APRIL 17 – 29
PASTEL IMAGES FROM THE LAST 10 YEARS
This exhibition comprises of an eclectic assortment of works spanning the last 10 years using this remarkably versatile medium to create images encompassing many enthusiasms and obsessions, from sacred music to snooker, stormlight to still life, sea, land and dream scapes, elephants in rooms, stars in space, precise studies to wild abstractions and much besides.
MAY 1 – 27
WEAR & TEAR
ARTISTS OPEN HOUSES – BRIGHTON FESTIVAL
12 artists, using moving images, oil paint, watercolours, ceramic mosaics, indigo textiles and found objects interpret with imagination, memory, humour, curiosity and beauty their own responses to the words wear & tear. Rafaela Appleby, Ophelia Appleby, Julian Bond, Johnny Clash, Pauline Crook, Oriana Evans, Tim Gwyther, Elizabeth Lamont, Re-Threaded, Liza Mackintosh, Jan Mnich, Christine Lloyd Walker.
MAY 29 – JUNE 10
ROB UPWARD AND FRIENDS
Over the past ten years my work has moved from pure landscape subjects to figures in landscapes, and even, somewhat hesitantly, abstract images.
In this exhibition I show recent work, and introduce and celebrate the diverse work of three local artists, and friends of mine: Jim Pearson, Peter Ind, and Alan Rawlings, none of whom have exhibited at The Grange before. Indeed, Alan and Jim have never shown their work before outside friends and family. It gives me great pleasure to show my paintings alongside such talent.
JUNE 12 – 24
SECRETS & STORIES
Four artists come together with their art and stories.
NICKHOLA-SUSANNE LA BROOY – recycling artist, writer & storyteller.
SWAN BERLIN – connecting stories & secrets through art.
NICK WARWICK – scrutinising an endlessly fascinating world through photography.
JUNE 26 – AUGUST 19
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
CAROL LAWSON, CHRIS McEWAN,
A sense of mystery, of intrigue; atmospheric landscapes, hidden elements in apparently benign settings.
Plus the wild imaginings from Chris McEwan’s sketchbooks…..
JULY 24 – AUGUST 19
THE WIND SHAPES US
Exhibiting for many years, she is an artist whose heart and soul go into her thought provoking paintings. Sara’s colourful figures, energetic seascapes, abstracts and landscapes have no boundaries.