Composites – An exhibition by Hala Sabet – 8th to 20th July 2019

Hala Sabet, adurArtcollective member, will be having a solo exhibition at the Skyway Gallery in Shoreham in July. Influenced by her Egyptian roots and cultural background, Hala Sabet has always been fascinated by Geo-metry (measurement of earth), its origins and how it develops an infinite variety of possibilities and structures. Her work explores the simplicity … Read moreComposites – An exhibition by Hala Sabet – 8th to 20th July 2019

Montague Gallery Artist Naomi Frances

The Montague Gallery in Worthing is currently displaying and selling artwork that has been created by Adur Art Collective artist Naomi Frances. Naomi makes sculptural glass landscapes and beach scenes using a collage of found items from the local beaches and semi-precious stones. Her aim is to make her glass work and her images as … Read moreMontague Gallery Artist Naomi Frances

Montague Gallery

A beautiful arts and crafts gallery in the Montague Quarter, Worthing, between TKMaxx and Macdonalds. All local artist’s works representing many different styles, with artwork for walls, hand-made jewellery, photographs, ceramics, and lots of quirky, original stuff, a real cultural oasis. Nice to see people’s talents on show and not expensive at all. The artists … Read moreMontague Gallery

The May edition of ‘The Artist’ magazine

The May edition of ‘The Artist’ magazine has published an article by Shirley Trevena, ‘A Cartoon a Day.’ It reveals how drawing cartoons has always been part of her life and how by drawing everyday events has helped her loosen up her watercolour painting. Shirley Trevena is a member of the Royal Institute of Painters … Read moreThe May edition of ‘The Artist’ magazine

Exciting Opportunity for Local Artist(s)

Willmott Dixon Construction Limited are currently involved in the new construction in Ham Road Shoreham-by-sea. They are looking for a local artist(s) to construct or incorporate waste plastic into a work of art. At the moment there is half a skip of lots of drinks bottles, milk bottles, packaging and shopping bags to name a … Read moreExciting Opportunity for Local Artist(s)

“The not so Famous five” – an exhibition featuring three of our talented aAc members

An exhibition by five, sussex, women artists, all working in different media to express their reactions and emotional connections to the countryside and people with whom they live. Katherine Lawrie, Silver smith – I work mainly in Sterling Silver, Gold and Silver Gilt. I predominantly use textures and forms found in the natural surroundings of … Read more“The not so Famous five” – an exhibition featuring three of our talented aAc members

Martlets Snowdogs (?) Are Coming Back

Following the success of Snowdogs by the Sea, Martlets Hospice are pleased to announce they are doing another trail in 2018!! “We know Snowdogs captured the hearts and minds of the people in Brighton & Hove, they truly fell in love with each and every sculpture. Not only did the Snowdogs manage to raise a … Read moreMartlets Snowdogs (?) Are Coming Back

Calling all Wildlife Artists: Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers inspired by the Natural World

The Society of Wildlife Artists seeks submissions of works that depict wildlife subjects and evoke the spirit of the natural world. Deadline: Friday 21 July, 12 noon Submit online now There are many prizes and awards available to win, including: Birdwatch Artist of the Year Award (£1,000 plus Swarovski equipment) RSPB Award Dry Red Press … Read moreCalling all Wildlife Artists: Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers inspired by the Natural World

Art Trail for Homeless Project

Worthing Churches Homeless Projects are exhibiting at Colonnade House this year as part of the Worthing Artists Open Houses. This year our project centres on Safe Spaces!

‘Where is your safe space? Is it somewhere you physically go or can go? Is it somewhere you visit in your mind? Is your space safe depending on who you are with, what you are doing?
We are asking our people who have experienced homelessness and people who have never experienced homelessness to tell us what their ‘safe space’ is and we will give this description to a local artist. The artist can then create a visual representation!
We ask the artist to produce the artwork and donate it to the charity so that we may auction the portraits off to raise money from the event to support the invaluable work that WCHP do in our community. We rely heavily on the income raised from events like this so really appreciate your support creating pieces of art to help us raise funds and awareness.’

I was wondering if you would be able to share the information about our project with your art group in case any of your members (or you yourself!) would be interested in taking part. The deadline for artworks is middle to end of May.

Rachel Blair

People can sign up to the event by following this link : http://www.wchp.org.uk/event/worthing-art-trail-safe-spaces/