April arrives, the sun shines and everything looks good. Including our exhibitions;
Read on to find out about these and other news and opportunities.
29 March – 3 Apr 2022 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free, Open daily
Expect exuberance from Sue’s exhibition. A celebration of light and colour and life spills from her artwork and her style adapts to fit the subject. Whether a field carpeted with flowers, or the jazzy reflections of light on water Sue’s work will bring as much joy to your heart as it brings to hers. As well as her indoor exhibition at Colonnade House, her magical world of colour will be on show outdoors on Worthing seafront as we head into the summer.
5 – 10 April // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
Based on maps made by the Rivers Trust Mark documents the locations where sewage is being discharged in West Sussex to draw attention to this untold story. Mark is completing a Masters in Photography at Falmouth University and his project about the Teville stream was included in a recent temporary installation in central Worthing.
12 – 17 April // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free, Open daily
Fine art …with a punk heart. David Apps‘ haunting images sit in elaborate bejewelled frames full of hidden treasure and playful references. He collaborates here with Jared Mort who brings new life to the antiques he searches out from salvage sales with his eagle eye.
19 – 24 April 2022 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free, Open daily
If you’re looking for a bit of escapism, these three local artists want to carry you away to their favourite places. Take a trip to Venice or the Western Cape with Laurie Hearn, travel around Peru or Botswana with Pat Duff, or enjoy the local delights of East Preston with Vic Davis. And instead of holiday snaps, take home an original oil painting or watercolour that you can treasure for years.
26 April – 1 May 2022 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free, Open daily
Lovingly presented by his family this series is the last known work by local artist Richard Elphick. His explorations of spiritual and philosphical ideas were shown here previously as a series of triptychs in 2019.