Whilst the summer months are coming to a close, enjoy the last of the warmer days and explore our upcoming exhibitions this August.
01 – 12 August 2023 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
Meet the artists effected by Parkinson’s Disease as they show their creative brilliance. Aiming to promote the benefits of art, this exhibition aims to inspire creativity across the Parkinson’s community.
Show your support by coming along to help raise awareness as well as vital funds for Parkinson’s.
01 – 06 August 2023 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
Finding inspiration in the hills at Cissbury Ring, and the shores of Sussex and Cornwall, Michelle is excited to reveal the paintings she has been making in her new garden studio over the last year.
Michelle will in the gallery for the week where you can find her sketching and painting.
08 – 12 Aug 2023 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
In an era where self image has become an obsession for many, Mary Fivey has become intrigued as to how people want to portray themselves in the metaverse. The exhibition will feature quirky portrait paintings of friends, family and people who have posted selfies across social media.
Join Mary in the gallery and see if your selfie has been stolen.
15 – 20 August 2023 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
The Mothshell Ambit invites you to experience the sonorous work of four Sussex based artists; Joseph Dilnot, Daniella Norton, Jasper Thims and Jennifer Davis. In this group exhibition they will explore a realm that is distant, yet intrinsically informed by their world.
22 – 27 August 2023 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
Wild As You Like is an exhibition by wildlife photographer Chris Prince. Chris has travelled extensively and will be bringing his love for wildlife to the gallery this summer.
Chris keeps a keen eye on conservation and rewilding issues to help preserve and hopefully increase wild areas in this country and abroad.
29 August – 03 September 2023 // 10.00 – 17.00 // Free
‘To Save It, You Must See It’ is bringing attention to the beauty and life that lies in nature uncut, including verges and meadows and rewilded gardens in an urban environment, confronting the view that nature needs to be tidied up to be acceptable.
Contributions are invited from the public for the Nature Wall.’