The 2023 Summer Exhibition

FRIDAY 12 MAY - SATURDAY 24 JUNE
OPENING WEEKEND

Friday 12th May ~ 10am to 4 pm
Saturday 13th May ~ 10am to 6.30 pm
Sunday 14th May ~ 10am to 6.30 pm

OPEN THEREAFTER

Wednesday to Saturday
10am to 4pm
We are always happy to see visitors by appointment

We are absolutely delighted to be exhibiting an important group of works by Jill Berelowitz, one of Britain’s most exciting contemporary sculptors. Also exhibiting for the first time are sculptors Lucy Lutyens, Benjamin Lowsley-Williams and Gabriel Risso. Other leading British contemporary stone carvers include: Jonathan Loxley, Paul Vanstone, Dominic Welch, Aly Brown and Jason Mulligan. Complementing these pieces are Jeremy Moulsdale‘s fluid figures and Will Carr‘s mesmeric kinetic works.

 

Within the gallery is a treasure trove of paintings and smaller scale sculpture. The brilliant work of Scottish Colourists Jean B. Martin and Ann Oram are complimented by the dynamic abstract landscapes of the South Downs by John Hitchens. Sussex artist Lucy Powell returns from a trip to Southern Italy with lyrical landscapes. Exhibiting for the first time is Sam Rudd whose portrayal of the English countryside has echoes of the British Romantics. Sarah Bowman‘s luscious garden paintings and Sigrid Muller‘s exquisite still lives echo the natural setting of ┬áthe gallery. We have new work by gallery favourites; Jemma Powell, Vivienne Williams, Jo Aylward and St Ives artists Liz Hough, Gareth Edwards and Rachel Reeves. Not to mention David Cass with part of his installation ‘Where Once the Waters Were’ shown at the 2022 Venice Biennale.

ALL ARTISTS
PAINTING HIGHLIGHTS
INDOOR SCULPTURE
GARDEN SCULPTURE