhibition 2017

The Rye Society of Artists at Rye Art Gallery Exhibition 2017 I will be showing  4 paintings in this excellent annual exhibition.

UnsustainableSaturday 25th March to Sunday 23rd April
Rye Art Gallery, 107 High Street, Rye TN31 7JE
01797 222433
Open daily 10.30am – 5pm. Sunday and Bank Holidays 11am – 4pm
This is the 3rd year we have collaborated with RAG with a Spring Exhibition and we
are pleased to be working with Rye Art Gallery again. We look upon the show as a
warm up for our major Summer Exhibition which will take place at the Dance Hall,
Community Centre, Rye in August as usual.
The spring show will feature a selection of members works – all for sale.

The Jane Eyre Project

I will be exhibiting two new works in this group show.
Hastings Arts Forum Gallery
36 Marina
St Leonards on Seatrekking-in-the-woods
TN38 0BU +44 (0)1424 201 636
21 Feb – 5 Mar
Private View: 24 Feb, 6.30 – 8.30pm
This exciting show has been developed in parallel with The Explore the Arch theatrical ‘House of the Heroine’ event taking place over the same time period.  The exhibition of artists’ individual interpretations of Jane Eyre will evolve over the two weeks through changing both the work and the format and will include artists working on site.Jane Eyre will be on the school curriculum next year so as well as our general audience there will be group visits from schools and colleges. The exhibition will be multidisciplinary and mixed media. It will also be showing in both galleries.