Wood, Sand, and Stone: Abstract Landscapes by John Hitchens

By Alice Tarplee   ‘Wood – Sand – Stone’ is on display at the Weald and Downland Living Museum, Singleton near Chichester until 30th October 2023, open daily 11am – 3pm.     An exhibition of recent work by John Hitchens has just opened at the Weald and Downland Living Museum, near Chichester. It comprises a […]

Over the Moon Auction

We are very proud to be hosting an art auction for Over the Moon, a local charity that provides financial and emotional support to sick and disabled children and their families. We had a live auction on 9th June where we auctioned David Humphrey’s painting ‘New Laid Summer Hay’ for £2,950. A huge thank you […]

In Conversation with David Cass

David Cass is an artist with a mission. It’s rare to see an artist intertwine their entire oeuvre so closely with one particular theme or issue, but Cass has committed his whole body of work to the issue of climate change.   Hailing from Edinburgh, Cass has been representing the sea in his work for […]

ROSA Summer 2023 Launch & Sculpture Garden Party at Moncrieff-Bray

Thursday 1st June, 3pm – 8pm   We are delighted to be hosting the launch party for the June edition of  ROSA Magazine (review of Sussex Arts) together with the staff and journalists of ROSA.  There will be a tour of the sculpture garden with talks from sculptors Aly Brown and Jeremy Moulsdale, and advice on […]

New Exhibitors

We welcome six outstanding new sculptors to the gallery this summer. Benji Lowsley-Williams uses Purbeck stone quarried from the cliffs close to his Dorset home. These works respect the raw form of the sculpture while exploiting its inner beauty. He creates spatial forms which dramatically exploit the sun and shadows, pieces which transform a garden […]

Jill Berelowitz

Jill Berelowitz arrived in London from South Africa in 1976, having run her own studio in Durban. Over the last 25 years her work has developed in multiple directions and she has been responsible for some major commissions gracing land mark locations in both London and the provinces. Her most recent piece is the spinning Dorchester […]

Creating a Sculpture

Creating a sculpture is a hugely complex, physical process. In the gallery we present the finished object held up as an object of beauty and veneration. Here we explore some of the journey from raw materials to finished object whether it be a stone-carving, a bronze or a piece fabricated from wood or sheet metal. […]