The Little Art Gallery in West Wittering will this year bring together a mixed exhibition by three popular artists who have interpreted the subject “Inspired by Light” in their own special way. Their work should complement each other providing a variety of styles to suit most visitors. Maggie Cochrane, Frances. . .
Explore a poetical take on the response to the pandemic in the tradition of political commentary by Swift and Shelley as Barry Smith and multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Glasson look behind the masks that have come to be a commonplace fixture of these challenging times. Barry Smith is the director of the. . .
Printmaker and painter Jill Bray (b. 1936) has over the past four decades created an extensive and unique body of work, inspired by her abiding interest in the landscape. Bray studied art first at Bishop Otter College, Chichester and then at Southampton College of Art where she was influenced by. . .
The Society’s annual exhibition of original art offers a wonderful opportunity to acquire unique artwork at an affordable price. There will be a wide range of works including paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics. The Society was formed in 1939 and is at the heart of the art community in Chichester. . .
The place to discover all things Art Trail with a new gallery to show Trail artists’ work. . Collect your free Trail Guide, choose artists to visit and plan your route for the 2 Trail weekends in mid July. . . Free admission. The Art Trail Hub, Courtyard Studios, Chilgrove. . .
An exhibition of signed limited edition prints by International Caricaturist Bob Hoare. Bob’s caricatures have been featured in hundreds of newspapers and magazines all over the world on a regular basis for over 50 years. He is also well known as a technical illustrator, graphic designer, and book illustrator. Entry. . .
Darkness Into Light is an exhibition of multi-layered, textured artworks by Artist Michèle Griffiths. The collection explores the possibility of hope in dark times: the triumph of light over darkness. The pieces, which Griffiths calls “Wall Fragments”, are in plaster and are highly textured with marks scored into the surface. . .