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View in the Garden of Acclimatisation, Teneriffe.

Marianne North’s botanical drawings on display at Horntye

An exhibition of botanical drawings by Marianne North, who travelled the world practising her skill, will be held at Horntye Park during this year’s international chess congress. Nick Terdre reports. All illustrations by kind permission of the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew.

Posted 18:43 Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 In: Visual Arts Tags: botanical drawings Hastings Local History Group Heather Grief Horntye Park Kew Gardens Marianne North Teri Sayers-Cooper
© Susan Taylor The Sun Sinking

Australian summer blows into St Leonards

On these rainy, grey days there is an exuberant exhibition in St Leonards that lights the day. Summer has blown into the Solaris Gallery:  Susan Taylor – Australian Summer.  HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was considerably cheered by the images that celebrate shapes, colour and nature with flowing complex shades and tones that lighten the dreariness of English winter.

Posted 11:14 Tuesday, Nov 26, 2019 In: Visual Arts Tags: Alex Drawbridge Lauris Morgan-Griffiths
Day of the Dead.

Nick Hill exhibition at Zoom’s Warrior Square station gallery

Local artist Nick Hill has an exhibition of paintings and other work opening in the Zoom Arts gallery at Warrior Square station on Saturday 23 November. Raising money for charity is close to his heart – having raised £500, he is now aiming to reach £1,000, as he explains.

Posted 18:58 Thursday, Nov 21, 2019 In: Visual Arts Tags: Mind Nick Hill Stables Zoom Arts
We, the People © Patrick Altes

Patrick Altes urges tolerance at Wave of Dreams gallery

A Wave of Dreams gallery is making its mark with its programming of innovative artists in St Leonards. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths was intrigued when she walked into its latest show, Tolerance by international artist Patrick Altes. The images are seemingly primitive, simple figures, but the work is complex as he digs deep into his personal history. 

Posted 11:46 Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019 In: Visual Arts Tags: A Wave of Dreams Arts Lab Lauris Morgan-Griffiths Parick Altes
Specimen Creatura: Katherine Reekie.

Reekie Collection on display

The Reekie Collection of paintings is back home in St Leonards after an 18-month tour. Part of Coastal Currents, it will be on display until early November. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 17:15 Friday, Sep 20, 2019 In: Visual Arts Tags: coastal currents Katherine Reekie Nick Terdre
Miss Haversham's Demise (mixed media).

Nick Hill’s solo show for charity as part of Coastal Currents

Zoom Arts member Nick Hill has a one-man show of paintings coming up as part of the Coastal Currents arts festival. Running from Wednesday 7 August to late September, the works will be on display at Oscar’s, the cafe on the Lower Promenade opposite Warrior Square Gardens. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 12:19 Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019 In: Visual Arts Tags: coastal currents Nick Hill Nick Terdre Oscar's Zoom Arts
Tricia Bowler.

Art show in Pett to raise funds for local lifeboat

A charity art show has been arranged for Sunday 18 August by TN35 Artists to raise funds for the Pett Level Independent Rescue Boat. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 12:09 In: Visual Arts Tags: Carol Ardley Pett Level TN35 Artists Tricia Bowler
The upstairs performance room, The House of Marcelle © Morokoth Fournier des Corats

Intimate theatre at its best, The House of Marcelle

The arts are littered with beautiful works based on lost love letters, A. Vasudevan writes. The House of Marcelle, Explore the Arch’s latest offering, joins them, drawing on the missives of Marcelle van Caillie and lover-later-husband Henry Sanford. A multi-sensory work, it brings the forgotten female artist vividly to life.

Posted 10:04 Monday, Aug 5, 2019 In: Performance,Visual Arts Tags: A Vasudevan Explore the Arch forgotten female artists Gail Borrow Henry Sanford intimate theatre migrant experience Season of Exquisite Moments Strindberg The House of Marcelle The House of Marcelle review The Literary Shed theatre reviews
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