Hello DoDoLand brings a world of colour and fun to the start of the summer holidays. If you’ve had a Ruff Day, don’t Get Lost, Take a Hike and come and explore further. It’s Dead Good and definitely a Worthing Thing.
Open until 12th August 10-5 (closed Mondays)
A Life in Bright Colours
Michele Morrod continues the theme with a collection of paintings and prints that vibrate with the hot colours of summer. Using contemporary and traditional tools, Michele moves between paint, print, photography and digital and will bring colour to your life too.
Open 31 July – 5 August 10am – 5pm
Nicky Bainbridge – Paintings
Alternatively, if you’re looking for something cool and relaxing amidst all the heat, head over to this exhibition inspired by the sea. Formerly a costume and prop-maker, Nicky is now developing her repertoire as a painter. You may have come across her work at Worthing’s Open Houses, here’s an opportunity to see more of her work here in a solo show.
Open 7-12 August 10am – 5pm
Sussex Sights – Len Brook
We are welcoming photographer Len Brook to Colonnade House for four weeks with his exhibition of much-loved Sussex sights. Some are familiar favourites and others are hidden secrets that he has hunted out and captured on camera using his local knowledge to find the best places and times of day. Take home a beautiful print of a landscape view to cheer you up when the summer sun finally disappears.
Open 14 August – 8 September Tues – Sat 10am – 5pm
Michelle returns with a new selection of her inky seaside drawings. Always experimenting and playing with new ideas, she will be in the gallery from 11am – 4pm each day of the exhibition working on a large ink drawing which you will be able to see develop during the week. You can also follow Michelle’s drawing adventures on Instagram as she prepares for her exhibition @mdawsonartist
Open 14-18 August 10am – 5pm
Amélie Collyer – Between Two Worlds
Many of us will be familiar with the way that professional and family life pulls you in two directions at once. Amélie explores this often difficult dynamic in the paintings produced for this show, giving herself – and us – a welcome space to reflect. Open 21 – 25 August 10am – 5pm