Afternoon Tea and Guided Tours of Goodwood House are open most Sundays and Mondays, from 3rd March until 28th October 2019, between 1pm – 4. 30pm (last entry 4pm). – £25 per person. NEW for 2019, Goodwood House is open for Afternoon Tea between 11th -14th February and 17th –. . .
Reel Life in the Ancient World. This exciting exhibition revisits one of the most popular periods of history, Ancient Rome, for an entirely new take on one of the world’s great civilisations. The Roman era has inspired storytellers from William Shakespeare to Stanley Kubrick. This exhibition brings together an outstanding. . .
A significant display of the work of German-born artist Walter Nessler (1912 – 2001), who emigrated to Britain in the 1930s. Though not Jewish, he opposed fascist ideology and was denounced as ‘degenerate’ by the Nazi regime. This exhibition examines the breadth and versatility of Nessler’s artistic practice from his. . .
Grete Marks – also known as Margret Marks or Margarete Heymann – was one of the earliest female students of the Bauhaus School. This exhibition celebrates a lesser known aspect of the artist’s creative practice through a series of intimate portrait paintings and drawings from the 1920s and 1930s. Marks. . .
Looking at the far-reaching influence of one of the region’s most influential artists. Ivon Hitchens (1893-1979) moved to a woodland near Petworth in 1940, from where he painted for the next 40 years. His influence is still felt today. His work will be shown alongside other influential painters including Howard. . .
A fresh look at one of Britain’s most admired modern artists, whose paintings brought continental colour to the English landscape. Ivon Hitchens (1893 – 1979) is much-loved for his landscape paintings featuring swathes of bright colour, many painted in the open air surrounding his secluded Sussex home. Yet there is. . .
A photographic meditation on the hinterland of Sussex. How connected are we to our local landscapes? How can an essence of a place be captured?. A new series of photographic, video- and sound-based landscape studies by artist-photographer Simon Roberts explores these questions as he journeys on foot through the wild. . .
A chance to see a new series of watercolours by artist, Gordon Rushmer. In this travelling exhibition, Accents on the Landscape – Ancient Churches of West Sussex, there is a chance to enjoy the detailed work of this well-known artist, created for the Horsham Year of Culture. Short drop-in talks. . .
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER MAGGIE AND HELENA COCHRAN. Maggie and Helena will be exhibiting a series of work based on our wonderful coastline. Maggie likes to capture the moment in her paintings, the light and the feeling of being by the sea. Photographs by Helena will include aerial images viewing the. . .
A range of oil paintings, watercolours and etchings spanning Minne Fry’s impressive and varied career. Nature has always been and remains an important part of Minnie’s work and she is perhaps best known for her semi-abstract landscapes, which form emotional responses to elements of the natural world that resonate with. . .
The annual exhibition from the Society of Limners promoting and encouraging the painting of miniatures and calligraphy. This year the exhibition includes a retrospective display of the Society’s late president, Michael Pierce, work. For many years Michael had a studio in Chichester and he was extremely well known to many. . . .
Passionate watercolour artist and full time painter Barbara returns to the Lobby gallery this July with her collection of coastal inspired paintings. Barbara started painting 25 years ago when she was first introduced to watercolours at a local college. Her love of the coast is hugely inspirational and brings her. . .