The new exhibition, curated by the Hailsham Artists Network, opens today Saturday 25th May and runs till the 29th June.
A short video to give a flavour of the exhibition which is showing till May 18th, so plenty of time to catch these interesting works by Una & Rick Curthoys.
Resident artists exhibit their work upstairs as usual.
On currently: a joint exhibition of mixed media artworks by Una and Rick Curthoys.
Una Curthoys works with mixed media, found objects, printmaking and collage. She studied Fine Art at Guildford College of Art, Hornsey College of Art and the University of East London.
Rick Curthoys works with pens, Sharpies, pencils and inks. He studied Technical Illustration at Hornsey College of Art (where he and Una met). He has worked in advertising and publishing, and has freelanced as a character artwork designer. Now retired he he has recently taken up the pens and pencils again.
Here is just a selection of work currently on show at the gallery:
Gallery North’s 2019 programme is about to get under way with this year’s WaterWeek exhibition.
The opening preview of the Waterweek 2019 Vital Water exhibition is on Sunday 3rd March. There will be a further event at the gallery with respect to the actual Waterweek on the evening of 22nd March.
Memories of eight care home residents are at the heart of the current wide-ranging and evocative exhibition.
A group of students interviewed the residents and then commissioned fifteen gallery artists to produce works inspired by the life stories that had been revealed to them.
The exhibition has been receiving interest and attention from local media.
The exhibition remains open till mid-December.
The upstairs rooms contain the usual assortment of work by resident artists. The main exhibition is downstairs – here are some of the works you will see…
Do visit the gallery and see the work for yourself. This is just a sampling of the show.
A unique inter-generational community project is coming to fruition next month with an exhibition of more than twenty works by fifteen artists based on the memories of a group of residents from Bowes House who were interviewed by four local students.