David Bathurst, popular local author of several Sussex walking guides, will be signing copies of his latest book ‘The Great Walks of Sussex’ at Shoreham Art Gallery on 10th of November between 11am and 3pm. The book costs £15 and all profits will be donated to Friends of Sussex Hospices.
Successful Adur Art Trail 2018 Thank you to all the Artists who opened their homes and displayed a wide selection of wonderful work in 29 venues around Shoreham by sea for 2 weeks and 3 lively summer weekends. We were so lucky with the weather and the positive feedback from the thousands of visitors has been tremendous. We are pleased to announce that there will soon be an after Trail party and an...Read More
Karen Munck has been selected to exhibit her work Princess 1 in the prestigious RWS Contemporary Watercolour Competition 2018, at the Bankside Gallery, London in March. https://www.royalwatercoloursociety.co.uk/exhibitions/ This is an exhibition of successful entries to the Royal Watercolour Society’s annual competition. These works showcase new talent and innovative approaches to water‑based m...Read More
Katie Sollohub – Artist and Teacher Eternal Sunshine? – let’s hope for an Indian Summer at least…… Whilst I have indeed been basking in the eternal sunshine of Tuscany, working hard as artist in residence at Borgo Santo Pietro, I hear England has not! So, in the hope that we have a beautiful indian summer, I have two more short courses coming up in the wonderful Susse...Read More
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 fantastic £310,000 for Martlets to provide life changing hospice care they brought ...Read More
I have donated this painting ‘Heading Home II’ to the Sussex Friends of Refugees, a fantastic local charity. You can bid via the link below, all proceeds go straight to the charity which is supporting the Refugee Community Kitchen. RCK have provided over 570,000 meals, they cook more than a thousand meals a day. It is run solely by volunteers and are supported by crowd funders and vita...Read More
Are you an artist and you want the chance of creating a Hare sculpture? Being involved in this project means that if you are successful and are picked to complete a Hare, then you will be involved in probably the largest tourism destination event in 2018, giving you great exposure, as well as it being a very rewarding project knowing you are helping a charity make money for their funds. All the...Read More
Lorna Casey list of recommended upcoming exhibitions focusing on Women artists is available here. Many thanks to Lorna for her ‘Herstory of Art’ talk on 8th Feb . It was such a nourishing session: substantial, engaging and entertaining. There was lots to ponder, much to amuse. Header image Medallion, 1937 by Hannah Gluck Hannah Gluck, Fine Art Society, New Bond St, London – to 2...Read More
Check out the fabulously quirky Rendezvous café / gallery in Duke Street Brighton. adurArtcollective members are showing work in a Brighton & Hove Arts Council exhibition. I handed my pieces over to Shann on Monday. He said that he’d be hanging the new artworks this coming weekend. So get over there and see the NEW exhibition on for 3 months.
A second chance for all members to see the presentation of the fantastic features on the NEW adurArtcollective website and the opportunity for those that came to the soft launch to give feedback and ask specific questions to the website developer. We will be in Room 2 at the Shoreham Centre this time and the TV monitor screen should be clearer.
Katie Sollohub is a Sussex based artist who is interested in documenting and recording the places she lives and works in through drawings, paintings, performance, photography and poetry. In 2014 she was awarded a Arts Council England grant to fund her year long residence at JMW Turner’s House in Twickenham, which is soon to be restored and opened to the public in 2017. ‘Being a part of this histor...Read More